March 2018, Vol. 245, No. 3

Editor's Notebook

Guest Editorial: NYC Housing not Feeling the Heat

The finger-pointing among government officials began quickly when thousands of New York City Housing Authority (NYCHA) residents were literally left in the cold as the temperature dropped to record lows. So far, unsurprisingly, no one is taking the blame for the unacceptable state of public housing heating infrastructure, which failed in dozens of buildings. Yet resident leaders have been calling for upgrades for years, warning that exactly what did happen would happen. But NYCHA residents don’t need a culprit, they need action. And while the heating crisis prompted new promises from elected officials for new spending on infrastructure, forgive us residents if we are skeptical that the wor

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