Seven years after leaving the City Council after three terms, Jim Gennaro appears to be headed back to City Hall representing the 24th district after besting a field that featured fresh faces, Asian voices and more progressive views.
A coalition of housing and homeless advocates, along with the city’s top real estate group, are calling for the city and state to expand and improve three key rental assistance programs to aid struggling households at risk for eviction — especially before the state’s eviction moratorium expires in May.
‘Major cities all throughout the world have a modernized and efficient approach to trash collection, and New York City is still lagging. We should make the most out of our public spaces and prioritize public health.’
Undoubtedly, the industry is one of the sectors hit hardest by the pandemic.
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