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December 2006
Markham Gardens Redevelopment Plans Move Ahead (in PDF)
Request for Proposals for Development of New Affordable Housing (in PDF)

November 2006
RENEWING DREAMS AT RAVENSWOOD - 50 Youth From Queens Public Housing Development Receive $2 Million College Education Promise (in PDF)

October 2006
Public housing leaders and elected officials discuss impact of massive federal funding cuts on public housing. (in PDF)

September 2006
First affordable housing development completed under collaboration between City agencies provides over 200 affordable units in the Bronx. (in PDF)
Mayor Bloomberg and Council Member Yassky announce $600,000 allocation for installation of closed circuit TV systems at Wyckoff Gardens and Gowanus Houses. (in PDF)

June 2006
City Selects Team to Redevelop Markham Gardens and Build Nearly 300 Units of Affordable Housing (in PDF)
NYCHA News: Mayor Bloomberg and Greenmarket announce opening of Farmer's Market at New York City Housing Authority John Haynes Holmes Towers (in PDF)

May 2006
NYCHA News: NYCHA Eases Documentation Requirements for Emergency Transfers for Victims of Domestic Violence

April 2006
Chairman Tino Hernandez Announces Appointment of Margarita Lopez to NYCHA Board
NYCHA Unveils Aggressive Seven-Point Plan to Preserve Public Housing (Download the Press Kit)
NYCHA Finalizes Fees and Charges Following Review of Comments

March 2006
NYCHA News: Centralized Call Center Expands to Manhattan
NYCHA News: Mayor Bloomberg Announces Expanded Affordable Housing Plans

February 2006
NYCHA News: HUD Assistant Secretary Cabrera Visits NYCHA

January 2006
NYCHA News: NYCHA Bronx Departments Relocate
NYCHA News: Expanded Throggs Neck Community Center Opens
NYCHA News: NYCHA's Future Chess Masters