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In An Open Letter Renee Collymore Urges Mayor Eric Adams to Address Migrant Crisis After Hundreds of Residents Attend Town Hall

Renee Collymore, the Democratic Liaison 57th AD (Clinton Hill), put together a Town Hall meeting for her district, which was attended by...

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Judge Keisha Alleyne: A Judicial Champion for Social Justice

In 2021, Brooklyn, New York, witnessed the election of a remarkable individual to the Civil Court bench. The Honorable Keisha Alleyne, a...

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Renee Collymore Calls for Emergency Clinton Hill Town Hall To Discuss Massive Migrant Shelters in the Neighborhood

Hon. Renee Collymore and Neighbors of Clinton Hill are hosting a Town Hall in Clinton Hill, Brooklyn to discuss the massive migrant...

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City Council Member Vickie Paladino Addresses Squatting Issues That Negatively Impact Homeowners Throughout NYC

Article Courtesy NYCNewswire.com Vickie Paladino, a councilwoman from Queens, has been vocal about her concerns regarding squatters’...

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New York City’s Congestion Pricing and Subway Crime: A Failing Combination from Day One

OpEd by Brian Nicholson – Former Transit Rider and Lifelong New Yorker New York City, once a bustling metropolis renowned for its...

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Mayor Adams Calls for Reform of Migrant Sanctuary Policies

By Asar John New York City Mayor Eric Adams said he wants to restore the city’s sanctuary policy to one that existed under former mayors...

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East New York Home Prices Soar, Averaging $590,000 and Topping At Over $1 Million

by Gerald Thomas for EastNewYork.com / Content distributed by NYCNewswire.com Home prices in East New York are increasing. The median house...

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Is the NYC Affordable Housing Program Truly Affordable With Income Requirements As High As $190,000 per Year?

Content distributed by NYCNewswire.com The New York City housing lottery, part of the city’s Affordable Housing initiative, is...

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53 New Apartments in East New York Open for Applications, Starting Rent at $617/Month

Content distributed by NYC Newswire Applications are now available for 53 brand new affordable apartments at the new Euclid Glenmore...

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14 Brand New Apartments Available in East Brooklyn

There are 14 brand new “affordable” apartments (8 one bedrooms and 6 two bedrooms) available at 80 Linden Blvd is situated in...

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