New York

New York State Association for Affordable Housing talked about the hardships families will face if New York City does not get access to additional supplies of natural gas.

NYSAFAH, which represents builders of affordable housing, argued that many planned below-market developments depend on the pipeline being built and will otherwise lack a reliable energy source.

“Our members are actively engaged on numerous affordable-housing projects in the downstate region,” the letter says. “The uncertainty related to state approvals for the Northeast Supply Enhancement project is particularly concerning, since alternative energy options are unavailable or would include costs and design changes that have not been factored into these developing projects.”

Read more – Crain’s New York