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NYCHA (The Projects) to Spend $88 Million to Inspect 135,000 Apartments for Lead Paint

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The New York City Housing Authority will spend $88 million to inspect about 135,000 apartments for lead paint over a year and a half. According to a report on Patch.com, NYCHA says it has awarded a contract worth $88 million to seven companies that will begin to inspect the units in April as part of […]

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NYCHA (The Projects) Elevator Strands HUD Official

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An elevator at the Frederick Douglass Houses owned by the New York City Housing Authority (NYCHA) (Projects) briefly trapped a senior administrator with the Housing and Urban Development (HUD). A recent news report in TheRealDeal.com describes the incident at the Manhattan building as the result of the emergency stop button in the elevator being accidentally […]

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Elevator Accidents and Injuries in the Projects Outpace Other City Buildings

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Malfunctioning and poorly maintained elevators in New York City Housing Authority (NYCHA) buildings, also known as the Projects, are increasingly contributing to accidents that result in injuries and fatalities to its residents and visitors. A news article in TheRealDeal.com states that the elevators in NYCHA buildings that are being inspected, tested and maintained by the […]

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Mayor Bill de Blasio Unveils Plan to Curb Child Lead Poisoning in New York City

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The city has recently introduced a plan to ensure that private landlords do not expose children to lead poisoning. According to a report in the New York Daily News, Mayor Bill de Blasio’s proposal to eradicate lead exposure in New York focuses primarily on private landlords as 97 percent of children exposed to lead paint […]

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