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The New York City Council voted last year to expand the city’s housing voucher system for New Yorkers experiencing homeless. But advocates, landlords, and voucher recipients say bureaucratic mishaps in the program are keeping people stuck in shelters longer than necessary.
The projected is expected to include schools, housing units, office space, retail space and a cultural center.
A public meeting last night on a proposed development of a lot within the Broadway Triangle was shut down by protestors before it could even begin.
It targets a loophole that allows some forms of fracking to continue.
The proposals under consideration could take anywhere from 18 months to seven years, depending on how quick and painful the MTA decides to make this.
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