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December 28, 1992 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
The number of families waiting for city-run public housing in New York City has reached a record 240,000, and the wait for some could be 20 years, a newspaper reported. "There has been no meaningful construction of new apartments, and the city does not have the means to construct housing in a major way," Sally Hernandez-Pinero, chairwoman of the Housing Authority, told the New York Times.
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NEWS
December 28, 1992 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
The number of families waiting for city-run public housing in New York City has reached a record 240,000, and the wait for some could be 20 years, a newspaper reported. "There has been no meaningful construction of new apartments, and the city does not have the means to construct housing in a major way," Sally Hernandez-Pinero, chairwoman of the Housing Authority, told the New York Times.
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NEWS
December 22, 1992 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Mayor David N. Dinkins heard a plaintive, angry cry when he arrived at a church overflowing with mourners for the revered grade school principal killed by gunfire while trying to find a troubled pupil. "Do something about Red Hook!" people yelled to Dinkins, referring to the crime-ridden Brooklyn area where Patrick Daly was killed. "Let us remember why we're here," he replied. The mayor led the mourners at Our Lady Queen of Peace Church on Staten Island, across New York Harbor from Red Hook.
NEWS
December 22, 1992 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Mayor David N. Dinkins heard a plaintive, angry cry when he arrived at a church overflowing with mourners for the revered grade school principal killed by gunfire while trying to find a troubled pupil. "Do something about Red Hook!" people yelled to Dinkins, referring to the crime-ridden Brooklyn area where Patrick Daly was killed. "Let us remember why we're here," he replied. The mayor led the mourners at Our Lady Queen of Peace Church on Staten Island, across New York Harbor from Red Hook.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 14, 1990 | JILL STEWART, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Ending a yearlong search, Mayor Tom Bradley and housing officials Friday announced the selection of New York City's chief operating officer of public housing to run Los Angeles' 21 scattered and troubled housing projects. Joseph Shuldiner, 45, who takes on the $135,000-a-year job as director of the Los Angeles Housing Authority in May, will leave a massive agency of 15,000 employees that provides housing to 600,000 poor tenants.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 14, 1990 | JILL STEWART, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Ending a yearlong search, Mayor Tom Bradley and housing officials Friday announced the selection of New York City's chief operating officer of public housing to run Los Angeles' 21 scattered and troubled housing projects. Joseph Shuldiner, 45, who takes on the $135,000-a-year job as director of the Los Angeles Housing Authority in May, will leave a massive agency of 15,000 employees that provides housing to 600,000 poor tenants.
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