NYC homeowners get $14k incentive for climate-friendly upgrades. Here’s who qualifies

Source: Gothamist, May 30, 2024 Low- and middle-income homeowners in New York are eligible for up to $14,000 for climate-friendly upgrades like insulation and heat pumps, Gov. Kathy Hochul and U.S. Energy Secretary Jennifer Granholm said on Thursday. The new funding through President Joe Biden’s Inflation Reduction Act is meant to accelerate electrification, which is

Opposition to the 1727 Amsterdam Project & Support More Low-Income Housing and Equitable Economic Development Opportunities for West Harlem

As concerned Hamilton Heights/West Harlem residents and voting constituents, and members of the West Harlem Community Preservation Organization, we are OPPOSED to the proposed 1727 Amsterdam Avenue Supportive Housing Project, which will replace the existing Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC), eliminating the vital medical services currently provided there to our community and beyond. This project

Government’s Impact on Historic Neighborhoods –
2024 Preservation Conference

Hosted by West Harlem Community Preservation Organization & Historic Districts Council Saturday, March 9, 20249:00 a.m. – 3:00 pmThe City College of New York Breakfast and a light lunch will be provided  AIA continuing education credit available for each panel provided by Brooklyn AIA – How do communities within New York City navigate significant government initiatives