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Episode 56: 90%, with NYCHA Interim Chair & CEO Stanley Brezenoff

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1 year ago

Episode 88: 6 months, with Gregory Russ

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2 months ago

Episode 80: 90%, with Sean Campion

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7 months ago

Episode 127: The Future Of NYCHA With City Council Member Alicka Ampry - Samuel

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1 year ago

Joe Strasburg 6-9-19

CATS Roundtable
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10 months ago

Episode 151: NYCHA's Future, With Interim CEO Kathryn Garica

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11 months ago

Episode 84: $15 billion, with Dean Fuleihan

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5 months ago

Episode 70: $175.5 billion

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1 year ago

Episode 69: 5, with Alicia Glen

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1 year ago

Episode 86: $28.8 billion, the Holiday Edition

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4 months ago

Episode 62: $175 Billion

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1 year ago
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90% is the share of NYCHA units CBC estimates may not be cost effective to repair by 2027 under the current trajectory of deterioration. NYCHA Interim Chair and CEO Stan Brezenoff joined CBC to discuss the policy and funding challenges facing NYCHA, and how he plans to tackle key areas in desperate need of improvement.