Tenants spoke out against poor living conditions and long wait-times for maintenance repairs.
Sarah Schottenstein said luxury developer Chetrit sold her a $1.65 million condo in awful condition.
Isaac Wheeler said Best Yet Market sold the moldy yogurt on sale instead of yanking it from the shelves.
Michael Grimm said Staten Islanders worry about mold spreading from neighboring homes.
A report released on Tuesday found that many homes hit by Sandy still face mold problems.
Neighbors complain that two abandoned homes on New Dorp Lane are in danger of collapsing.
The photos show the extent of devastation that Sandy wreaked on city public schools.
The mayor's plan follows criticism that the city has not done enough to target mold.
"It's quite possible that Mayor Bloomberg does not know what mold is," Comptroller John Liu said.
Officials have told seniors to apply for small business loans to get aid to fight post-Sandy mold.
Congressman Michael Grimm said residents should let all wood submerged by storm water dry out.
Hundreds of parents and kids protested at a Monday night meeting over mold in Williamsburg middle school.
MS 577 parents remain concerned their kids face health risks in the classrooms.
Parents say mold in the building has made their children sick.
Patti Smith's scheduled performance at the Chelsea Hotel isn't enough to pacify some angry tenants.
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