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Moving NYCHA Forward

Dear Residents,

On January 31, Mayor Bill de Blasio, HUD Secretary Ben Carson, and the Southern District of New York (SDNY) announced a settlement to improve the lives of the 400,000 New Yorkers who call NYCHA home.

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City Hall in Your Borough: the Bronx

As part of “City Hall in Your Borough: The Bronx,” representatives from a range of City agencies, including NYCHA, provided information and answered questions for Bronx residents at a January 29 Resource Fair at the Latino Pastoral Action Center.

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SNAP Recipients: Feb. Benefits

A message from the NYC Department of Social Services

Because of the federal government shutdown, most SNAP recipients will receive their February Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) benefits early.

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Interim Recertifications are Now on the Self-Service Portal

Residents: Did you know that you can make Interim Recertification requests at any time during the year? If there’s a change in your household composition, income, assets,
or expenses, you need to fill out an Interim Recertification.

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Public Hearing, Feb. 13 at BMCC

Join the conversation and get informed on issues impacting your home and community. Can’t attend the February 13 meeting at Borough of Manhattan Community College in person?

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HUD Rules on Over-income Households

Statement for Significant Amendment Regarding Over-income NYCHA Households

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November 6 is Election Day

Tuesday, November 6 is Election Day. It’s an opportunity for New Yorkers to voice their opinions on important issues, including campaign finance, civic engagement, and community boards. 

Here are some important things to know:

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Heating Improvements for NYCHA Residents in Advance of Winter

On October 18, Mayor Bill de Blasio, NYCHA Interim Chair Stanley Brezenoff, and General Manager Vito Mustaciuolo announced heating improvements made this summer and fall across NYCHA to prepare for cold weather. 

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Heating Season is Here

Guidelines for NYC Building Owners

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2017 Annual Water Supply and Quality Report
2017 Annual Water Supply & Quality Report

The 2017 Annual Water Supply and Quality Report is now available for viewing at:

www.nyc.gov/dep/2017waterquality

This report contains important information about your drinking water.

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