May 18, 2019 – Politicians left no doubt that the balance of power in Albany has unquestionably shifted during a hearing of the New York State Assembly last week. At the heart of the debate was the understanding that a package of tenant-friendly legislation stands a good chance of being
Two Grand St. stops on the M14A bus route will be restored, according to the city’s Department of Transportation. “We rallied, petitioned and organized and we won!” tweeted Councilmember Margaret Chin. “The M14 Grand Street stops were restored. I want to thank everyone —especially the seniors
This is shaping up to be the Year of the Tenant. The year the pendulum swings back in a big way in favor of renters versus landlords. The year when rent regulation could make truly historic gains, not just in New York City — but statewide. So says Michael McKee, the treasurer of TenantsPAC.