A Manhattan judge has slapped down a request by New York City’s public-housing residents to help dictate the terms of the feds’ $2 billion-plus deal to improve their decrepit and often dangerous living conditions. Federal Judge William Pauley said the tenants’ groups, including the City-Wide Council of Presidents, can oppose the deal to force NYCHA...
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Judge rejects NYCHA tenants’ bid to have say in improvement plans
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