The state moratorium on evictions is not going anywhere soon with Governor Andrew Cuomo’s administration battening down the hatches ahead of winter where they expect to see a spike in COVID-19 infection.

On Monday, Cuomo announced that he would be re-upping on the executive order until January of 2021 to extend support for out of work New Yorkers who would otherwise have trouble keeping a roof over their head.

“I want people to have fundamental stability in their lives, nobody is going to be evicted,” Cuomo said.

Members of several organizations rallied to call on the state to stop evictions of tenants not paying rent in New York State. They held their rally at the Housing Court, then marched to a city marshalÕs office on Atlantic Avenue earlier this month. (Photo by Todd Maisel) Sign up […]


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