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Preventing the next Surfside, no MTA fare hike, & more

By Emily Myers | July 20, 2021 - 10:45AM 

Emily Myers for Brick Underground

The tragic building collapse in Surfside is drawing attention to NYC condo and co-op boards' responsibilities and the need for structural integrity inspections by the city (The Real Deal)

Housing officials reach a deal to turn 14 homeless shelters in the Bronx into permanent affordable housing for hundreds of families (City Limits)

The city's homeless youth are finally getting rent help, but the aid could be short lived (The City)

As New Yorkers slowly return to the subway, MTA board members say there's no fare hike this year (Gothamist) 

Pandemic safety nets like the eviction moratorium and unemployment benefits are coming to an end—here's advice on how to cope (The New York Times)

After years of neglect NYCHA plans to overhaul its closed and rundown playgrounds (The City)

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