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HASA Cuts off the Table
June 24th, 2010

As the City Council and the Bloomberg administration get closer to a budget deal, we know of at least one controversial cut taken off the table: a decrease in HIV/AIDS workers at the Human Resources Administration.

Earlier this week, housing advocacy group Housing Works took the city to court over a proposal to slash 248 HIV/AIDS case workers (we reported on the cut here). We just got word from them that the city backed away from the decrease this morning.

We’re waiting to hear back from the Human Resources Administration.

Keep checking back with Gotham Gazette to see what’s in and what’s out of this year’s budget.

By on June 24, 2010, 1:48 pm
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