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$2 Billion for Modernizing and Preserving City's Public Housing
 
Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg, New York City Housing Authority (NYCHA) Chairman Tino Hernandez and New York City Housing Development Corporation (HDC) President Emily Youssouf announce the most comprehensive plan in the City’s history to modernize and preserve thousands of units of public housing.  The $2 billion program consists of $600 million from a bond issue and a capital allocation of approximately $1.4 billion that NYCHA expects to receive from HUD over the next four years.  The Mayor made the announcement at the Williamsburg Community Center.  

Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg, New York City Housing Authority (NYCHA) Chairman Tino Hernandez and New York City Housing Development Corporation (HDC) President Emily Youssouf announce the most comprehensive plan in the City’s history to modernize and preserve thousands of units of public housing.  The $2 billion program consists of $600 million from a bond issue and a capital allocation of approximately $1.4 billion that NYCHA expects to receive from HUD over the next four years.  The Mayor made the announcement at the Williamsburg Community Center.
Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg, New York City Housing Authority (NYCHA) Chairman Tino Hernandez and New York City Housing Development Corporation (HDC) President Emily Youssouf announce the most comprehensive plan in the City’s history to modernize and preserve thousands of units of public housing.  The $2 billion program consists of $600 million from a bond issue and a capital allocation of approximately $1.4 billion that NYCHA expects to receive from HUD over the next four years.  The Mayor made the announcement at the Williamsburg Community Center.
Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg, New York City Housing Authority (NYCHA) Chairman Tino Hernandez and New York City Housing Development Corporation (HDC) President Emily Youssouf announce the most comprehensive plan in the City’s history to modernize and preserve thousands of units of public housing.  The $2 billion program consists of $600 million from a bond issue and a capital allocation of approximately $1.4 billion that NYCHA expects to receive from HUD over the next four years.  The Mayor made the announcement at the Williamsburg Community Center.
 

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