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Helicopter noise lawsuits, rent strike in Harlem, & more

By Jennifer White Karp | June 6, 2022 - 10:30AM

Property tax rebate checks will arrive in mailboxes much earlier this year (New York Post)

Legislation that allows New Yorkers to sue companies for excessive helicopter noise passes both houses in the legislature (amNY)

Are shareholders responsible for the cost of eliminating bedbugs in a co-op building? (The New York Times)

Harlem tenants at 1833 Adam Clayton Powell Jr. Blvd. will go on a rent strike to protest conditions at the fire-damaged building (press release)

An effort to mandate fire sprinkler systems in NYC residential buildings appears to be going nowhere (Gothamist)

What it’s like living in New Haven, Connecticut, a city that’s seeing a comeback (The New York Times)

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