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Comunilife claims to be succeeding with residential housing in neighborhoods in Manhattan and in Brooklyn.

I don’t agree with State Senator Tony Avella for shutting down the discussion. I don’t know if it’s feasible financially to place these disadvantaged people in small residential housing, as was suggested at the recent town hall. Let a task force determine whether it really is being successfully implemented in the other boroughs and if so, let Queens also be a model for progressive yet responsibly run residential housing for those of us in need.

Abe Fuchs

Kew Garden Hills

 

 

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