Housing Town Hall Meeting

You are invited to share stories and concerns directly as we work together to increase the availability of affordable housing in our communities. Commissioner Darryl Towns of the NYS Division of Homes and Community Renewal (DHCR) is coming to the District to talk about housing problems, the shortage of affordable housing, deregulation of formerly rent-stabilized apartments, and other housing-related issues in the community, as well as legislation introduced in Albany.

Assemblyman Farrell and I are happy to also have as our guests:

  • Assemblyman Keith Wright, who is Chairman of the Housing Committee
  • Deputy Commissioner Richard White, head of the DHCR Tenant Protection Unit
  • Legal Aid Society attorneys Ellen Davidson and Adriene Holder
WHEN
July 26, 2014 at 10am - 1pm
WHERE
Church of the Intercession
550 W 155th St
between Broadway and Amsterdam
New York, NY
United States
Google map and directions
CONTACT
Fidel Malena · · 212-928-6814
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