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The New York City Human Resources Administration has inked a 20-year lease for 400,000 square feet at a 10-story building at 470 Vanderbilt Avenue in the Fort Greene area of Brooklyn, the New York Times reported, in what is, so far, the biggest real estate deal in Brooklyn in 2011 and brings the building to 85 percent occupancy.
I wound up spending the next 22 years at the New York City Human Resources Administration working in places like the South Bronx doing a number of different jobs, learning the ropes and paying my dues.
Despite a federal law that explicitly allows individuals to receive both federal disability benefits and Food Stamps and numerous warnings from the United States Department of Agriculture, which oversees the Food Stamps program, the New York City Human Resources Administration automatically terminated the Food Stamps of thousands of disabled welfare recipients when they were approved for Supplemental Security Income (SSI), the federal benefit for low-income people who are too disabled to work.
NASDAQ:RSCR), the nation's leading provider of residential, training, educational and support services for at-risk youth and people with special needs, today announced that its subsidiary, Arbor E&T LLC, has received an 18-month contract, with another 18-month renewal option, to continue as a contractor through the New York City Human Resources Administration relating to its WeCARE program.
The tenant that signed the 20-year lease at 470 Vanderbilt Avenue in Brooklyn is the New York City Human Resources Administration, which is owned by GFI Development, Starwood Capital, and The Carlyle Group.
Richard Siemer, deputy commissioner/CIO Management Information, New York City Human Resources Administration was appointed representative to Region Two, which includes New York, New Jersey, Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands.
will contract with the New York City Human Resources Administration to provide Home Attendant services to Medicaid eligible Brooklyn residents who are elderly, medically disabled or physically challenged.
To wit, at the New York City Human Resources Administration, the agency that handles the city's services to the more than one million residents below the poverty level, a hiring freeze has been in place since early in the Dinkins administration.