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NYCHA protest at Taft House on March 17, 2018/ File photo by Betsy Kim NYCHA protest at Taft House on March 17, 2018/ File photo by Betsy Kim

NEW YORK CITY—Under an administrative agreement entered into on Jan. 31, 2019, the New York City Housing Authority must reform its operations and substantially improve living conditions for its residents. This includes under a federal monitor, remedying five problems: lead paint hazards, mold, rats, lack of heat and broken elevators. The City must also select a new permanent chair and CEO of NYCHA. Stanley Brezenoff has been working in the interim in these roles, following Shola Olaytoye resignation as NYCHA’s chairwoman in April.

Betsy Kim

Betsy Kim is the bureau chief, East Coast, and New York City reporter for Real Estate Forum and GlobeSt.com. As a lawyer and journalist, Betsy has worked as the director of editorial and content for LexisNexis Lawyers.com, a TV/multi-media journalist for NBC and CBS affiliated TV stations in the Midwest, and an associate producer at Court TV.

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