‘Buildings cannot go up around NYCHA developments while residents see their futures go down,’ Adams said outside the Gowanus Houses Friday.
The decision was the first rate hike the state considered since passage of the Climate Leadership and Community Protection Act, setting a precedent for how New York might enforce the use of natural gas by corporations as it strives to reduce emissions.
Assembly Speaker Carl Heastie said the inquiry was no longer necessary since the governor plans to resign later this month, and also questioned whether lawmakers have the authority under state rules to impeach an official who no longer holds office.
Results of Recounted NYC Council Races to be Certified Tuesday, As Bill Perkins Concedes Defeat in Harlem
The outcomes of two competitive primary races that concluded with recounts are expected to be certified on Tuesday, the city Board of Elections said.
The country’s highest court struck down a key portion of the state’s eviction protections, which allowed tenants to fend off Housing Court proceedings by swearing they had experienced a COVID-related financial hardship.