Council also votes on legislation to advance substance use recovery programs, mental health services, and regulation of catalytic converter sales to prevent auto theft

City Hall, NY – Today, the Council approved two land use applications in Brooklyn and Queens that will collectively produce over 5,000 new units […] Click here to view original web page at

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  1. ok thats great for those neighborhoods, now how about 63% truly affordable housing in parkslope on 4th ave many green boards up around development sites over there, or are these areas preserved for only high income earners?

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