10/20/2014 New Kings Politics: Brooklyn’s Electeds Lead Rally For Affordable Housing, by Stephen Witt “Assemblyman Walter T. Mosley noted that Crown Heights has changed dramatically over the course of the last 10 years and what once was affordable is no longer. Many of the residents of the Jewish Hospital Apartment complex will be forced to leave a neighborhood they have lived in for years because of Alma Realty’s actions. The de-stabilization of the Crown Heights apartment will substantially represent a lost for affordability in Brooklyn,” he said.” Click here to read more

10/20/2014 DNAinfo: Officials Threaten Astoria Cove Project Over Brooklyn Rent Fight,by Rachel Holliday Smith. – “Elected leaders stood with tenants of the Brooklyn Jewish Hospital complex in Crown Heights over the weekend to deliver a clear message to the landlord: keep apartments rent stabilized, or else.” Click here to read more

08/11/2014 New York Daily News: Affordable housing units in downtown Brooklyn should be made available to the widest possible audience,by Assemblyman Walter T. Mosley, Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adam, Council Member Laurie Cumbo and President of the Downtown Brooklyn Partnership Tucker Reed. – “By working with stakeholders across the spectrum — and improving the policies and lottery administration in the ways we laid out above — we can and will develop new ways to help meet our community’s housing needs.” Click here to read more

07/29/2014 The Brooklyn Reader: Assemblyman Walter T. Mosley to sponsor bill making chokeholds illegal, by Brooklyn Reader – “The NYPD already banned the chokehold as a means of force or restraint. However, they can be disregarded as being held under the same standards because they’re police officers, and they’re given another standard that regular people could not exercise.” Click here to read more

07/21/2014 Brooklyn Daily Eagle: Caribbean-American Chamber announces upcoming gala’s honorees, by Rob Abruzzese. – “In our efforts to rebrand the caucus weekend — because we thought it was kind of antiquated where we go to seminars, have a dinner, but nothing transpires — we’ve narrowed the scope of the seminars and have gotten Google to agree to expand its marketplace in the state.” Click here to read more

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