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The New York State Tenants & Neighbors Coalition Records

1970-2002

This project was made possible by a grant from the Documentary Heritage Program (DHP) of the New York State Archives, a program of the State Education Department.

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Abstract

Tenants and Neighbors is a statewide coalition of New York's tenants and tenant associations that fight for tenants' rights and affordable housing for all people. The origins of Tenants and Neighbors dates to a meeting of tenant and housing activists from across the state in August 1972 at St. Rose College in Albany, N.Y. By December 1974, a formal organization was developed by housing and tenant activists across the state that drew up by-laws and created the original name as the New York Tenants Coalition. The first statewide membership meeting was held in February 1975. In 1995, the organization changed its name to New York State Tenants and Neighbors. T he collection includes: minutes, annual reports, newsletter and other publications, legislative and organizational memoranda, press releases, clippings, video and press coverage.

Summary

Creator:
The New York State Tenants & Neighbors Coalition
Date Coverage:
1970-2002
Bulk Date Coverage:
1970-2002
Quantity:
29.9 cubic ft. (about 29.9 boxes)

The New York State Tenants and Neighbors Coalition traces its beginnings back to a weekend meeting in August 1972 at the College of Saint Rose in Albany, NY. Individuals from Buffalo, Albany, New York City, and places in between came to discuss a statewide tenant organization. This summer meeting came in the wake of two major setbacks: the state government approval of vacancy decontrol and, a botched attempt to create a statewide tenants organization. Governor Nelson A. Rockefeller unleashed a relentless onslaught to achieve rent decontrol and in May 1971 his persistence paid off when the exhausted State Senate acquiesced and passed the measure by a one vote margin. The State Tenants Organization quickly mobilized but a January 1972 meeting dissolved into factional bickering.

January 1973 marked the beginning of weekly visits to Albany to lobby both houses of the Legislature and the Governor's office, all of which were Republican-controlled. The lobbyists navigated through a maze of construction equipment scattered around the developing Empire State Plaza and the freshly minted Legislative Office Building and marched into legislators' offices driven to help repeal vacancy decontrol. Their commitment and recalcitrance in the face of equally obstinate legislatures hastened the passage of a bill that allowed public housing tenants to elect representatives to local housing authority boards. The lobbyists' fervor helped them develop the Warranty of Habitability. The crux of this concept is that rent is conditional on the landlord's obligation to maintain their rent units at a habitable standard. Tenants and Senator Douglas Barclay, Republican of Syracuse, rejected an adulterated version of the Warranty Bill in late 1974. But by 1975 the Democrats controlled the Assembly and member Frank Barbaro, Democrat of Brooklyn, sponsored the bill. The Coalition reached out to a vast network of civic organizations and tenant associations for support in lobbying for the Barclay-Barbaro bill and it Governor Carey eventually signed the Warranty of Habitability into law.

In 1973 the group developed an identity and called themselves the New York State Tenants Legislative Coalition. The first year's budget was a modest $3,000 generated from local organizations, but it allowed for the development of letterhead and a growing mailing list.

Members solidified their organization in December of 1974 when forty delegates from tenant and community organizations from Albany, Schenectady, Utica, Syracuse, Westchester County, Nassau County, and New York City convened in Manhattan and adopted by-laws. They changed their name to the New York State Tenants Coalition and the first statewide meeting occurred in February 1975 less than five miles north of Albany in Glenmont, NY. At this inaugural membership meeting, Michael McKee was elected chairperson and Barbara Chocky of the Lenox Hill Neighborhood Association and Maria Markovics were elected downstate and upstate vice chairpersons. Five statewide membership meetings in 1975 and 1976 followed the inaugural meeting. The December 1976 meeting saw members vote to change the organization's name to the New York State Tenant and Neighborhood Coalition.

The Coalition's lobbying efforts paid great dividends in 1974 when four pro-tenant bills became law. Written by Don Wardle and sponsored by the late Senator Walter Langley, Republican of Albany, the Langley Law requires election of two tenants to the board of each local Housing Authority outside New York City. Another victory involved the Preservation of Sound Housing Act, which created obstacles for developers interested in razing rent controlled apartments to build luxury housing.

A Cooperative/Condominium Fair Practices Act suppressed co-op and condo conversions by mandating that 35 percent of tenants purchase before non-purchasing tenants could be evicted. Also passed in 1974, the Senior Citizen Rent Increase Exemption (SCRIE) aided low-income elderly tenants by restricting the percentage of their income going to rents or real property taxes.

These new bills symbolized great measures of progress for tenant rights, but it was the Emergency Tenant Protection Act (ETPA) that highlighted 1974 as a banner year for tenants and created an indelible impact on the landlord/tenant landscape for years to come. ETPA repealed vacancy decontrol for rent stabilized apartments and extended rent stabilization to Nassau, Westchester, and Rockland Counties. While Coalition members welcomed these parts of ETPA, they were disappointed with its other aspects that allowed landlords to seek market price for vacated rent controlled units before stabilizing the rent again.

The Coalition is the nation's oldest statewide housing organization and annual retreats have allowed people from different parts of the state to meet together. Also paramount to the Coalition's longevity has been the Tenants & Neighbors newsletter, which was first published in 1982.

The loss of the Peoples Housing Network weakened the Coalition's presence in upstate New York. Michael McKee served as executive director of the Community Training and Resource Center, which helped tenants groups in New York City. The upstate problem wasn't addressed until 1986 when the Coalition received financial support from the Campaign for Human Development (CHD) for an Upstate Tenant Organizing Project.

The CHD funds helped the Coalition rally forces in Syracuse and Rochester. The Coalition fought to preserve Mitchell-Lama housing by teaming up with the Mitchell-Lana Residents Coalition. This team effort helped prevent owners of moderate-income housing built from the 1950s to the early 1970s, the main years of the Mitchell-Lama project, from exercising their twenty year buy out option. In addition to Mitchell-Lama housing, by the late 1980s low income federally assisted housing developments built under Section 236, Section 8 were subject to buy outs by the owners. The Coalition's forces in Syracuse and Rochester influenced a bill Congress passed in 1990. For the Coalition, this demonstrated the importance of lobbying the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (USHD).

The New York State Tenants & Neighbors Coalition (NYSTNC) records documents the workings of tenant activists in New York State. The New York State Tenants & Neighbors Coalition is more commonly referred to as Tenants & Neighbors. The collection documents the day to day activities of the coalition along with the legislative and lobbying effort that the coalition was involved with.

The bulk of the collection revolves around the legislative materials that the Tenants & Neighbors fought in aid of Tenant rights and protection under New York State and federal law. The collection focuses on rent regulation and laws. Many of the effort of the coalition were to aid the focus of the renters' rights through protest and grassroots activism. Tenants & Neighbors worked closely with other rent activists.

The administrative files series includes materials belonging to many key members of the coalition such as Michael McKee, William Rowen, and Jim Garst. They are often featured in the News Clippings series providing Op Ed pieces and leading protests. The audio visual materials series contains videotapes of The Tenants & Neighbors Show from the late 1980s to 2001, however we do not have a complete run of the show that aired.

The collection is organized into the following series: Series 1: Administrative Files ( 1972-2002), Series 2: New York State Housing Authorities (1972-2000), Series 3: Legislative Files (1974-1999), Series 4: Tenant Organizations & Campaigns (1974-2002), Series 5: Communications (1973-2002), Series 6: Audio Visual Materials (1987-2002), Series 7: National Housing Issues (1977-2001), and Series 8: News Clippings (1970-2001).

  • Series 1 - Administrative Files
  • Series 2 - New York State Housing Authorities
  • Series 3 - Legislative
  • Series 4 - Tenant Organizations & Campaigns
  • Series 5 - Communications
  • Series 6 - Audio Visual Materials
  • Series 7 - National Housing Issues
  • Series 8 - News Clippings

All items in the New York State Tenants & Neighbors Coalition Collection were acquired by the University Libraries, M.E. Grenander Department of Special Collections and Archives.

Processed by: Stephanie Clowe, Jon Palmer, & Melissa McMullen in 2015.

Collection record created by: Melissa McMullen

Published: 2015

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We can also deliver digital scans for remote research for a fee.

Access to this record group is unrestricted.

Copyright Statement

The researcher assumes full responsibility for conforming with the laws of copyright. Whenever possible, the M.E. Grenander Department of Special Collections and Archives will provide information about copyright owners and other restrictions, but the legal determination ultimately rests with the researcher. Requests for permission to publish material from this collection should be discussed with the Head of Special Collections and Archives.

Preferred citation for this material is as follows:

Identification of specific item, series, box, folder, The New York State Tenants & Neighbors Coalition, 2015. M.E. Grenander Department of Special Collections and Archives, University Libraries, University at Albany, State University of New York (hereafter referred to as the NYSTNC).

Contents of Collection

Quantity: 4.4 cubic ft. (about 4.4 boxes)
The Administrative Files series is arranged chronologically.
The Administrative Files series consists of organizational records, which document the activities of the Board of Directors. These include documents, by-laws and changes, annual reports to the executive committee. Annual financial reports, meeting minutes and materials relating to the annual retreat of the Executive Committee are found in this series. Many files pertaining to key members of Tenants & Neighbors such as Michael McKee, William Rowen, and James Garst are represented in the administrative files series.
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11Statewide Tenant Organization1972

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12Executive Committee Meetings1973

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13By-Laws1974

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14Correspondence1974-1977

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15Finance1974-1993

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16Community Development in California: An analysis and recommendations for action by the California Department of Housing and Community Development1975 September

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17Executive Committee1975

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18Membership Meetings1975

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19By-Laws Adopted on December 5, 19751975 December 05

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110Correspondence1976

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111-12Executive Committee Meetings (1 of 2)1976

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113Membership Meetings1976

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114Workshop on Redlining1976

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115NYSTNC Southern Regional Meeting Minutes1976-1977, 1979

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116Correspondence with Dennis Keating1977

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117Executive Committee Meetings1977

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118Executive Committee Meetings/ Annual Meeting1977

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119Executive Committee Meetings/ Legislative Committee Meeting1977

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120-22Membership (1 of 3)1977-1979

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123The Good Guys and Gals: Legislative Representatives for Social Concerns Agenda/Minutes1977-1983

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124The Good Guys and Gals: Legislative Representatives for Social Concerns Agenda/Minutes1977-1983

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125Retreat with People's Housing Network1978 September

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126Michael McKee Correspondence with UC Berkeley1978 October 19

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127-29Fifth Annual Membership Meeting (1 of 3)1978 December

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130Certificate of Incorporation under section 402 of the Not-For-Profit Corporation Law1978

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131Dennis Keating Correspondence1978

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21Executive Committee Meetings1978

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22Committee Meetings/ Workshop Reports1978

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23Southern Region Action Committee Meetings1978

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24Southern Region Meeting Minutes1978

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25Correspondence1978-1980

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26Second Annual Retreat1979 September

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27-10Sixth Annual Membership Meeting (1 of 3)1979 October 27-28

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211Executive Committee1979

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212Executive Committee1979

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213Dennis Keating Correspondence1979-1981

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214Executive Committee/Legislative Committee Meetings1979-1984

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215By-Laws, Name Change, Address Change1979-1996

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216Annual Statewide Membership Meeting1980 January 06

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217Executive Committee Meeting1980 March 16

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218Third Annual Retreat1980 September

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219Seventh Annual Membership Conference1980 November

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220Executive Committee Meeting1980 December 14

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221Executive Committee Meeting/Annual General Membership Meeting1980

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222Statewide Membership Meeting1981 January 11

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223Executive Committee Meeting1981 March 8

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224First Annual legislative Conference1981 May 4-5

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225Annual Retreat1981 September 11-13

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226Executive Committee Meeting and Policy Drafts1981 September-November

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227William Rowen Correspondence/ Conciliation and Appeals Board1981

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228Statewide Membership Meeting/ Issues Conference1982 January 31

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229-30Second Annual Legislative Conference (1 of 2)1982 May 10-11

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31Executive Committee Meeting1982 June

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32Annual retreat and Membership Meeting1982 October 29-31

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33Committee Meeting Memos and Briefs1982

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34Executive Committee Meeting1982

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35Executive Committee Meeting and Tenant Protection Workshop1982

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36Third Annual Legislative Conference1983 May 9-10

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37Executive Committee Meeting 1983 October 2

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38Executive Committee Meeting1983

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39William Rowen Correspondence 1983-1984

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310Fourth Annual Legislative Conference1984 May 7-8

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311Legislative Conference1984 May 7-8

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312Annual Meeting/Retreat1984 October 19-21

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313Annual Meeting/Retreat1984 October 19-21

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314Annual retreat and Membership Meeting1984 October 19-21

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31510th Anniversary Ticket Orders1984

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31610th Anniversary Journal1984

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31710th Anniversary Party1984

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318Correspondence1984-1986

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319Executive Committee Meeting1985 April 13

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320Annual retreat and Membership Meeting1985 November

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321Executive Committee Memos1985

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322Dennis Keating Correspondence1985-1986

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323Executive Committee Meetings1986

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324Operations Committee1986

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325Executive Committee Meeting Finance Projections and Memos1986-1987

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326Executive Committee Meeting1987 April 25

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327Executive Committee Meeting1987 June 25

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328Executive Committee Meeting1987 October-November

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329Executive Committee, Operations Committee Meetings1987

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330Executive Committee Meetings, Operations Committee Meetings1987

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331Correspondence1987-1988

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41Correspondence1987-1988

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42Executive Committee Meetings1987-1988

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43Operations Committee Finance Reports and Memos1987-1988

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44Legislative Committee1987-1989

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45Tenants Awareness Day Legislative Workshop1988 April 18

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46Correspondence1988-1989

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47Annual Retreat and Meeting1989 October

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48Executive Committee Meeting1989

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49Legislative Committee Meeting Minutes1989

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410Legislative Committee Meetings1989-1992

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411Joint Meeting of Emergency and Executive Committees1990 March 18

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412Executive Committee Meeting1990 December 1

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413Legislative Committee Meeting Minutes1990

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414Annual Meeting and Projected Expense Sheet1991 February

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415Correspondence with Speaker Vallone of New York City Council1991

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416Legislative Committee Agendas and Memos1991

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417Legislative Committee Meetings1991-1992

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418Legislative Reports 1991-1992

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419Legislative Committee1992 January-February

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420Legislative Committee1992 March

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421Michael McKee Authored Draft on New York State Component of National Housing Policy Initiative1992 August 21

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422Correspondence with William Rowen1992

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423Government Correspondence and Press1992

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424Legislative Committee Research for Rent Subsidy Program1992

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425Legislative Committee1992

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426Legislative Committee Meeting Agenda and Legislation Summaries1992

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427Michael McKee/ Empire State Reports and Governor's Housing Conference1992

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428Michael McKee Freedom of Information Request Tenant Advisory Subcommittee1992

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429Tenant Advisory Committee Planning1992

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430Testimony on Domestic Partnership Legislation Letters of Opposition to Senators1992

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431Executive Committee/Board of Directors Meetings1993

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432Michael McKee Correspondence with Governor Cuomo1993

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433Michael McKee Correspondence with Officials1993

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434Special Report by Garst and McKee, Statement by Governor Cuomo1993

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435Strategic Planning1993-1994

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436Rent Control Rulings and Campaign Donors List1993-1997

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437McKee Authored Articles and Various Newsletters of Housing Organizations1994

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438Michael McKee Correspondence with Voice of the People, Daily News1994

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439Annual Meetings1994-1996

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440The Lady is a Mountain Lion, Too: A Biography of Marie Runyon by Michael McKee, 80th Birthday Celebration1995 June 13

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441Proposal for a New Legislative Strategy on Rent Regulation, Michael McKee and James Garst Papers1995

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442Tenant and Neighborhood Information Service Annual Report/Meeting1995

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51Organizational Budget1996 April 1-1997 March 31

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52Annual conference1996

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53Rent Law Debate1996

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54Correspondence1996-1997

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55Finances and Memos on Pataki Budget Cuts1996-1997

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56Tenant's Rights and Organizing Conference "Winning in 1997"1997 April

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57Annual Meeting1997

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58Michael McKee Correspondence with State Senator Guy Velella1997

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59Memorandums Written by Michael McKee1997

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510Propaganda and Inforamtion on Rent Laws1997

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511Rent Campaign1997

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512Michael McKee Memorandums1998

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513Maximum Base Rent Memos and Legislation1998-1999

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514Treasurer's Report/Finance1999

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515Michael McKee Testimony before Westchester County Rent Guidelines Board2000

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516Michael McKee Letter to Mayor Bloomberg2002 July 2
Quantity: 4.6 cubic ft. (about 4.6 boxes)
The New York State Housing Authorities series is arranged chronologically.
The New York State Housing Authorities series contains materials relating to the interactions with other New York State organizations relating to Housing within the state. The organizations that are represented in this series are the Rent Guidelines Board, Rent Stabilization Association, and the New York City Department of Housing and Community Renewal, among others. The City of New York and the Conciliatory and Appeals Board files are also represented within this series.
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11Mailings with Housing Finance Agencies in Other States1972-1974

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12Division of Housing and Community Renewal (DHCR) Emergency Tenant Protection Act of 19741974

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13Rent Stabilization Association Brochures1974-1975

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14Conciliation and Appeals Board (CAB) Mailings and Newsclippings1977-1979

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15DHCR Legislative Proposal1979

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16Rent Stabilization Association Code1979

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17The Council of the City of New York1979-1980

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18Rend Stabilization Issues1979-1982

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19RSA Lawsuits1980-1982

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110RSA Lawsuits1980-1982

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111RSA Lawsuits1980-1982

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112State Of New York Mortgage Agency1980-1984

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113RSA Advertisements1980-1989

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114RSA Advertisements1980-1989

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115RSA Advertisements1980-1989

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116RSA Advertisements1980-1989

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117CAB Budget for Fiscal Year1981 May 1-1982 April 30

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118Code of the Rent Stabilization Association of New York City, Inc.1981 June

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119DHCR Report: Statistical Summary of Programs1982 March 31

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120Rent Guidelines Board, Tenant Protection, Notes on Lawsuits1982

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121DHCR Newsclippings Memos and Speech by Yvonne Scruggs-Leftwich1982-1983

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122NYC CAB Report 1981-19821983 February

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123RSA Proposed Code and Correspondence1983 October-December

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124RSA Proposed Code and Memos1983 December 31

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125CAB1983

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126DHCR Memos and Briefs1983

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127CAB1983-1984

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128CAB Memos and Tenant complaints1983-1984

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129DHCR Correspondence, Minutes and Drafts1983-1984

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130DHCR Memos, Correspondence and Manuals1983-1984

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131DHCR Newsclippings, Memos and Correspondence1983-1984

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21Cab Mailings to Board Members Concerning Tenant Complaints1984 January

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22RGB Expenditure Study1984 February 14

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23RSA Correspondence1984 February-March

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24DHCR Guide to Rent Regulations1984 December

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25DHCR Briefs and Sample Forms1984

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26DHCR News1984

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27DHCR Newsclippings and Memos1984

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28Elimination of Rent Stabilization Association1984

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29Proposals on Rent Stabilization Code1984

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210Rent Stabilization Association Code1984

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211Rent Stabilization Association Code Dispute1984

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212Rent Stabilization Association Correspondence and Fact Sheets1984

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213Rent Stabilization Code1984

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214Rent Registration/ Tenant Complaint Forms1984

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215RSA and Assembly Analysis/ Correspondence regarding Rent Stabilization Code1984

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216DHCR Bulletins 1984-1994

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217DHCR Bulletins and Reports1985

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218DHCR Report to Legislature on Office of Rent Administration1985

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219Lawsuits against RGB1985

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220Rent Stabilization Code Comments by DHCR1986 January 7

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221DHCR Press Releases, Renewal Forms and Opinion Pieces 1986 March-July

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222The Council of the City of New York Int. No. 6461986 July 10

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223DHCR "The Uses and Limits of Rent Regulation1986 December 12

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224DHCR William Rowen Correspondence1986 December

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225DHCR Assorted Fact Sheets1986

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226DHCR Proposed Rent Stabilization Code1986

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227DHCR's Rent Stabilization Code1986

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228DHCR's Rent Stabilization Code1986

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229Division of Housing and Community Renewal Proposed Rent Stabilization Code1986

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230Division of Housing and Community Renewal Public Notices 1986

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231Law Suit: NYSTNC against William Eimicke, Commisioner DHCR1986

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232Rent Stabilization Code Comments by DHCR1986

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233Rent Stabilization Code Comments by DHCR1986

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234DHCR Updates on Rent Stabilization1986-1987

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31News Articles and Testimonies from State Hearing on Performance of DHCR1987 March

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32NYSTNC Submissions to Rent Guidelines Board1987 May-June

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33DHCR Forms and Applications1987

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34DHCR Requests for Proposal for Administrative Services and Mailings1987

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35Rent Guidelines Board Submissions1987

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36RGB Price Index1987-1988

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37DHCR Advisory Opinion Listings1987-1992

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38DHCR Owner's Advisory Committee Meeting Minutes1988 January 15

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39DHCR Meeting Minutes with Manuals1988

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310DHCR Policy Recommendations1988

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311DHCR Tenants Advisory Committee Meeting Minutes1988

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312NYS Housing Finance Agency Publications1988

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313RSA Correspondence1988

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314DHCR Funding and Policy Recommendations1988-1989

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315DHCR Rent Terms Glossary and Applications1988-1989

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316RSA Advertisements1988-1989

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317DHCR Press Briefing Information Packet1989 January 19

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318Rent Guidelines Board Testimony of Anthony J. Blackburn1989 February 28

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319NYC Board of Estimate Mailing and Newsclippings1989 March 20

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320DHCR Tenants Advisory Committee Agenda and Memos1989 May 11

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321DHCR Review of the Major Capital Improvement Plan1989 June 1

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322DHCR Mailings and Policy Drafts1989

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323DHCR Memos and Mailings1989

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324DHCR Tenants Advisory Committee Meeting Agendas1989

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325NYC Campaign Finance Board1989

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326DHCR Office of Rent Administration Policy Statement Listings1989-1993

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327Appartment Price Indexes for Rent Stabilization Association1990 May 3

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328DHCR NYC Rent Stabilization Code1990 September

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329DHCR Agendas and Policy Statements1990

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330DHCR Agendas, Policy Drafts and Memos1990

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331DHCR Tenants Advisory Committee Agendas and Draft Manuals1990

nam_apap198-2_97

332NYSTNC Correspondence and Statements on RGB Price Index1990

nam_apap198-2_98

333Price Index Correspondence with ANHD1990

nam_apap198-2_99

334Rent Guidelines Board Eric Weinstock Testimony1990

nam_apap198-2_100

41RGB Price Indexes and Resumes1990

nam_apap198-2_101

42RSA Correspondence1990

nam_apap198-2_102

43DHCR Bulletins and Memos1990 September-1991 September

nam_apap198-2_103

44RSA Advertisements1990-1992

nam_apap198-2_104

45RSA Advertisements1990-1992

nam_apap198-2_105

46DHCR Program Bill 91-13A1991 January 24

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47DHCR Bulletins on Rent Dispute1991

nam_apap198-2_107

48DHCR Meeting Minutes and Policy Drafts1991

nam_apap198-2_108

49DHCR Tenant Advisory Committee Policy Drafts and Mailings1991

nam_apap198-2_109

410DHCR Tenant Advisory Committee Meetings1991

nam_apap198-2_110

411DHCR Tenant Advisory Committee Memos and Mailings1991

nam_apap198-2_111

412DHCR Tenant Protection Drafts and Mailings1991

nam_apap198-2_112

413RGB Submission to Rent Guidelines Association1991

nam_apap198-2_113

414DHCR Agendas, Bulletins and Memos1992

nam_apap198-2_114

415DHCR Fact Sheet Spanish Version1992

nam_apap198-2_115

416DHCR Memos and Mailings1992

nam_apap198-2_116

417DHCR Policy Drafts1992

nam_apap198-2_117

418DHCR Tenant Advisory Committee Agenda and Policy Drafts1992

nam_apap198-2_118

419NYSTNC 1992 Rent Guidelines Board Testimony1992

nam_apap198-2_119

420RGB Mail from Rent Stabilization Association1992

nam_apap198-2_120

421RGB Mail from Rent Stabilization Association1992

nam_apap198-2_121

422RGB Reports and Studies1992

nam_apap198-2_122

423RGB White Papers1992

nam_apap198-2_123

424DHCR Report to the Legislature1993 December

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425DHCR Publications, Memos and Juarez v. Wavecrest Management Lawsuit1993-1995

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426New York City Department of Housing Preservation and Development1994 February 10

nam_apap198-2_126

51DHCR Tenant Advisory Committee Meeting1994 April 7

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52DHCR Tenant Advisory Committee Meeting1994 June 2

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53Stabilized Rent is Biased, Threat to Adequate Housing in NYC1994 June

nam_apap198-2_129

54DHCR Tenant Advisory Committee Agendas and Drafts1994 June-November

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55Council of the City of New York Memos and Policy1994

nam_apap198-2_131

56DHCR Tenant Advisory Committee Bulletins and Mailings1994

nam_apap198-2_132

57DHCR Tenant Advisory Committee Agenda1995 May 25

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58DHCR Tenant Advisory Committee Membership1995

nam_apap198-2_134

59RGB Correspondence1995

nam_apap198-2_135

61Correspondence With Mayor Giuliani1996

nam_apap198-2_136

62RGB Propaganda Concerning Mayor Giuliani1996

nam_apap198-2_137

63RGB Propaganda Concerning Mayor Giuliani1996

nam_apap198-2_138

64Rent Guidelines Board Index of Operating Costs1997

nam_apap198-2_139

65Rent Guidelines Board Tenant Advocates Group1998

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66RGB Reports and Correspondence Concerning Lawsuit1998

nam_apap198-2_141

67The Rent Guidelines Board 1999 Mortgage Survey1999

nam_apap198-2_142

68Rent Guidelines Board Appartment Orders and Comparisons2000

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69DHCR Guide to Housing ProgramsUndated
Quantity: 9.8 cubic ft. (about 9.8 boxes)
The Legislative series is arranged chronolgically.
The legislative series includes bill jackets, legislative memorandums, State Assembly and Senate vote records, correspondence regarding the legislation. The Tenants & Neighbors' legislative committee's related materials such as agendas, minutes, memoranda are represented in this series. Mitchell-Lama council legislation can be found in the legislative series.
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11Legislation 1974-1976

nam_apap198-3_2

12Legislative Memorandums1974-1976

nam_apap198-3_3

13Assemblywoman Marie Runyon1974-1976

nam_apap198-3_4

14Legislative Memorandums and Rent and Eviction Regulation1975

nam_apap198-3_5

15Legislative Memorandums1975-1976

nam_apap198-3_6

16S. 7287, A. 9257, Legislative Memorandums In Opposition1976 February 17

nam_apap198-3_7

17Drafts of Rent Regulation Bills1976-1979

nam_apap198-3_8

18J-51 Tax Abatement, City Council Bills1976-1984

nam_apap198-3_9

19J-51 and New York City Department of Housing Preservation and Development1977-1982

nam_apap198-3_10

110J-51 State Authorization Section 489, Real Property Tax Law1977

nam_apap198-3_11

111Mortgage Foreclosure Legislation1977-1982

nam_apap198-3_12

112J-511977-1983

nam_apap198-3_13

113Legislation and Related Materials1977

nam_apap198-3_14

114Rent Control Issues1977-1978

nam_apap198-3_15

115-17Lobby Registration 1977-1981

nam_apap198-3_16

118Co-Op Conversion1978

nam_apap198-3_17

119Rent Control Bill1978

nam_apap198-3_18

120Mitchell-Lama Council1978-1984

nam_apap198-3_19

121Bill Jackets and Memorandums1979

nam_apap198-3_20

122-24Co-Op 1979-1982

nam_apap198-3_21

125J-51 Background Research1979-1983

nam_apap198-3_22

126Statewide Rent Control1980

nam_apap198-3_23

127Legislation1980

nam_apap198-3_24

128ETPA/ Co-Op and Related Publications1980-1981

nam_apap198-3_25

129Proposed Statewide Rent and Eviction Control Bill1980-1981

nam_apap198-3_26

21J-51 Background Research1990-1983

nam_apap198-3_27

22S. 1991 Landlords and "Personal Use"1980-1983

nam_apap198-3_28

23-4Legislation and Related Materials 1981

nam_apap198-3_29

25Metropolitan Transportation Authority Property Transfer and Mortgage Recording Taxes1981

nam_apap198-3_30

26Metropolitan Transportation Authority Tax and Appropriation Package1981

nam_apap198-3_31

27Capital Gains Tax1981

nam_apap198-3_32

28Co-Op and Related Newsclippings 1981

nam_apap198-3_33

29Legislation 1981-1982

nam_apap198-3_34

210Intro 1192 Wallace Bill1982

nam_apap198-3_35

211Co-Op Conversion Legislation 1982

nam_apap198-3_36

212Legislation1982

nam_apap198-3_37

213Security Deposit Capital Pool1982-1983

nam_apap198-3_38

214Intro 1192 Including Legislative Memorandums1982-1983

nam_apap198-3_39

215Waterfront Development Bill1982-1983

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216A. 2889 Apartment Hotels1982-1983

nam_apap198-3_41

217J-51 Mitchell-Lama Housing1982-1987

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218Co-Op Conversions Newspaper and Press Clippings1982-1987, Undated

nam_apap198-3_43

219Legislative Memorandums1983

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220Co-Op Conversions1983

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221CO-Op Conversions Attorney General Regulations1983

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222-23Omnibus Housing Act 1983

nam_apap198-3_47

31-2Omnibus Housing Act1983

nam_apap198-3_48

33Omnibus Housing Act Laws of 19831983

nam_apap198-3_49

34Omnibus Housing Act New Tenant Protection Law1983

nam_apap198-3_50

35Omnibus Housing Act Materials on C.A.P.1983

nam_apap198-3_51

36Non-Profit Landlords COTONPIL Bill1983

nam_apap198-3_52

37Post J-511983

nam_apap198-3_53

38S. 2029-B, A. 2553-B Pet Bill1983

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39S. 1991 Restoration of NYC Rent Stabilization Code for Eviction1983

nam_apap198-3_55

310Emergency Tenant Protection Act Renewal1983-1984

nam_apap198-3_56

311Emergency Tenant Protection Act Bill Drafting Commission 1983-1984

nam_apap198-3_57

312Small Business Task Force Commercial Rent Regulation1983-1984

nam_apap198-3_58

313Extension to Upstate New York of Emergency Tenant Protection Act1983-1984

nam_apap198-3_59

314A. 50 Protection for Tentants in Garden Type Maisonette Apartments in NYC1983-1984

nam_apap198-3_60

315Omnibus Banking Bills1983-1984

nam_apap198-3_61

316Legislative Plans and Related Materials 1983-1984

nam_apap198-3_62

317Rules of the Senate1983-1984

nam_apap198-3_63

318J-51 Major Capital Improvements1983-1985

nam_apap198-3_64

319Mobile Homes Bill Jackets and Memorandums1983-1985

nam_apap198-3_65

320Banking Laws1983-1985

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321J-51 Legislative Memorandums and Draft Bills1983-1987

nam_apap198-3_67

322Small Building Assessment1984 January

nam_apap198-3_68

323Senate Chapter 4031984 February 7

nam_apap198-3_69

324Tenant Alert from Assemblyman Pete Grannis1984 April

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325-26Legislation and Related Materials 1984

nam_apap198-3_71

327Major Capital Improvements Legislation and Lawsuit1984

nam_apap198-3_72

328Legislative Campaign Emergency Tenant Protection Act1984

nam_apap198-3_73

41Omnibus Affordable Housing Act1984

nam_apap198-3_74

42Legislation1984

nam_apap198-3_75

43-4Legislative Memorandums Including James Garst Statements and Correspondence1984

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45Legislative Memorandums1984

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46Single Room Occupancy (SRO) and J-511984

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47Price Index Campaign1984

nam_apap198-3_79

48Housing Trust Fund1984-1985

nam_apap198-3_80

49Protection of Senior Citizens in Evictions1984-1985

nam_apap198-3_81

410-11Legislative Memorandums 1984-1985

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412Single Room Occupancy Moratorium1984-1985

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413Information on Landlord Violations Including Correspondence1984-1987

nam_apap198-3_84

414Legislative Memorandums1985

nam_apap198-3_85

415Legislation Housing Trust Fund1985

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416Summary of 1985 Legislation1985

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417-181985 Legislature Last Weeks of Session 1985

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419Testimony of Assemblyman Pete Grannis Board of Estimate Hearing1985

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420-23Legislation 1985

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424A. 8107, A. 5576 Tenants and Not for Profit Organizations That Provide Housing1985

nam_apap198-3_91

425Omnibus Housing Bill Extension of Rent Laws1985

nam_apap198-3_92

51California Legislature1985

nam_apap198-3_93

52Governor's Program Bill1985

nam_apap198-3_94

53Rules of the Senate1985-1986

nam_apap198-3_95

54Protection to Tenants in Rental Buildings Subject to Conversion to Cooperatives and Condominiums Bill1985

nam_apap198-3_96

55Major Capital Improvements Memorandums, Bill Jackets, DHCR1985

nam_apap198-3_97

56Housing Production with City Funds for Low and Moderate Income Families1985-1986

nam_apap198-3_98

57J-51 Real Property Tax Law Bill and Memorandum1985-1986

nam_apap198-3_99

58Legislative Commission Expenditure Review Memorandum Report to the Legislature1986

nam_apap198-3_100

59NYS Assembly Correspondence1986

nam_apap198-3_101

510The Tax Law1986

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511Reverse Mortgages1986-1990

nam_apap198-3_103

512Court Merger Bill1986-1987

nam_apap198-3_104

513J-51 Reform Coalition1986-1987

nam_apap198-3_105

514"Bona Fide" Tenants State Assembly Correspondence1986-1987

nam_apap198-3_106

515Legislation Omnibus Bill1987

nam_apap198-3_107

516J-51 Reform Coalition and Related Materials1987

nam_apap198-3_108

517New York State Tax Reform and Reduction Act of 19871987

nam_apap198-3_109

518Tax Reform1987

nam_apap198-3_110

519Private Housing Finance Law1987

nam_apap198-3_111

520Gay Life Partners Supreme Court Appelate Division1987

nam_apap198-3_112

521Personal Use Evictions Legislation1987

nam_apap198-3_113

522Legislation Including Bill Jackets and Descriptive Information Regarding Omnibus Bill1987

nam_apap198-3_114

523Legislation 1987

nam_apap198-3_115

524Concept of Unconscionability and Related Bill Jackets1987

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525Bill Jackets1987

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526Federal Pre-payment Registration1987-1988

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527Legislation1987-1988

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528Attorney General Program Bill to Sponsor Duty to Cure Violations1987-1988

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529A. 8972, A. 3054, A. 4953, A. 6795, A. 2726 Bill Jackets1987-1988

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530Coalition to Reform MCI1987-1988

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531In Rem Early Warning Bill1987-1988

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532Rules of the Senate/ Rules of the Assembly1987-1988

nam_apap198-3_124

533Warehousing Campaign1987-1988

nam_apap198-3_125

534-35Governor's Program Bills and Related Information 1987-1989

nam_apap198-3_126

61New York City Rent Extenders1988

nam_apap198-3_127

62State Senator Election Campaign1988

nam_apap198-3_128

63Legislation 1988

nam_apap198-3_129

64Major Capital Improvements Workshop Sponsored by NYSTNC1988

nam_apap198-3_130

65Anti-Warehousing Campaign1988

nam_apap198-3_131

66Anti-Warehousing Legislation and Materials on NYSTNC's Anti-Warehousing Commission1988

nam_apap198-3_132

67Bill Jackets for Legislature Reforms1988

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68Bill Jackets and Legislative Memorandums1988

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69-10Legislative Memorandums 1988

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611Senior Citizen Rent Increase Exemption (SCRIE)1988

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612Legislative Memorandums on Vocate and Repair Issues1988

nam_apap198-3_137

613Fair Share Housing Act A. 50641989

nam_apap198-3_138

614New York City Council Intro 1329, Intro 12131989

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615DHCR on Major Capital Improvements (MCI)1989

nam_apap198-3_140

616Private Housing Finance Law, Chapter 2521989

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617Primary Residents Bill Jackets and Memorandums1989

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618-19Bill Jackets, Memorandums and Related Newsclippings1989

nam_apap198-3_143

620Assorted NYS Assembly and Cambridge, Massachusetts Materials1989, 1990

nam_apap198-3_144

621Coalition to Reform MCI1989-1990

nam_apap198-3_145

622Rules of the Senate1989-1990

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623New York State Attorney General Program Bills1989-1990

nam_apap198-3_147

624Major Capital Improvements (MCI)1989-1992

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625Property Tax Assessment1989

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71Legislation 1990

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72Legislation and Memorandum in Support for MCI Reform1990

nam_apap198-3_151

73Govenor's Program Bill Memorandum1990

nam_apap198-3_152

74Queens1990-1992

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75-6Attorney General Program Bills Addressed to Michael McKee1991

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77Legislative Memorandums1991

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78Govenor's Program Bill A. 75941991

nam_apap198-3_156

79Bawdy House Bill1991

nam_apap198-3_157

710-11Warranty of Habitability and Other Legislation1991

nam_apap198-3_158

712Warranty of Habitability Legislative Memorandums1991

nam_apap198-3_159

713DHRC Rent Administration and Rent Reform Bill1991

nam_apap198-3_160

714Warranty of Habitability Weakener Veto1991

nam_apap198-3_161

715DHCR Rent Administration Reform and Equity Act 1991

nam_apap198-3_162

716Major Capital Improvements (MCI)1991

nam_apap198-3_163

717Legislation Including Testimony Before the Housing and Buildings Committee of NYC Council1991

nam_apap198-3_164

718Comprehensive Housing Affordability Strategy (CHAS)1991

nam_apap198-3_165

719-20Legislation1991

nam_apap198-3_166

721Legislation Including Memorandums for Mayor's Office1991

nam_apap198-3_167

722Loans and Co-Op Conversions Including Bill Jackets1991-1992

nam_apap198-3_168

723Legislation1991-1992

nam_apap198-3_169

724Govenor Mario Cuomo's "Message to the Legislature" Report1992 January 8

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725Luxury Decontrol Testimony1992 March 25

nam_apap198-3_171

726Joint Public Hearing on the Federal Housing Oppurtunity for People Everywhere (HOPE) Program1992 July 16

nam_apap198-3_172

81-3Legislation 1992

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84Fundraising for Members of Legislature1992

nam_apap198-3_174

85Legislative Memorandums1992

nam_apap198-3_175

86State Senator Dean Skelos1992

nam_apap198-3_176

87Comprehensive Housing Affordability Strategy (CHAS)1992-1993

nam_apap198-3_177

88Invitations to Political Events and Fundraisers1992-1996

nam_apap198-3_178

89S. 5163 Legislative Memorandum1993 June 8

nam_apap198-3_179

810New York State Senate Rent Regulations Report1993 June 10

nam_apap198-3_180

811Vacancy Decontrol S. 3424-A Legislative Memorandum1993 June 14

nam_apap198-3_181

812S. 4898-A, S. 4898-B Legislative Memorandums1993 June 21, 1993 June 28

nam_apap198-3_182

813S. 6177 Legislative Memorandum1993 July 5

nam_apap198-3_183

814A. 8859 Act to Ammend Emergency Tenant Protection Act1993 July 6

nam_apap198-3_184

815Senate Bill Jackets 4900A and 4900B1993

nam_apap198-3_185

816Legislation Extender 1993

nam_apap198-3_186

817S. 3423 Conversion of Rental Residental Property to Cooperative or Condominium1993

nam_apap198-3_187

818Congressional Hearing on Co-Op Financing 1993

nam_apap198-3_188

819Extender Includes Advisory Memorandums on Rent Registration and Rent Increase1993

nam_apap198-3_189

820Legislative Memorandums in Opposition Sponsored by Either Senator Bruno or Senator Hannon1993

nam_apap198-3_190

821Tenant Unity Coalition1993

nam_apap198-3_191

822Legislation to Extend the Laws of 19731993

nam_apap198-3_192

823Legislation and Related Materials1993

nam_apap198-3_193

824Rent Law Campaign1993

nam_apap198-3_194

825Rent Extender Bill1993

nam_apap198-3_195

826Bill Jackets1993

nam_apap198-3_196

91-3Legislative Memorandums1993

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94Legislation Including Memorandums1993

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95Real Property Tax Report Commission1993

nam_apap198-3_199

96Govenor's Program Bill1993

nam_apap198-3_200

97Extension of Emergency Rent Stabilization1993

nam_apap198-3_201

98-9Legislation to Extend Emergency Tenant Protection Laws of 1974 1993

nam_apap198-3_202

910Senator Maltese1993

nam_apap198-3_203

911Senator John Marchi1993

nam_apap198-3_204

912Rent Regulation1993

nam_apap198-3_205

913NYS Senate Public Hearing on Rent Regulation1993

nam_apap198-3_206

914Extension of Emergency Tenant Protection Act1993

nam_apap198-3_207

915Legislation for Rent Extender Bill1993

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916Mitchell-Lama Residents Coalition Includes Legislative Bill1993-1994

nam_apap198-3_209

917New York State Senator Padavan1993-1997

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918Bill Jackets on Major Capital Improvements and Related Legislative Materials1994

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919Gubanetorial Campaign Cuomo versus Pataki1994

nam_apap198-3_212

920Vacancy Allowance1994

nam_apap198-3_213

921Research on Landlords1995

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922Preliminary Legislative Wrap-Up Report1995

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923Shared Meters, Chapter 1861995

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924Legislation 1995-1996

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925New York State Board of Elections Disclosure Statement1996

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926A. 10927-A Materials and Related Correspondence with Michael McKee1996, 1997

nam_apap198-3_219

927New York City Tax Lien and Distressed Buildings1996 April 19

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928State Senator Sampson1997

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929Extenders to ETPA1997

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101Bill to Amend the Real Property Actions and Proceedings Law 1997

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102Emergency Tenant Protection Act1997

nam_apap198-3_224

103A. 868 Amendment of Real Property Actions Proceedings Law1997

nam_apap198-3_225

104Rent Law Presentations1997

nam_apap198-3_226

105-6Intro 994A 1997

nam_apap198-3_227

107-8Rent Campaign1997

nam_apap198-3_228

109Assembly Record of Proceedings1997 March 17

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111-3The Rent Regulation Reform Act Chapter 116 1997

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114State Senator Maltese1997

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115Legislation 1998

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116Maximum Base Rent1999

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117Assorted NYS Assembly and Senate Supportive MaterialsUndated
Quantity: 3 cubic ft. (about 3 boxes)
The Tenant Organizations & Campaigns series is arranged chronologically.
The Tenant Organizations and Campaigns series focuses on tenant organizations outside of New York State, however some New York State campaigns are also kept in this series. Smaller renter rights organizations are also represented here.
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11Various Organizations1974-1976

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12Out of State Tenant Organizations1974-1978

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13Home Front1975

nam_apap198-4_4

14Fresh Meadows Tenants Association Newsletters1975-1982

nam_apap198-4_5

15Columbia Tenants Union1976

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16Interlaken Residents Association1976

nam_apap198-4_7

17Tenants Union of the West Side1976-1977

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18Tudor City Association and Mid Manhattan Neighborhood Association1976-1977

nam_apap198-4_9

19Westchester Tenants Union1976-1979

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110Pratt Institute Center For Community And Environmental Development1977 September

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111California Housing Action Information Network1977

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112Park West Village Tenants Association1977

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113Tenants United1977

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114Coalition Against Rent Increase Pass-Alongs1977-1978

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115Tarrytown Tenants Association1977-1978

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116The Planners Network1977-1979

nam_apap198-4_17

117Citizens Alliance1978

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118Citizens Housing and Planning Council1978

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119City Limits1978

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120Co-Op City Council1978

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121Temporary State Commission on Rental Housing Meeting Minutes1978

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123Temporary State Commission on Mental Housing Public Hearing Notes1978

nam_apap198-4_23

124Shepherd House Tenants1978-1979

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125-27Temporary State Commission on Rental Housing1978-1979

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128United Tenants of Albany Rent Control1978-1979

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129New York City Administrative Code1978-1981

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130Metropolitan Council on Housing1978-1997

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131Temporary State Commission on Rental Housing1979 February 27

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132Temporary State Commission on Rental Housing Handicap Rent Increase Exemption1979 February 28

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133Temporary State Commission On Rental Housing1979 August 12

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134Columbia Tenants Union1979

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135Community Housing Involvement Program, Inc. 1979

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136-37Temporary State Commission on Rental Housing1979

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138Temporary State Commission on Rental Housing Meeting Minutes1979

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139Project Research1980

nam_apap198-4_36

140Coalition Against Redlining Federal Reserve Board Hearing1980-1982

nam_apap198-4_37

141Greystone/Freedom of Information Law1981

nam_apap198-4_38

142Neighborhood Preservation Companies1981

nam_apap198-4_39

143Neighborhood Preservation Companies Program1981

nam_apap198-4_40

144New York State Temporary Commission on Lobbying1981

nam_apap198-4_41

21Rural Preservation Companies1981

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22Statutory Rights of Tenants1981

nam_apap198-4_43

23Code Enforcement1981-1982

nam_apap198-4_44

24Metropolitan Council on Housing1981-1993

nam_apap198-4_45

25New York State Rural Housing Advocates1982

nam_apap198-4_46

26Citizens Unity Board1982

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27Association of Neighborhood Housing Developers1983

nam_apap198-4_48

28Coalition of Tenants of Non-Profit Institutional Landlords1983

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29Los Sures Southside United Housing1983

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210National Low Income Housing Coalition1983

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211New York Public Interest Research Group1983

nam_apap198-4_52

212Small Business Task Force1983

nam_apap198-4_53

213Small Building Task Force1983

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214St. Nicholas Neighborhood Preservation and Housing Rehabilitation Corporation1983

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215Various Tenant Organizations1983

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216-17Neighborhood Preservation Companies Funding Issues1983-1984

nam_apap198-4_57

218Cambridge, MA Tenant and Rent Issues 1983-1984

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219Various Tenant Organizations1983-1988

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220Association of Neighborhood Housing Developers, Inc. (NYC)1983-1990

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221Catholic Charities/Federation of Jewish Philanthropies of New York1984

nam_apap198-4_61

222Small Building Owners Assocation1984

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223West Tenants Union Co-Op Conversion Material1984

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224Small Property Owners of New York1984-1985

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225Bank Powers1984-1987

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226Apartment House Institute1985

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227Housing Justice Campaign1985

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228Price Index Campaign1985

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229-31Tenant Protection Campaign1985

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232Tenant Protection Campaign Strategic Issues1985

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233421-A Tenants Coalition1985

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234Price Index1985-1987

nam_apap198-4_72

235January 1987 Rent Stabilization Code Background Information1985-1987

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236Housing Justice Campaign1985-1990

nam_apap198-4_74

237Glen Oaks Tenant Association1986

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238New York State Temporary Commission on Lobbying1986

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31SRO Tenants Rights Coalition1986

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32Lobby Registration1987

nam_apap198-4_78

33Bank Powers Community Service Society1988

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34Tenant Unity Coalition1988-1989

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35Tenant Unity Coalition1988-1993

nam_apap198-4_81

36Community Action for Legal Support Services1989

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37Mayor Dinkins Administration Tenant Unity Coalition1990

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38Non-Profit Resource Center, Inc. The 1990 Agenda1990

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39Stuyvesant Town Tenants Association1990-1993

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310Eastern Paralyzed Veterans Association1991

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311The City Project1991

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312Queens League of United Tenants1992

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313Tenant Unity Coalition1992-1994

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314Canadian Tenant Housing1992-1996

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315Pride Agenda1993

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316United Tenants of Albany 20th Anniversary1993

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317Westchester Tenants League1993

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318Rent Regulation - Various Tenant Organizations1993-1994

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319Political Action Committee1995

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320-21Long Beach1996

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322-23Long Beach Herald, Tribune, and Independent Voice1996

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324Supreme Court of the State Of New York: Walton v. City of Long Beach1996

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32519 East 80th street Tenants Association1996

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326Leo House1996-1998

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327Rent Law Campaign Committee1997 July 31

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328-30Administrative Campaign1997

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331Campaign and McKee Material1997

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3321997 Capaign Rent Guidelines Board1997

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3331997 Rent Campaign1997

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334Westchester County Rent Guidelines Board1998

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335Willage of Great Neck Plaza letter from Commissioner of Housing 2002 May 29

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336Ad-Hoc Committee Against Mandatory Rent DepositUndated

nam_apap198-4_108

337City-Wide Task Force on Housing Court, IncUndated
Quantity: 4.4 cubic ft. (about 4.4 boxes)
The Communications series is arranged chronologically.
This series includes information disseminated to New York State Tenants and Neighbors Coalition to New York City tenants in the form of fliers, brochures, leaflets, mailings, legal size posters, etc. The goal of these announcements is to galvanize tenants into a cohesive block that can apply pressure to the legislature by picketing, writing in letters, signing petitions, attending meetings, etc. Other files include NYSTNC Fact Sheets, The files have been arranged chronologically as it's important to note the issues and legislation NYSTNC fought for according to the particular year and the events/bills related to that year.
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11The Golden Years: Housing Opportunities for Senior Citizens1973 January

nam_apap198-5_2

12Rent and Eviction Controls: A Selected Annotated Biography1976 June

nam_apap198-5_3

13Flyers- Various1977

nam_apap198-5_4

14Who Should the Community Development Block Grank Program Benefit- D. Keating1977

nam_apap198-5_5

15NYSTNC Position Paper on New York City Conciliation and Appeals Board1978 September 25

nam_apap198-5_6

16"Manhattan Plaza" by Robert Schur1978

nam_apap198-5_7

17NYSTNC Report on New york City Conciliation and Appeals Board1978

nam_apap198-5_8

18Tenant Resource and Advocacy Center- Center for Study of Responsive Law1978

nam_apap198-5_9

19Chelsea Gay Association Newsletter1979 March

nam_apap198-5_10

110DHCR Housing Workshop and Discussion Paper1979 May

nam_apap198-5_11

111"The Tenants Primer: How to Get the Most from Your Lease" - A. O. Shapiro1979 November 26

nam_apap198-5_12

112"A History of New York State's Tax System"- Annual Report of the Department of Taxation and Finance1979-1980

nam_apap198-5_13

113NYPIRG- A White Paper on Iniative/ Referendum1979

nam_apap198-5_14

114New York State Assembly Housing Committee Report1979

nam_apap198-5_15

115NYSTNC Reports on Rent Guidelines Board1979

nam_apap198-5_16

116Tenant Inquilino1979-1994

nam_apap198-5_17

117Housing Tax Shelter Clinic1980

nam_apap198-5_18

118NYSTNC Reports on Rent Stablization Association1980

nam_apap198-5_19

119Planning for the Future of HUD- Owned Housing: a Resident's Guide1980

nam_apap198-5_20

120Flyers- Various1981

nam_apap198-5_21

121NYSTNC- Application to Columbia Foundation1981

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122NYSTNC Fact Sheets1981

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123People's Housing News1981

nam_apap198-5_24

124Tax Incentives Provided by New York City Under the 421- A Program1981

nam_apap198-5_25

125Tenants Housing Court Information Booklet1982 January

nam_apap198-5_26

126Tri-State Regional Commission: The Impact of the New Federalism on Housing and Community Development Programs in the Tri-State Region1982 March

nam_apap198-5_27

127Block Grants, the New Federalism, and the Poor: Housing and Community Development- The New Urban Coalition1982

nam_apap198-5_28

128Chelsea Clinton News1982

nam_apap198-5_29

129Comments on Proposed Rent Guidelines Board Order No. 15- Submitted to RGB by NYSTNC1983 June 06

nam_apap198-5_30

130Money for Housing- P. Marcuse1983 August 01

nam_apap198-5_31

131New York City Apartment Law Insider1983 August

nam_apap198-5_32

132Fresh Meadows Tenants Association Newsletter1983 August- September

nam_apap198-5_33

133DCHR Publications1983-1986

nam_apap198-5_34

134Flyers- Various1983

nam_apap198-5_35

135RSA Reporter1983-1985

nam_apap198-5_36

136Propaganda Against Vacancy Increase1983

nam_apap198-5_37

137Senior Citizen Rent Increase Exemption1983

nam_apap198-5_38

138Regional Interagency Committee: A Conference to Explore Changes in the Banking Industry and the Impact on Consumers1984 January 28

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139Hollis Court Tenants Association Newsletter1984 February 11

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140Cit y Limits1984 Febraury- March

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141NYSTNC's " DHCR Sins"1984 September 18

nam_apap198-5_42

142A Critique of Proposed Rent Stabilization Association Code1984

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143Small Business Advisory Board1984

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144Tenants and Neighbors Newsletter1984

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145Cooperative and Condominium Conversion Handbookca. 1984

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146NYSTNC Press Conference 1985 January 29

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147Park West Village Associates against City of New York1985 April 26

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148DHCR Report to the Legislature on the Management of the Office of Rent Administration1985 June 15

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149In-House1985 July- 1986 March

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150Empire State Report- "No Vacancy"1985

nam_apap198-5_51

151Housing Policy Forum: Will There be Affordable Housing in New York City1985

nam_apap198-5_52

152Koch Rent Guidelines Board Attacks Low-Income Tenants Report1985

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21Region 2 In View1985

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22Tenant Alerts and Flyers1985

nam_apap198-5_55

23Tenants and Neighbors Newsletter1985-1999

nam_apap198-5_56

24New York State Budget Policy Statement1986 April- 1987 March

nam_apap198-5_57

25Citizen's Housing and Planning Council " The Assessor"1986 August

nam_apap198-5_58

26NYSTNC Brochure and Photographs1986

nam_apap198-5_59

27White Paper Report: "DHCR at the Crossroads"1987 June

nam_apap198-5_60

28The Office of Rent Administration: A Management Analysis1987 November

nam_apap198-5_61

29Excessive Charges for Late Rents: A Growing Problem for Upstate Tenants1987

nam_apap198-5_62

210Housing Reports1987-1988

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211Low-Income Housing Round Up and Related Pamphlets1987-1993

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212The Office of Rent Administration: A Management Analysis1987

nam_apap198-5_65

213NYSTNC Report on Rent Guidelines Board1987-1989

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214An Analysis of New York City Apartments with Rents of $750 or More1988 February

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215The ABC's of MCIs1988 March

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216Ansonia Tenants Coalition Newsletter1988 July

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217Proposed Office of Rent Administration Organization 1988

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218Tenant Unity Day1989 May 16

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219Housing and Homelessness: A Teaching Guide1989 August

nam_apap198-5_72

220The Cocoa Courier1989 September 15

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221Ernst and Whinney: A Review of Major Capital Improvement Program1989

nam_apap198-5_74

222Extending Conversion Protection Throughout New York State1989

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223Governor Mario M. Cuomo: Message to the Legislature1989

nam_apap198-5_76

224Report to the New York City Rent Guidelines Board1990 April 18

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225Rent Guideline Board Materials1990 May 8

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226Tenant Lobby Day1990 May 8

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227Community Training and Resource Center1990

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228Conference: Exploring Federal Subsidies1990

nam_apap198-5_81

229Manhattan Borough: Draft of " Strategic Policy Statement Summaries"1990

nam_apap198-5_82

230NYSTNC House Party Article1990

nam_apap198-5_83

231Price Index of Operating Costs of Rent Stabilized Apartment Houses in New York City1990

nam_apap198-5_84

232A Review of Income and Expense Issues and Recommendations for Research1990

nam_apap198-5_85

233Tenant Alerts and Flyers1990

nam_apap198-5_86

234Tenants and Neighbors Newsletter1990

nam_apap198-5_87

235Rent Control: Facts Not Fiction1991 January

nam_apap198-5_88

236Exploring Federal Subsidies: Education and Mobilization1991 February 8

nam_apap198-5_89

31Supportive Services for Elderly Residents of Government Assisted Naturally Occuring Retirement Communities in New York City1991 March

nam_apap198-5_90

32Taking Rent Control to Court- L. G. Cravitz1991 Spring

nam_apap198-5_91

33National Low Income Housing Coalition Memo to Members1991 August

nam_apap198-5_92

34The City-Wide Task Force on Housing Court Annual Report1991 August

nam_apap198-5_93

35City Limits1991

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36Dismantling Rent Regulations: Fiscal Benefits or Fiscal Disaster- E. Weinstock1991

nam_apap198-5_95

37Housing New York1991

nam_apap198-5_96

38Housing Insights1991

nam_apap198-5_97

39Rent Stabilized Housing in New York City: A Summary of Rent Guidelines Board Research1991

nam_apap198-5_98

310Tenant Alerts and Flyers1991

nam_apap198-5_99

311Tenant Inquilino1991

nam_apap198-5_100

312Empire State Report1992 December

nam_apap198-5_101

313Fact Sheets1992

nam_apap198-5_102

314Tenant Alerts and Flyers1992

nam_apap198-5_103

315Water Metering1992

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316Governor Mario M. Cuomo: State of the State Address1993 January 06

nam_apap198-5_105

317Stuyuesant Town Tenants Association1993 March

nam_apap198-5_106

318The Latino Journal1993 April

nam_apap198-5_107

319Neighborhood News1993 May

nam_apap198-5_108

320Tarrytown Tenants Association Newsletter1993 July

nam_apap198-5_109

321Housing and Vacancy Survey1993

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322Housing New York City- A.J. Blackman1993

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323Low-Income Housing Information Service- National Conference1993

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324Tenant Inquilino1993

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325Tenants and Neighbors Newsletter1993

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326Chelsea Clinton News1994 March

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327NYRAG Times1994 Spring

nam_apap198-5_116

328ANHD Weekly Reader1994

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329City Limits1994

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330Flyers- Various1994

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331HDFC Coalition Newsletter " Where We Live"1994

nam_apap198-5_120

332Landlord v. Tenant1994-1996

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333Manhattan Institute for Policy Research: A Proposal to Expand Housing and Economic Opportunities by Deregulating America's Rental Housing1994

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334Office of Rent Administration: Report to the Legislature1994

nam_apap198-5_123

335Shelterforce1994

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336Tenant Inquilino1994

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337The Task Force on City Owned Property Newsletter1995 Summer

nam_apap198-5_126

338Tenant Action News1995 Summer

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339Poverty and Race1995 September

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340EZ/EC News1995 October

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341Housing Minnesota1995 Fall

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342News From the Housing Trust Fund Project1995 Fall

nam_apap198-5_131

343Racefile1995 November- 1996 April

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344Action: Northwest Bronx Community and Clergy Coalition Newsletter1995

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345ANHD Weekly Reader1995

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346City Limits1995

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347Cost Cuts1995-1996

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348The Edna McConnell Clark Foundation Annual Report1995

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349The Landlord Tenant News1995

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350Lower Manhattan Loft Tenants1995-1996

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41Neighborhood News1995-1996

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42Network News1995-1996

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43Rent Propaganda1995

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44RSA Reporter1995

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45Tenant Inquilino1995

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46Tenants and Neighbors Newsletter1995

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47The Tenants' Voice Newsletter1995

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48Hunger Action1996 January 15

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49Disclosure: The National Newspaper of Neighbors1996 January-August

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410City Limits1996 April 29

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411Legal Services Journal1996 May

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412I'll Be There Jobs With Justice Newsletter1996 June

nam_apap198-5_151

413New York Diminished: The Effects of Budget Cuts on Neighborhood Services1996 June

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414Housing Environments Research Group1996 Summer

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415Tenant Times1996 Summer

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416Mitchell-Lama Resident's Coalition1996 September

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417Third Force1996 September

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418Housing Law Bulletin1996 October

nam_apap198-5_157

419The Fair Housing Report1996 Fall

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420Ahora Now1996 Winter

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421ANHD Weekly Reader1996

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422Bronx Legal Services Brief1996

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423Council Member Andrew Eristoff Reports to the Community1996

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424City Limits and 20th Anniversary Program1996

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425DC37 Housing Committee Resource Manual1996

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426-27Flyers- Various1996

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428Rebuilding New York's Neighborhoods1996

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429Searchlight on the City Council1996

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430Tenant Inquilino1996

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431Tenants and Neighbors Newsletter1996

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432Tenants Rights and Organizing Conference1996

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433Rent Destabilization Study II- M. Green1997 May 18

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434Dispelling Information About Rent Controls1997 May

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435The Daily Packet1997

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436Flyers- Various1997

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437Housing Conditions and Problems in New York City: An Analysis of the 1996 Housing and Vacancy Survey1997

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438Mitchell-Lama Resident's Coalition1997

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439Tenant Inquilino1997

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440Tenant Times1997

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441-42Vacancy Decontrol1997

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443Mitchell-Lama Resident's Coalition1998

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444Tenant Action News1998

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445Tenant Inquilino1998

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51Tenants and Neighbors Newsletter1998

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52Tenant Times1998

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53The Tenants' Voice Newsletter1998

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54Tenant Alerts and Flyers2000

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55ANHD Weekly Reader2001 July 13

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56Mayoral Forum of New York City2001 July 18

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57Newsletters2001

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58New York City Coalition to End Lead Poisioning- Press Packet2002 November 14

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59The Park West Tenant2002 June

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510Lawyers Alliance for New York Newsletter2002 Summer

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511Rent 2002- Campaign Materials2002

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512Northwest Bronx Community and Clergy CoalitionUndated

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513Myths and Facts about Rent ControlUndated

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514Tenant's Manual to Fighting ArsonUndated
Quantity: 1.5 cubic ft. (about 1.5 boxes)
The Audio Visual Materials series is arranged chronologically.
The Audio Visual Materials series contains videotapes with the Tenants and Neighbors Show, NAHT Conferences and other rallies/picketing and politician speeches. Eight U-Matic tapes of the Tenants & Neighbors show is also included within this series.
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nam_apap198-6_1

Video-Tape 1Inside Albany1987 May 10, 1987 May 17

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Video-Tape 2Inside Albany1992 May 17

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Video-Tape 3Morris & Carrick NYS Democratic Committee "Protect"1997 April 25

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Video-Tape 4Morris & Carrick New Yorkers to Save Rent Protection "Disaster"1997 May 14

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Video-Tape 5Governor Pataki Rent Speech1997 May 15

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Video-Tape 6Albany Rally Volcanic Video1997 May

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Video-Tape 7Rent War: Road to City Hall/ On the Line1997 May

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Video-Tape 8Governor Pataki, Senator Bruno, Member of Assembly Silver: Events in Room 250/ The Capital1997 June 15-16

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Video-Tape 9Morris & Carrick New Yorkers to Save Rent Protection "Countdown"1997 June

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Video-Tape 10Rent Wars1997 June

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Video-Tape 11The Tenants & Neighbors Show: Con-Con # 11997 October

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Video-Tape 12The Tenants & Neighbors Show: Rent Controlled Tenants The Forgotten Minority # 21997 November

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Video-Tape 13The Tenants & Neighbors Show # 31997 December

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Video-Tape 14Tenants & Neighbors: Money, Style, and Power1997

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Video-Tape 15Rent Campaign 19971997

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Video-Tape 16Waffle Breakfast in Albany and Office Interviews1998 January 06

nam_apap198-6_17

Video-Tape 1"Hells Kitchen Fights Developers" 1998 January 21

nam_apap198-6_18

Video-Tape 2The Tenants & Neighbors Show: The Leo house # 51998 Febrauary

nam_apap198-6_19

Video-Tape 3The Tenants & Neighbors Show: How to Survive Housing Court # 61998 March

nam_apap198-6_20

Video-Tape 4The Tenant & Neighbors Show: SRO Tenants Unite! # 71998 April

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Video-Tape 5The Tenants & Neighbors Show: Holding HUD Accountable # 81998 May

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Video-Tape 6Picket Pataki1998 June

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Video-Tape 7The Tenants & Neighbors Show: The 1998 Rent Hike Rip Off # 91998 June

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Video-Tape 8Tenants and Neighbors Video1998 June

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Video-Tape 9NAHT Conference Part 11998 June

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Video-Tape 10NAHT Conference Part 21998 June

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Video-Tape 11NAHT Conference Part 31998 June

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Video-Tape 12T & N Shows1998 July

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Video-Tape 13The Tenants & Neighbors Show: Guiliani's Rent Guide # 101998 July

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Video-Tape 14Michael McKee on "Good Day"1998 August 16

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Video-Tape 15The Tenants & Neighbors Show: Tenants to D.C. : Save Our Homes # 111998 August

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Video-Tape 16The Tenants & Neighbors Show: The Pitfalls of Subletting # 121998 September

nam_apap198-6_33

Video-Tape 1The Tenants & Neighbors Show: The 1997 Rent Law- One Year Later # 131998 September

nam_apap198-6_34

Video-Tape 2 The Tenants & Neighbors Show: The Rent 2000 Campaign # 141998 October

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Video-Tape 3 The Tenants & Neighbors Show: Tenant Power at the Ballot Box # 151998 November

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Video-Tape 4 The Tenants & Neighbors Show: Leo House Tenants Evicted The Struggle Continues # 161998 December

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Video-Tape 5Tuesday- D. C. Demonstration1998

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Video-Tape 6Rent Guidelines Board1998

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Video-Tape 7 The Tenants & Neighbors Show: Housing Court- Worse and Worse # 171999 February

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Video-Tape 8 The Tenants & Neighbors Show:Loft Tenants at Risk # 181999 March

nam_apap198-6_41

Video-Tape 9 The Tenants & Neighbors Show: Mitchell-Lama at the Chopping Block # 191999 April

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Video-Tape 10 The Tenants & Neighbors Show: Public Housing Saved From Drowning # 201999 May

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Video-Tape 11R & B Raw Footage1999 May

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Video-Tape 12 The Tenants & Neighbors Show: Taking albany By Storm # 231999 June

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Video-Tape 13Tenants & Neighbors1999 September 7

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Video-Tape 14The Tenants & Neighbors Show: Pitfalls of Subletting # 241999 October

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Video-Tape 15 The Tenants & Neighbors Show: Get the Lead Out # 251999 October

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Video-Tape 16 The Tenants & Neighbors Show: Dangerous Landlord Loopholes # 261999 December

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Video-Tape 1Mitchell-Lama Lobby Day1999

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Video-Tape 2 The Tenants & Neighbors Show: Will the City Council Shaft Tenants # 272000 January

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Video-Tape 3 The Tenants & Neighbors Show:Loft Law Meets Quick Draw # 282000 Febraury

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Video-Tape 4 The Tenants & Neighbors Show: # 292000 Febraury

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Video-Tape 5 The Tenants & Neighbors Show: Mitchell-Llama Fights Back # 302000 Febraury

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Video-Tape 6 The Tenants & Neighbors Show:Rent 2000: Victory for Tenants # 312000 April

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Video-Tape 7 The Tenants & Neighbors Show: HUD Tenants Getting It Together # 322000 May

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Video-Tape 8 The Tenants & Neighbors Show: Sublet Guide # 12/242000 July

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Video-Tape 9 The Tenants & Neighbors Show: Renting and Raving # 332000 July

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Video-Tape 10 The Tenants & Neighbors Show:Landlords and the Big Lie # 342000 July

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Video-Tape 11 The Tenants & Neighbors Show: The Sublet Guide # 12/242000 August

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Video-Tape 12 The Tenants & Neighbors Show: A Bounty on Tenants Heads # 352000 October

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Video-Tape 13 The Tenants & Neighbors Show: Pitaki's Sneak Attack on Tenants # 362000 November

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Video-Tape 14 The Tenants & Neighbors Show: The Lead Law: A Year Later # 372000 November

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Video-Tape 15Dangers of Primary Residence Decontrol2001 January

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Video-Tape 16Pataki Trashes Tenant Rights2001 February 01

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Video-Tape 1The High Income Decontrol Trap2001 Febraury

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Video-Tape 2Tenants & Neighbors2001 May 02

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Video-Tape 3Owner Use Eviction2001 July 03

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Video-Tape 4Rent 2002 Campaign2001 December 14

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Video-Tape 5Tenant Association Meeting in Washington D.C.2002 June

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Video-Tape 6Rally March2002 June

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Video-Tape 790 Days- DocumentaryUndated

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Video-Tape 8"Hot Line" # 1 with Sam HimmelsteinUndated

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Video-Tape 9Leo House Tenants Evicted- The Fight ContinuesUndated

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Video-Tape 10PBS Frontline- Other Peoples MoneyUndated

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Video-Tape 11Rent Guidelines HearingUndated

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Video-Tape 1The Tenants & Neighbors Show: # 292000 March

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Video-Tape 2The Tenants & Neighbors Show: Mitchell- Llama Fights Back # 302000 April

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Video-Tape 3The Tenants & Neighbors Show: Rent 2000: Victory for Tenants # 312000 May

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Video-Tape 4The Tenants & Neighbors Show: HUD Tenants Getting it Together # 322000 June

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Video-Tape 5The Tenants & Neighbors Show: Renting and Raving # 332000 July

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Video-Tape 6The Tenants & Neighbors Show: The Sublet Guide # 12/242000 August

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Video-Tape 7The Tenants & Neighbors Show: Pitfalls of Subletting # 352000 September

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Video-Tape 8The Tenants & Neighbors Show: The Lead Law: A Year Later # 372000 December
Quantity: 1.8 cubic ft. (about 1.8 boxes)
The National Housing Issues series is arranged chronologically.
The National Housing Issues series focuses on renters' issues from a national perspective. Much of the materials come from the National Alliance of HUD Tenants as well as the Low Income Housing Information Service.
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11Department of Housing and Urban Development- Title 24, Chapter IV, Part 403 Materials1977-1978

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12National Committee for Rent Control - Fact Sheets1978

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13National Housing Law Project- Security Deposit Packet1980

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14Washington, D.C. Housing Statistics, Uniformed Planned Community Act1980

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15Enterprise Zone Legislation and U.S. Congressman Jack Kemp- Housing Resolutions1980-1983

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16National Housing and Urban Development (HUD) Materials1980-1988

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17National Housing Law Project- Legislative Update on House Authorization Bill1983

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18Low Income Housing Information Service1983-1993

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19Low Income Housing Information Service1984-1993

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110Housing at Risk: Expiring Federal Subsidies1987-1988

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111Housing at Risk: Expiring Federal Subsidies1988

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112National Housing Law Project: State and Local Iniatives to Preserve Subsized Rental Housing1988

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113Northeast States: Proposals on Federal Incentives Needed to Preserve Assisted Housing1989

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114Community Service Society- Papers on National Housing Issues1990

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115Congressional Record- House1990

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116HUD Tenant Alerts1990, Undated

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117 Low Income Housing Information Service- Pamphlets1990-1992, Undated

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118National Affordable Housing Act- Agency Questions1990, 1991, Undated

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119National Affordability Housing Act- Supprt Materials1992, Undated

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120On Your Mark, Get Set, Take Control: A Guide for Residents About the First Nine Months of the Title 6 Program1993

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121National Housing and Urban Developments- National Low Income Housing Coalition1994-1997

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122NYS Tenants & Neighbors Coalition National Memoranda1995, Undated

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123National Alliance of HUD Tenants1997 July

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124National Alliance of HUD Tenants1997 August

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125Report on S. 462 the Public Housing Reform & Responsibility Act of 19971997 August

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21National Alliance of HUD Tenants1997 September

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22National Alliance of HUD Tenants1997 October

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23National Alliance of HUD Tenants1997 November- December

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24National Alliance of HUD Tenants1999 January-March

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25National Alliance of HUD Tenants1999 April-June

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26National Alliance of HUD Tenants1999 July-August

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27Memo to Members: The Weekly Newsletter of the National Low Income Housing Coalition1999 September-December

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31National Alliance of HUD Tenants1999 September-December

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32National Alliance of HUD Tenants2000 January-March

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33National Alliance of HUD Tenants2000 April-August

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34National Alliance of HUD Tenants- Nassau County2000 April-December

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35National Alliance of HUD Tenants2000 September-December

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36National Alliance of HUD Tenants2001 January-April

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37National Alliance of HUD Tenants2001 May-August
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The News Clippings series is arranged chronologically.
The News Clippings series represents Tenants & Neighbors voice in the press. Much of it is Op Ed pieces written by Michael McKee. The bulk of the materials is from 1997, focusing on rent decontrol. Various rent protest and rallies that Tenants & Neighbors participated in or organized are also found in this series.
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11News Clippings1970-1991

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12News Clippings1992-1996

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13-4News Clippings1997

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15News Clippings1998

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16News Clippings2001, Undated