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I do not like visiting the 35 homeless shelters our company operates too often. It’s not because of any issue with the facilities as...
Westchester County is poised to enact a law that would prohibit private employers from asking about an individual’s criminal record on the initial job application.
Every year the National Low Income Housing Coalition releases its “Out of Reach” report showing how much you need to earn to afford a modest apartment in your county. And every year Westchester County and Long Island rank among the least affordable places to live.
As a social services agency dealing with the homeless, we are seeing more deaths from drug overdoses.
It is poorly understood that there is no such thing as affordable new construction in Westchester and Fairfield counties without huge federal, state and...
A senior fellow of the Brookings Institution says it’s not just the top 1 percent of Americans by income who are responsible for growing income and wealth inequality.
In November, Greenburgh Town Supervisor Paul Feiner announced on Facebook that the town had just installed solar panels on the roof of town hall,...
Goal-based regulation would insure that projects receive time limits and bureaucrats who delay consideration of approvals would be held accountable.
Social science is on the cusp of a revolution as the introduction of big data is allowing us to measure social ills and inequality, as well as evaluate taxpayer-funded social programs that have been long on promise but short on objective results.
The HUD Office of General Counsel issued an advisory that says that owners must look at the nature, severity or “recency” of the criminal conduct and then make an “individualized assessment.”