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  1. Language in Rushed Rent Regulations May Hold Tenant-Friendly Surprise

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    August 5, 2015 by westsideneighborhoodalliance

    Tenant advocates disappointed by the rent laws deal reached by Gov. Andrew Cuomo and the Legislature at the end of …
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  2. De Blasio administration shifts stance on housing subsidies The mayor’s office will allow double-dipping in an effort to achieve deeper affordability.

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    August 5, 2015 by westsideneighborhoodalliance

    In a change from last year, the de Blasio administration will let some residential developers double or even triple-dip into …
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  3. New York City Public Housing Has Pileup of Repairs, Comptroller’s Audit Finds

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    July 15, 2015 by westsideneighborhoodalliance

    Comptroller Scott M. Stringer is recommending investing in technology to track repairs in New York City’s public housing similar to …
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  4. Language in Rushed Rent Regulations May Hold Tenant-Friendly Surprise

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    July 15, 2015 by westsideneighborhoodalliance

    DAVID HOWARD KING – Tenant advocates disappointed by the rent laws deal reached by Gov. Andrew Cuomo and the Legislature at the …
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  5. New York City Board Votes to Freeze Regulated Rents on One-Year Leases

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    June 30, 2015 by westsideneighborhoodalliance

    The board that regulates rents for more than one million rent-stabilized apartments in New York City voted on Monday night …
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  6. Assembly Democrats seeking more from ‘framework’ deal

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    June 24, 2015 by westsideneighborhoodalliance

    By: Laura Nahmias ALBANY—One day after Governor Andrew Cuomo and legislative leaders announced a “framework” deal on rent regulations, 421-a …
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  7. New York City Rent Board, Waiting on Albany, Postpones Vote on Increases

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    June 23, 2015 by westsideneighborhoodalliance

    By: Mireya Navarro With state legislators still divided over changes to the law that governs rent-stabilized apartments, New York City’s …
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