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Esther Sanchez, Faith in New York leader, receives a hug from Mayor Bill de Blasio as she accepts her municipal ID card. She is the first New York City resident to receive a muni ID card.
April 19, 2016
For many advocates, the biggest disappointment is the lack of units for families making below 30 percent AMI, who make up approximately a third of the population of East New York or roughly 12,000 families.
March 17, 2016
At a meeting in Sept, DCP representatives seemed to outnumber residents. But as the rezoning comes closer to becoming a reality, the voice of one community group that is critical of the rezoning, the Flushing Rezoning Community Alliance has grown stronger
March 11, 2016
“Our local residents and elderly are being excluded from access to adequate and dignifying housing, and [an] out-of-control trend toward gentrification has to stop,” said Reverend Wilfredo Benitez of St. George’s Episcopal Church.
February 18, 2016
Politico New York
Mayor Bill de Blasio is untroubled by the fact that several members of his own hand-picked Clergy Advisory Council took part Thursday in a faith leaders’ protest against de Blasio’s affordable housing plan.
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