Coalition for Community Advancement: Progress for East New York/Cypress Hills
An image in a slideshow assembled by the Coalition for Community Advancement: Progress for Cypress Hills and East New York. According to The Coalition, the city is contemplating uses like a 4-year-college, large-scale retail, an entertainment complex and government office space.
Stanley Fritz, who leads New York City campaigns for Citizen Action, says the Cynthia Nixon race is critical for the Working Families Party and the future of issues like bail reform, reducing wage inequality and strengthening unions.
‘We are demanding fair wages, benefits, and working conditions from those who develop the luxury apartments where we could never afford to live—and the high-end commercial space where we will never occupy a window office.’
The races for three Assembly seats and one Senate district drew between 2 percent and 6 percent of active registered voters.
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