The myth of NYC rent control
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In affirming the decision, Appellate Court judges Carmen Alvarez, Harry Carroll and Ronald Reisner considered that the 114 contested provisional ballots were enough to change the result of the referendum that was decided in November by a 52-vote difference. “Given the importance of this public question to both landlords and tenants in Hoboken, and the extreme closeness of the vote on the issue, we conclude that the trial judge’s resolution of the election contest was consistent with the underlying purpose of the election laws,” the appellate judges wrote. The appellate court judge found that “however well intentioned” web site the Secretary of State’s emergency directives to allow displaced Hoboken residents to vote provisionally, there was a failure to advise them of the difference between the provisional ballot and the ballots at Hoboken. polling stations.
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Appellate court clears Hoboken rent control referendum for November election
And their answer was simple: rent control. Those two sweet words are dear to the hearts of many a New York renter. They refer to a historic policy , established in 1943, that intended to protect consumers from rapid inflation by freezing the prices of many things including rent.
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