“We all have a responsibility to foster the next generation of female leaders, but women in particular need to empower our younger female peers by serving as mentors and role models. Young girls need to know we are there to support them.”
The contracts underlying the rezonings suggest that both the affordable housing nonprofits and Brooklyn Councilmember Crystal Hudson could have acted earlier to ensure that the key information came out.
“A detriment to building sufficient affordable housing is the long and laborious path projects must go through to reach completion.”
“We think we’ve identified over 1,500 421-a buildings that are out of compliance with the rent stabilization laws,” said Aaron Carr, executive director at watchdog group Housing Rights Initiative. “Whether you’re a tenant or a taxpayer you should be up in arms about this.”