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Senator Robach Announces Funding For Renewable Energy Project At Monroe County Office Building

Rochester, NY - December 19, 2007 - New York State Senator Joseph E. Robach, joined by County Executive Maggie Brooks, announced today that Monroe County...

Enterprise Announces Commitment to Create and Preserve 15,000 Environmentally Friendly Homes for Low-Income New...

Issues $30 Million Challenge to Green Affordable Housing in New York Partners with Clinton Climate Initiative to Bring Green Affordable Housing to Scale New York, NY,...

Clinton Climate Initiative Allows Nation’s Largest Public Housing Authority to Become Energy Efficient and...

Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg, former President Bill Clinton, and U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) Secretary Alphonso Jackson today announced the first-ever...

New Rule to Make On-Site Power Generation Technology Available to Residential and Commercial Building...

Standard for Safe Use and Installation of Energy-Efficient Microturbine Systems Will Enable Owners to Participate in PlaNYC Goal of Increasing Clean Power Generation New York...

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Rep. Maloney Slams Proposed Federal Funding Cuts for Public Housing, Attends...

Congresswoman Carolyn B. Maloney joined with New Yorkers from across the city for the No HUD Cuts rally at 26 Federal Plaza. The gathered crowd was there to protest the proposed $6.2 billion budget cut to the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development that would negatively impact millions across the country. After the rally, she released the following statement

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A.G. Schneiderman, DA Gonzalez Announce The Indictments Of Nine Defendants For...

New York State Attorney General Eric Schneiderman, together with Acting Brooklyn District Attorney Eric Gonzalez, today announced that nine individuals have been variously charged with money laundering, mortgage fraud, grand larceny, conspiracy, and other charges related to their participation in a scheme to defraud mortgage lenders that spanned two New York City boroughs and resulted in over $1 million in ill-gotten mortgage loans