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Zoning for Quality and Affordability

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The City Council approved de Blasio's rezoning plans but those opposed say they haven't given up.

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More seniors are waiting in Councilman Costa Constantinides' district than any district in the city.

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The City Council easily approved the mayor's plans for affordable and senior housing.

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Some groups feel the City Council's changes still aren't affordable enough for East New Yorkers.

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One community leader described the Council's announcement of the rezoning changes as "embarrassing."

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Some City Council members raised concerns about segregated housing.

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The Council proposed changes to the mayor's plan to increase building heights for affordable housing.

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The City Council made significant changes to the mayor's rezoning proposals.

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The City Council's alterations address the amount of affordable housing and parking in rezoning plans.

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Real Affordability for All criticized de Blasio's plan as unaffordable for too many New Yorkers.

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The zoning would encourage features like taller ceilings, bigger lobbies, nicer retail and micro-units.

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The protesters want de Blasio's plan to help more low income New Yorkers.

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Seniors gathered at City Hall Wednesday to push the Council to pass the mayor's controversial plan.

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The City Council, which has the final say on the plan, will meet to discuss proposals next week.

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The Department of Housing Preservation and Development has new design guidelines for retail spaces.