Kingston tenants score New York’s first rent rollback
For the Many professed to be undaunted by the litigation.
“We knew this was coming,” said the group’s Aaron Fernando, adding that landlords have been filing similar suits since the Emergency Tenant Protection Act first passed in 1974. “These nonsensical suits have failed time and time again, and this one is no different.”
Kingston’s rent board called on the state housing agency this week to ask New York Attorney General Letitia James to represent the board in the suit, Hudson Valley One reported.