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May 19, 2015
"We are talking about apartments that are the opportunity for people to move from the Bronx, from Queens, to Long Island, to Yonkers, this is the chance to get an apartment and in fact if we don't keep these rents affordable we will not be able to continue to have people who are working at minimum wage and basic wages live in our community," said Assemblywoman Mayer who is pleased to maintain affordable housing in New York City. A7526