Residents of the city’s Public Housing Authority have long been forced to abide by a wide array of confusing rules and procedures about NYCHA policy that had never been made public. Those basic policies include how tenants’ rent is set, adding household members to their lease, and the types of violations that can lead to evictions.
For the first time, those policies were made publicly available last week, thanks to pressure applied by attorneys representing NYCHA tenants. Public housing tenants will have until October to weigh in on those rules.
Read the City Limits story about it here.