Our community is being bombarded with MCIs. With five (5) rent increases approved and thousands of dollars at stake for tenants, the TA is working with attorney and electeds to get Orders rescinded. Emergency tenant meeting date/time to be announced soon.
DHCR has slapped PCV tenants with a rent increase order, less than a week after hitting Stuy Towners with one for their video intercom. This one— for the TV/Security System and Video Command Center—has reached PCV first, but the system is complex-wide and the MCI is expected to hit Stuy Town also—effectively doubling down on Stuytowners already reeling from last week’s order.
Agency’s failure to consider our attorney’s prior filing of objections suggests implementation of $12-$15 per month rent increase may be reconsidered.
CW Capital answers Tenants Rent Reduction Application before New York State Housing and Community Renewal. Uses opportunity to publicly call tenants “crass, petty and mean spirited”. Characterizes tenant’s application as an “opportunity to profit”.
Major candidates from both Democrat and Republican parties have confirmed. Join us at I.S. 104 for this first ever event.
With so many complaints of unauthorized access by management we thought it important to explain your rights as well as your responsibilities.
UPDATE: 5/14/2013: A FOURTH report has just been confirmed. See more.
With increasing reports of serious felonies and “open-door” invitations to crime in our community, Tenants Association advises residents to double lock and keep eyes open.
Survey of dates for restoration of services for evaluation of additional rebates, property losses, and issues with gas repairs.
The long awaited Roberts settlement was just announced.
Takes issue with residents having to sign a wavier to retrieve their property.
Association to communicate directly to the bondholders CW Capital represents since CW won’t engage with the tenants who live here.
In response to a complaint by the Tenants Association, CW Capital’s property manager for Stuyvesant Town and Peter Cooper Village has ended videotaping and photographing of residents at Oval events.
A survey of fire doors and stairways conducted by TA volunteers finds many fire doors that do not close, other fire safety violations, and evidence of stairways being used for inappropriate activities.
In an update to the Roberts class, its attorneys report a change in policy by CW Capital Asset Management (CWCAM) on when it would raise the preferential rent if permitted.
TA reaches out to the new General Manager, Sean Sullivan regarding unresolved basic maintenance and quality of life issues.