City Council Considers Tenant Protection Bill Package

Speaker Corey Johnson recently introduced a package of bills that focus on protecting tenants in rent-stabilized apartments from harassment by the owners. With the speaker in support of them, the bills have a good chance of passage in the Democrat-controlled Council with some minor revisions and amendments. However, the legislation is likely to face strong opposition from New York’s real estate industry, and it’s not immediately clear whether the bills have the full support of Mayor Bill de Blasio.

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