Lots of action this week: The East River Ferry service finally set sail, fifth graders become politicians for a day, U.S. Rep. Carolyn Maloney speaks at Whittaker Senior Center against changes to Medicare, and the Peter Suyvesant Little League organized games to raise money to find a cure for cancer. Phew! Find it all here and in the Town & Village newspaper!
With the expiration of New York State’s rent laws, Housing and Community Renewal Commissioner Darryl Towns assured New Yorkers that tenants in rent regulated housing will continue to be protected.
“While the rent laws have expired, negotiations in the state capitol are ongoing and are expected to be completed within the next few days,” said Commissioner Towns. “More than one million New Yorkers in rent-regulated housing are our highest priority. New York State Homes and Community Renewal will be working diligently to ensure that tenants remain protected in this period.”