A broad array of organizations and community groups launched the NYC Homeowners Coalition, which will focus on New York City’s future, the strength of our local economy, and the preservation Continue Reading →
It’s important that health agencies like the CDC are taking emergency action to protect tenants and the public health, when our state politicians have not.
The Senate Majority today announced that the Senate Standing Committee on Higher Education will hold a series of public hearings across the state to discuss the cost of public higher Continue Reading →
Today Mayor Bill de Blasio announced: “Tenants have pounded on Albany’s door for decades for the protections they deserve. We’ve stood with them, fought for them tooth-and-nail, and now the Continue Reading →
About 45 AARP members from Harlem will board a bus on June 4th, 6:00-6:30 a.m, 2019, at 2225 Adam Clayton Boulevard (at 132nd Street; Williams Institute) to Albany and urge Continue Reading →
The Senate Democratic Majority today will pass legislation that will help protect New Yorkers with disabilities from Harlem to the Hudson.
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