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cricbuzz live audio commentary DiNapoli's office found that Linden Plaza Housing Co., which owns Linden Plaza, a four-building, 1,525-unit Mitchell-Lama development, spent $10.7 million between January 2016 and August 2017 on goods and services that it hadn't competitively procured.
free excel password remover crack The owner then used those costs, along with $23.3 million it had spent on mortgage payments, insurance and utility expenses, as the reason for a rent increase. It informed tenants in June that it would request permission from the city's Department of Housing Preservation and Development, which regulates Mitchell Lama properties, for the bump.
download microsoft office 2007 full crack chiplove The request comes after the complex's landlord previously received city approval to raise rents by 10.5% in the three-year period from 2014 to 2017.
crack bond marble The report faults HPD for not monitoring the spending at Linden Plaza or scrutinizing whether it could have saved money through a more vigorous procurement process. HPD doesn't review spending on contracts less than $100,000, the report noted, and said it failed to check whether contracts more than $100,000—which it is required to review—were reasonably priced. Spending on goods and services that were procured on a noncontractual basis also were not reviewed. The report found that HPD also doesn't have clearcut rules that define when a landlord should procure goods and services on a contractual versus a one-off basis.
bf 4 crack only Poor oversight on spending could reflect bad management or even fraud on the part of a landlord—although DiNapoli's office accused Linden Plaza Housing Co. of neither. Owners who purposely misreport cost increases or receive kickbacks from vendors who overcharge could profit unjustly by using the spending to receive permission from the city to saddle tenants with higher rents.
baixar crash bandicoot 2 para pc gratis "HPD takes its oversight of its portfolio of Mitchell-Lama developments extremely seriously," a spokesman for HPD said in a statement. "There was no finding of overspending at Linden Plaza, and while we are always working to improve our procedures, we follow the Mitchell-Lama program rules for competitive bidding and monitor expenditures at all Mitchell-Lama developments extremely closely in order to protect the health and governance of this vital source of affordable housing for New Yorkers."
canadian crack vending machine Linden Plaza Housing Co. did not respond by press time to a request for comment.
descargar crack de scribblenauts unlimited pc The report provided specific examples of how Linden Plaza Housing Co. appeared to mismanage its spending. The company, for instance, purchased 10 refrigerators and eight stoves from Home Depot but couldn't show proof to DiNapoli's office that the items had been received and installed. A contractor was awarded $1.1 million for balcony repair work without a search to find competing bidders for the job. A plumbing company was paid $577,822 for work there is no evidence it completed and without any search for competitors.
raspbmc codec crack The report recommended that HPD broaden its review of spending at Mitchell-Lama complexes and tighten procurement rules owners must follow.