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May 2007 NYCHA News Archives

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NYCHA Improves Service and Saves
Money with New Hot Water Heaters
May 23, 2007
The New York City Housing Authority (NYCHA) is implementing a $64 million Hot Water Storage Tank Replacement Program that will save millions of dollars and reduce the amount of hot water service interruptions experienced by residents.

Is NYCHA Going Green?

Residents Rally in Washington to Support Public Housing
May 23, 2007
Nearly 2,000 NYCHA residents traveled to Washington, D.C. in May to express their concerns about a lack of funding for public housing and how it impacts the families that live in NYCHA developments.

Uncover what united the residents at the rally

NYCHA Youth Showcase Skills
in 2nd Annual Citywide Spelling Bee
May 16, 2007
How do you spell V-I-C-T-O-R-Y? Just ask any one of the proud first and second place winners of the New York City Housing Authority's 2nd Annual Citywide Spelling Bee.

Find out which borough took home the most prizes
Find a Community Center near you

NYCHA Youth Chorus Premieres at Tribeca Festival
May 9, 2007
The NYCHA Youth Chorus, which has performed at various venues throughout the city, including Mayor Bloomberg's 2001 inauguration, can now proudly include the world renowned Tribeca Film Festival among the list.

Get the inside scoop on the performance
Meet Youth Chorus Director, Larry Matthew
Discover NYCHA's Music Programs

New Funding for NYCHA Senior Programs
May 1, 2007
Senior residents at New York City Housing Authority (NYCHA) developments are celebrating two new sources of funding that will sustain supportive services for older adults and provide for a new media center and free technology courses.

Learn how seniors are getting connected
Find senior programs and services