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  • 64ab2da89f27a9237d2a41db6f014a18_lr Housing advocates have… crafted a plan for how the state should spend $1.9 billion on affordable and supportive housing over the next five years. “We hope this will kickstart negotiations,” said Rachel Fee, executive director of The New York Housing Conference, a group involved in putting forward the suggested MOU. Read More
  • nyhc-newsroom Each week, Ben Max of Gotham Gazette and Jarrett Murphy of City Limits discuss the latest on housing policy and politics in New York. With the presidential campaign in full swing and the national party platforms adopted, Max & Murphy are joined by Rachel Fee, Executive Director of the New York Housing Conference, to discuss […] Read More
  • Pic-2-NG-R1-Facade_lr The New York Housing Conference has joined a coalition of affordable housing advocates to issue renewed demands for an MOU that would release $2 billion in already-approved affordable housing funding. A proposed agreement was announced that would allow housing projects to move forward. The proposal balances investments in senior housing, supportive units, homeownership programs and other […] Read More

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