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CAAAV Statement on Proposed Federal and Local Housing Cuts

CAAAV Statement on Proposed Federal and Local Housing Cuts

New York City depends on the tenants/working people of NYCHA and low-income housing to maintain and run this City as its blue-collar workforce – City and State workers, maintenance, construction workers, domestic workers, retail workers, restaurant workers, sanitation and the list goes on. The announced proposed cutting of $6 billion to HUD and $150 million funding for NYCHA and Section 8 vouchers is cutting the the vein that keeps working-people from being able to keep this City running. While this economy takes advantage of the working-class with low-wages who are tenants of NYCHA... read more