(DNAINFO) Jeff Mays | March 15, 2016 — The City Council made significant changes to the mayor’s rezoning proposals.
After months of hearings, forums, discussions and negotiations, the City Council made changes to Mayor Bill de Blasio‘s plan to rezone neighborhoods across the city to spur the creation and preservation of 200,000 units of affordable housing by 2024.
With the mayor and the major coalition of advocacy groups opposed to the plan now on board, the City Council is expected to approve the plans next week.
DNAinfo New York laid out the mayor’s original plan here.
Here are the City Council’s changes…