NYCHA Ticks Off 73,000 Work Orders from Its Backlog

East, Ticker
Tuesday, March 12, 2013
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NYCHA Maintenance & Repair Action Plan (Courtesy of NYCHA)

The New York City Housing Authority (NYCHA) is starting to make a dent in its epically long backlog of repairs. The agency just announced that that it has completed 73,000 work orders, which leaves them with 349,479 to go. Mayor Bloomberg and NYCHA launched an action plan back in January to reduce the backlog, and with $10 million from City Council, the agency has be able to hire 176 workers to specifically help with maintenance and repairs. [Image: Courtesy NYCHA]

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