114 A.D.2d 321 (1985)

In the Matter of Cora Johnson, Respondent, v. Joseph Christian, as Chairman of The New York City Housing Authority, Appellant

Appellate Division of the Supreme Court of the State of New York, First Department.

October 22, 1985

Petitioner and her two sons, Lorenzo and Harold, had resided at the Polo Grounds Towers, one of appellant's housing projects, for 17 years, since August 1, 1968. In July 1980, petitioner received a notice that a hearing would be held to terminate her tenancy on grounds of nondesirability, based upon specified acts of misconduct and violence by her sons, which included, inter alia, unlawful harassment and menacing, setting a fire within the project, taking personal...

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