Policy Updates

  • Cuomo budget.8272f631 “Last month, $2 billion in new capital for a 100,000-unit statewide affordable housing plan was included in the New York state budget,” writes NYHC Executive Director Rachel Fee, “… [but the] money for this program cannot be spent and a housing plan cannot be implemented until a memorandum of understanding is signed by the governor […] Read More
  • Pic2-Rachel-speaking-e1461357368261 “As a statewide affordable housing policy and advocacy organization, the New York Housing Conference recognizes the desperate need for additional federal resources to combat our State’s affordable housing crisis,” said Rachel Fee, Executive Director of the New York Housing Conference. “We thank Senators Schumer and Cantwell for supporting the low-income housing tax credit… as this […] Read More
  • rsz_nycdistr With a lawsuit challenging community preference which gives community members an inside-track on affordable housing built in their neighborhood, “will de Blasio be able to get the local support he needs to redraw the city’s housing map? ‘There’s a lot of real anxiety about it,’ says Rachel Fee, executive director of the New York State […] Read More

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