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Can Private Advice Save A Threatened Public Realm?
Foreclosure Crisis Fades to Black and Brown
Obama Anti-Poverty Programs Begin to Take Shape
City Housing Commissioner To Depart
For Transgender Homeless, Choice Of Shelter Can Prevent Violence
HUD Listens To Housing Activists' PETRA Worries
HUD Proposes Landmark Changes to Public Housing
Making Public Housing Public
Behind A Stolid Facade,
The Whole Nation's Crisis
Amid Housing Complaints,
Is The Forecast Improving?
The City's Latest
Hirings and Retirings
And The '$1 Billion Promise'
CITY LIMITS INVESTIGATES:
PUBLIC HOUSING'S STRUGGLE
Chapter 4: High Hopes, Steep Challenges for NYCHA
HPD Boss Leaves; City
Policy At Crossroads
How to Say 'HPD'
In Yiddish or Yoruba
Housing Activists Mourn
Passing of Louise Sanchez
Easier on the Wallet
-- And the Environment
Chapter 3: Anatomy of The Bail Decision
Chapter 6: Bail, Truth and Consequences
Shaun Donovan is New York City's former head of the Department of Housing Preservation and Development and is currently the Secretary of Housing and Urban Development in President Barack Obama's cabinet.
Wednesday, December 11, 2013
:p - 1:00p
Friday, December 13, 2013
9:00a - 5:00p
Saturday, December 14, 2013
"Half of New York's adult immigrant residents can't pull the lever, but they're influencing politics anyway."
"Two years after a judge demanded a plan to ease the mentally ill out of jail, why is Rikers still the biggest psychiatric center in the city?"