“This filing is another step on the road to fixing NYCHA. We are in the middle of productive conversations with Secretary Carson and the U.S. Attorney to improve the quality of life for the 400,000 New Yorkers who call NYCHA home. We all agree that the best outcome relies upon the City and federal government working together, and we look forward to continuing these discussions.
“This has been a week of real reform in our efforts to turn NYCHA around after decades of neglect. We have secured a new labor agreement to bring seven-day custodial services to NYCHA for the first time in 50 years. We released a detailed plan to renovate tens of thousands of apartments, and we are putting new management fixes in place to hold NYCHA more accountable to its residents. This is positive momentum, and we all need to work together to ensure it continues.”