The 40 or so families living at the Hotel Ellington in Manhattan, where the city has been paying for rooms to house homeless New Yorkers for nearly two decades, were told late last month they would have to move. “I’m tired of moving,” one tenant said.
El proyecto de ley que puede expandir el electorado en las votaciones municipales, otorgándole el derecho al voto a residentes permanentes o quienes tienen una “Green Card” no se ha resuelto en más de un año.
‘Ensuring every New York City neighborhood has the same access and quality of life—whether you’re in Brownsville or the Upper West Side—will require a fair and comprehensive planning process.’
Francisco Moya’s most prominent primary challenger, mutual aid activist and social worker Ingrid Gómez, argues that much of the area’s suffering during the pandemic could have been prevented with different leadership.