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An Evaluation of the Bloomberg Housing Program and Recommendations to Strengthen Affordable Housing PolicyJanuary 1, 2013
ANHD's research finds that 1/3 of subsidized housing built in NYC since 2003 is unaffordable for local residents. Report includes tools to help city and local organizations gauge how well proposed housing will meet community needs.
Examines the distinctive practice the settlement house model has generated and illustrates how this practice creates a settlement house advantage that is worthy of attention. The first part of this report describes the principles that frame settlement house practice and the second part illustrates the value of this practice in settlement house programs for disconnected youth and immigrant families.
Our third Report Card on Beaches looked at the seven municipal swimming beaches with an eye toward trends across six years. The average beach score increased from an F in 2007 to a B+ in 2011.
Overall, the city's public swimming beaches showed moderate improvement from the 2007 Report Card on Beaches to the 2009 report, in which three beaches were rated "Satisfactory" versus only one in 2007. However, four out of seven properties were rated "Challenged" or "Unsatisfactory," showing that the City's beaches still lack sufficient care.
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