Council Set to Pass Legislation Doubling Fines For Landlords Found Guilty of Harassment

Real Estate Board Opposes Chin Bill That Would Mandate Tenant Relocation Funds

Chin, Council Colleagues Launch Hepatitis B Awareness Week

Council Member Chin Allocates $600,000 For New Seward Park Basketball Courts

NYCHA Community Centers Saved; Council member Chin Celebrates

Mayor Signs Council Member Chin’s Senior Rent Relief Bill

DOE Reverses Unpopular Co-Location Plan at University Neighborhood HS

Council Member Margaret Chin Advocates For Paid Sick Leave, Tenant Rights, Senior Services

City Council Committee Assignments: Chin Heads Aging, Mendez Loses Public Housing Post

A New Speaker, New Roles For Lower East Side Council Members

Lower East Side Residents Host Margaret Chin Celebration January 13

Celebrating Margaret Chin’s Victory, Promising a Progressive Tilt in NYC

City Council Co-Names Section of Elizabeth Street “Private Danny Chen Way”

The City Council has voted to co-name of section of Elizabeth Street in memory of Army Private Danny Chen.

City Council Members Chin, Mendez Re-Elected; Silver Congratulates Democratic Victors

It was a landslide for Bill de Blasio last night, as New York City elected its first Democratic mayor in two decades.  There wasn’t much suspense down the ballot; local office holders Margaret Chin and Rosie Mendez coasted to easy victories and will be returning to the City Council for four more years.

Chin, Parents Tell DOE New High School Plan is Misguided

Last night, parents and other concerned residents crowded into a meeting room at University Neighborhood High School to speak out about a plan to move a second school into a century-old building on the Lower East Side.