Trump targets Fair Housing rule, Cuomo tells NYC to remove graffiti, & more

By Jennifer White Karp  |
July 24, 2020 - 10:30AM

The Trump administration plans to repeal an Obama-era rule intended to combat historic racial discrimination in housing (NPR)

School principals blasted an “alarming lack of direction” in the city’s plans for reopening school buildings Sept. 10th (Chalkbeat)

Governor Andrew Cuomo called on Mayor Bill de Blasio to remove anti-police graffiti from NYC buildings (New York Post)

What are the fees and liabilities of owning a vacation rental property? (Considerable)

Eight public pools open today: Mullaly in The Bronx; Liberty and Fisher in Queens; Sunset and Kosciusko in Brooklyn; Wagner in Manhattan; and Tottenville and Lyons on Staten Island (New York Post)

As part of the new NYC Recovery Data Partnership, StreetEasy will provide the city with weekly real estate data broken down by neighborhood (press release)



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