The Santana family left one NYCHA apartment after Superstorm Sandy, only to be moved to another filled with mold.
Residents of the Castle Hill Houses filed a lawsuit against NYCHA for conditions at the 14-building development with the hope that something will finally get fixed.
Chairwoman Shola Olatoye listened to residents tell stories of NYCHA’s inability to manage maintenance problems.
A city Department of Investigation internal report details how, in many cases, mold returned after court-mandated repairs of NYCHA apartments.
City Housing Authority plumbers pull in big bucks amid moisture-driven mold crisis and a repair backlog.
Many NYCHA tenants report suffering from respiratory woes as science points to a mold-asthma link.
A year after the city promised a clean-up, the toxic scourge continues to plague many public housing residents.
City public housing residents share their frustration over the physical and emotional toll of living with mold.
Writing for the Daily News, Shola Olatoye says that “innovative, practical, difficult choices” are on tap for the city’s public housing agency.
Research studies are beginning to link mold to asthma symptoms – which comes to no surprise to the estimated 10 percent of NYCHA tenants who suffer from the serious respiratory condition.