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Mayor Announces Supportive Housing Task Force


Mayor Bill de Blasio and advocates at the announcement of a new Supportive Housing Task Force.

On January 12, Mayor Bill de Blasio visited Catholic Charities’ Bishop Joseph M. Sullivan Residence to announce the formation of a Supportive Housing Task Force to help the city implement its plan to create 15,000 units of supportive housing over the next fifteen years. The Mayor was joined by HRA Commissioner Steve Banks, HPD Commissioner Vicki Been and many of the new task force members. The announcement is a momentous step forward in the preservation and development of supportive housing across New York.

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