Westchester Case

Westchester Case
March 26, 2013 — HUD caused a stir yesterday by sending a letter to Westchester threatening to permanently reallocate away from the county the fiscal year 2011 funds that the agency had previously...view
Westchester Case
[Updated June 14, 2013] Westchester’s pattern of violating all material elements of the Consent Decree was apparent from the outset. By 2011, it had also become painfully clear that the U.S....view
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July 21, 2012 — The Consent Decree unmistakably contemplates that all housing developed under the Decree will be developed pursuant to an Implementation Plan (IP) that sets forth with specificity how...view
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June 14, 2013 — Nearly four years after the entry of the Consent Decree, the U.S. Attorney, HUD, and the Monitor need to stop pretending that progress has been made and concentrate on holding...view
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July 31, 2013 — Four years after the entry of the Consent Decree that the Monitor is supposed to have been overseeing, four years after Westchester had the mandatory obligation imposed upon it to...view
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Aug. 6, 2013 — Exhibit 2 to the Monitor’s report on zoning (“summary charts of municipal zoning data”) is now available (see this link). These charts, along with the report itself, underline how the...view
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April 17, 2014 — ADC has just issued a report entitled “Cheating On Every Level: Anatomy of the Demise of a Civil Rights Consent Decree.”  The report documents Westchester County’s ongoing violations...view
Westchester Case
May 6, 2014 — On May 2nd, in response to ADC’s Cheating on Every Level report, the presiding judge in the Westchester case held what was billed as a status conference. Most critically,...view

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