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Op-Ed: The Next Mayor Owns NYCHA

Oct 15, 2013

The New York City Housing Authority got more than just a new board of directors last month. The agency got a whole new management structure. Not that the new board will

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Commentary: Council Candidates On The Upper East Side Marine Transfer Station

Oct 03, 2013

Each year, New York City produces approximately 14 million tons of waste, almost all of which ends up in out-of-state landfills. Before the waste can be exported, however, it has

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Last Updated (Thursday, October 03, 2013 11:49 AM)

Op-Ed: Rikers Island Prices

Sep 26, 2013

You’ll be surprised about one of the most expensive residential neighborhoods in New York. The average Manhattan studio apartment rents for about $1,953 a month according to a recent survey,

Last Updated (Thursday, September 26, 2013 11:56 AM)

Op-Ed: Domestic Violence, Homelessness And The Next Mayor

Sep 10, 2013

Domestic violence is an issue that deserves the attention of New York City's mayoral candidates. It impacts every neighborhood in all five boroughs and is a leading cause of homelessness

Last Updated (Tuesday, September 10, 2013 03:59 PM)

Op-Ed: Preservation Can Contribute To Affordability

Aug 06, 2013

In July, the Real Estate Board of New York went on a media blitz, touting their latest report blasting landmark preservation in New York City. This is part of REBNY’s

Last Updated (Tuesday, August 06, 2013 03:14 PM)

A Public Policy to Put Homeless Kids on the Streets

Jul 17, 2013

Suppose there were 3,800 children living on their own or without homes in New York City, but only 250 shelter beds for them. According to the nonprofit providers of the

Last Updated (Wednesday, July 17, 2013 11:40 PM)