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Monday, June 8, 2015

Rent Soars in NYC - Affordable Housing Drastically Dwindles

Something we know too well:


Anonymous said...

NYU perspective per NYU Local

quick explanation on policies bad for the country, nyc, and really directly bad for pcv st community

Anonymous said...

Governor Glenwood...oops I meant Cuomo, could make vacancy decontrol, permanent MCIs and Individual apartment Improvements (IAIs), and the 20% vacancy bonus (that incentivizes apt churning) go away if he wanted too. That would go a long way towards preserving whatever affordable rent stabilized housing stock is left.

Call Cuomo. Email Cuomo. Write Cuomo. Tell him.


Andrew M. Cuomo
Governor of New York State
NYS State Capitol Building
Albany, NY 12224

Anonymous said...

4:42 PM: He'd better hurry up if he is going to do those things because Preet is getting the handcuffs ready.

Anonymous said...

Bears putting under Cuomo's post

Anonymous said...

From Zephyr Teachout Twitter

Zephyr Teachout ‏@ZephyrTeachout 5h5 hours ago

Cuomo's rent op-ed from last week now looks so dishonest. If he actually cared about rent, he wouldn't tie it to to a terrible tax giveaway.

June 9, 2015 at 6:39 PM

Anonymous said...

3 years we are waiting now for the 'overcharges' to be investigated on our apartment. It's still pending.. omh, you must LOL as they are so clearly playing us. Waiting for us to move and drop the file.

Anonymous said...