Brooklyn Borough President Antonio Reynoso thinks a comprehensive plan for Brooklyn could help produce more apartments than the current contentious rezoning process. Nine months into his term as Brooklyn borough president, Antonio Reynoso is trying to figure out how to distinguish himself from his predecessor — who is now […] Click here to view original web page at

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  1. We need more affordable housing. And that doesn’t mean affordable by your income of 85000 per year. Nobody who makes that amount of money is considered affordable.

  2. He scored big in my book: any person who recognizes that the ULURP and CEQR processes are too onerous and unnecessarily long is sharp as a tack!

  3. The process to build new housing units is far too tedious and burdensome! We have to have a plan that allows for increased density and removing a lot of the archaic zoning regulations.

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