Residents of developments in Brooklyn and Manhattan say leaks, mildew and other problems are the daily concern of their neighbors in the beleaguered public-housing authority.
Cutting off subway service during the hours when there are few riders—and when lots of repair work could be done—is one of the smaller ideas in the Regional Plan Association’s sweeping fourth regional plan.
Housing advocates are pressing Gov. Cuomo to intervene in this year’s process and freeze rents.
The administration has taken a crucial leap toward a more effective human capital development system. But for it to realize its full potential—fulfilling the promise of opportunity for many thousands of New Yorkers—it needs to be fully funded and better focused.
The City Planning Commission listened to passionate testimony regarding the proposed Jerome Avenue rezoning.