housing

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Two young children waited months for New Haven public health officials to inspect their rental units. That’s after doctors found elevated levels of lead in their blood. Their families filed a class action lawsuit against the city on Wednesday.

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Suffolk County Executive Steve Bellone announced the construction of two affordable housing projects on eastern Long Island.

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The insurance agency tasked with helping Connecticut homeowners with crumbling foundations says it won’t pay for new construction until it gets more money from the state.

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Suffolk County plans to spur housing development for people with developmental disabilities through a water infrastructure pilot program.

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A shortage of affordable housing and an increase in low-wage jobs are to blame for a crisis in Connecticut cities. That’s according to a report from Quinnipiac University and the Urban League of Southern Connecticut.

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