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NYC Comptroller: Staffing shortage led to fewer affordable homes, longer delays



Downtown Manhattan is seen in the distance from over Bushwick, Brooklyn

Downtown Manhattan is seen in the distance from over Bushwick, Brooklyn

A report from city Comptroller Brad Lander found new income-restricted housing projects took months longer to build as the city’s housing department lost staff. [ more › ]



Charles Lane , 2024-02-08 11:41:07

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