Manhattan U.S. Attorney Announces Settlement With NYCHA and NYC To Fundamentally Reform NYCHA Through the Appointment Of a Federal Monitor and the Payment By NYC Of $1.2 Billion Of Additional Capital Money Over the Next Five Years

Manhattan U.S. Attorney Announces Settlement With NYCHA and NYC To Fundamentally Reform NYCHA Through the Appointment Of a Federal Monitor and the Payment By NYC Of .2 Billion Of Additional Capital Money Over the Next Five Years

EPA
Mary Mears    
(212) 637-3660

U.S. ATTORNEY’S OFFICE
James Margolin, Dawn Dearden
Nicholas Biase
(212) 637-2600
Manhattan U.S. Attorney Announces Settlement With NYCHA and NYC To Fundamentally Reform NYCHA Through the Appointment Of a Federal Monitor and the Payment By NYC Of .2 Billion Of Additional Capital Money Over the Next Five Years
Source: EPA Water Science news

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