NYCHA seeks to ease rules barring people with criminal records from living in public housing

NYCHA seeks to ease rules barring people with criminal records from living in public housing

11 days ago|New York, NY, US

The proposed changes — including a comprehensive review committee that will assess potential tenants’ eligibility — were spelled out in a letter sent NYCHA residents Wednesday morning, marking the start of a 30-day public comment period durinh which tenants can weigh in on the plans, officials said.

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NYCHA seeks to ease rules barring people with criminal records from living in public housing

NYCHA seeks to ease rules barring people with criminal records from living in public housing

NYCHA seeks to ease rules barring people with criminal records from living in public housing

11 days ago|New York, United States

The proposed changes — including a comprehensive review committee that will assess potential tenants’ eligibility — were spelled out in a letter sent NYCHA residents Wednesday morning, marking the start of a 30-day public comment period durinh which tenants can weigh in on the plans, officials said.

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