City Comptroller finds New York City Housing Authority is sitting on more than 2,000 vacant apartments.

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City Comptroller Scott Stringer released an audit of the New York City Housing Authority at a news conference at the Raymond V. Ingersoll Houses in Brooklyn stating that the Housing Authority is sitting on more than 2,000 vacant apartments while 270,000 New Yorkers are on a waiting . . . → Read More: City Comptroller finds New York City Housing Authority is sitting on more than 2,000 vacant apartments.

Housing Lost Because of Housing Errors In NYC

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It is beginning reported by Legal Aid that New York City’s Housing Authority wrongfully terminated thousands of low-income residents from federally funded Section 8 housing over a two-year period.

In 2008, the NYCHA replaced housing counselors with a centralized calling center . . . → Read More: Housing Lost Because of Housing Errors In NYC