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The New York City Housing Authority (NYCHA) repeatedly lied to deny the findings of a lengthy investigation by Daily News reporter Greg. B. Smith that uncovered fetid conditions at the 175,000 apartments in the country's largest housing authority. Once the cover-up was exposed, NYCHA entered into an unprecedented consent decree to allow a federal monitor to oversee its operations.
The New York City Housing Authority (NYCHA), the country's largest landlord, provides housing for New York City's poorest residents. WWOR-TV's investigation proved the Federal tax dollars that fund maintenance of these housing projects were used, at times, to line the pockets of a few Housing Inspectors. The residents suffer as a result.
The Village Voice examines the case of a young girl being raped twice while in a New York City Housing Authority building that did not have any locks. Following the second rape, the victim and her mother sued the NYCHA for negligence. (January 30, 1996)