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Breaking: City Agrees to Permanent Affordable Housing in SPURA Project

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There’s news from tonight’s CB3 meeting. Council member Margaret Chin just announced that the city has agreed to permanent affordable housing in the Seward Park project. Previously the city committed to only 60 years for SPURA’s affordable apartments. Chin is pictured above with Council member Rosie Mendez and CB3 Chair Dominic Berg.

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  1. Who cares, we’ll all be dead by then, eaten by the alien zombies from planet Quak 9 who invade in 2044.

  2. @a485a947c549660f0aa4cd3c6bbb1e45:disqus  – I see you repeating an old cycle in this neighborhood.

    The Quak 9ers will, like every other immigrant group to come to the LES, face hostility at first from previous waves.  People will complain that they are taking scarce jobs and housing –  and throw around slurs like “zombies”.  But eventually, they will be accepted as part of the rich, diverse fabric that is the Lower East Side.  And their children will be able to stay in the neighborhood because of the permanent affordable housing at SPURA.

    Bravo, CB3.

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