Tens of thousands of low-income residents could be

Tens of thousands of low-income residents could be displaced under a plan to rezone East New York and build affordable housing, Comptroller Scott Stringer's office said on Thursday, Dec. 3, 2015. But the mayor's office said Stringer had it "completely backwards." (Credit: Jeremy Bales)

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