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Proposal for $130 Million Housing Trust Fund
 
Mayor Bloomberg greets affordable housing advocates rallying at City Hall.  Earlier, the Mayor and City Comptroller William C. Thompson, Jr. proposed the creation of the New York City Housing Trust Fund, which would be funded by $130 million in Battery Park City Authority revenues. This Fund would be used to create or preserve 4,500 affordable housing units for more than 11,000 New Yorkers over the next four years. The Trust Fund would contribute an additional 3,000 units to the New Housing Marketplace commitment, raising the overall goal of the Plan to 68,000 affordable units by 2008.  

Mayor Bloomberg greets affordable housing advocates rallying at City Hall.  Earlier, the Mayor and City Comptroller William C. Thompson, Jr. proposed the creation of the New York City Housing Trust Fund, which would be funded by $130 million in Battery Park City Authority revenues. This Fund would be used to create or preserve 4,500 affordable housing units for more than 11,000 New Yorkers over the next four years. The Trust Fund would contribute an additional 3,000 units to the New Housing Marketplace commitment, raising the overall goal of the Plan to 68,000 affordable units by 2008.
Mayor Bloomberg greets affordable housing advocates rallying at City Hall.  Earlier, the Mayor and City Comptroller William C. Thompson, Jr. proposed the creation of the New York City Housing Trust Fund, which would be funded by $130 million in Battery Park City Authority revenues. This Fund would be used to create or preserve 4,500 affordable housing units for more than 11,000 New Yorkers over the next four years. The Trust Fund would contribute an additional 3,000 units to the New Housing Marketplace commitment, raising the overall goal of the Plan to 68,000 affordable units by 2008.
Mayor Bloomberg greets affordable housing advocates rallying at City Hall.  Earlier, the Mayor and City Comptroller William C. Thompson, Jr. proposed the creation of the New York City Housing Trust Fund, which would be funded by $130 million in Battery Park City Authority revenues. This Fund would be used to create or preserve 4,500 affordable housing units for more than 11,000 New Yorkers over the next four years. The Trust Fund would contribute an additional 3,000 units to the New Housing Marketplace commitment, raising the overall goal of the Plan to 68,000 affordable units by 2008.
Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg and New York City Comptroller William C. Thompson, Jr. propose the creation of the New York City Housing Trust Fund, which would be funded by $130 million in Battery Park City Authority revenues. This Fund would be used to create or preserve 4,500 affordable housing units for more than 11,000 New Yorkers over the next four years. The Trust Fund would contribute an additional 3,000 units to the New Housing Marketplace commitment, raising the overall goal of the Plan to 68,000 affordable units by 2008.
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