How can public housing reach fiscal stability despite resident skepticism to its development plans? One housing expert says the key is to transform the whole system and the process that charts its future.
That plan for Flushing mapped out by a business group later accused of unethical activity—did that merely set the stage or does it call the tune for the pending city proposal?
A federal court is considering whether federal law prohibits the city's policy of setting aside 50 percent of apartments in new, subsidized buildings for local residents.
Thanks to a federal policy, the city's bookkeeping errors can put families needing help in an even bigger hole.