Next City Two Cities Aim to Curb the Privatization of Public Spaces by Rochel Dovey

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Two Cities Aim to Curb the Privatization of Public Spaces
Rochel Dovey
11/27/2017

Meanwhile, legislation that passed the New York City Council earlier this month aims to hold local landlords accountable for their POPS. The rules — part of a package authored by Council Member Ben Kallos — would require additional signage in all POPS areas detailing amenities and hours of operation, and include a website address where visitors could find out more information and register complaints. Landlords who don’t comply could face fines of between $4,000 and $10,000.

Issue: 
Affordable Housing