Feb. 1st
LT-ACT Town Hall Meeting
Topic: Proposed Rezoning by Olnick
Feb. 1 - Thursday, 6:30-8:30 pm
Bethel A.M.E. Church
60 W. 132nd St. (Btw. Lenox & 5th Ave.)

Doors open at 6:00 pm
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 Feb. 8th
Lenox Terrace Public Scoping Hearing
before the NYC Dept. of City Planning
Feb. 8 – Thursday @ 6:00 pm
Spector Hall, 22 Reade St.
Public comments to the proposed rezoning by
Olnick before the NYC Dept. of City Planning.
Come and let your voice be heard! 


The June 1, LT-ACT Town Hall meeting was a great success. A special thanks to our speakers!

Important tenant information:


UNDERSTANDING YOUR RENEWAL LEASE

by David Hershey-Webb, LT-ACT Attorney

Whether you are a Market Rate tenant or Rent Stabilized, you need to know this information. Click HERE.


WHAT IS A "PREFERENTIAL RENT"

by David Hershey-Webb, LT-ACT Attorney


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TO FILE A RENT OVER-CHARGE COMPLAINT, Download Instructions & Form HERE.


LAWMAKERS EXTEND CITY RENT LAWS 

See Our NEWS page for summary


Preventing & Getting Rid of Bed Bugs Safely 

The bed bug guide from NYC.GOV: 

CLICK HERE




Copyright 2018 Lenox Terrace Association of Concerned Tenants

Plaque inscription:

Hon. Charles B. Rangel
Congressman – 13th District – New York

“The Lion of Lenox Avenue”

With gratitude and appreciation for
your service to Harlem


Lenox Terrace Association of

Concerned Tenants


February 2, 2017

Serving the Lenox Terrace Community 

one apartment at a time!

Membership Drive Kick-off Begins Sat., Jan. 27, 2018!

Important Upcoming Meetings!

A call to action


Do you find yourself overwhelmed about where to begin your activism? Consider channeling your efforts locally.


This article list 5 easy steps you can take today to become more actively involved in the social and political life of our community!


Click HERE to open.



LT-ACT annual town hall

 

Lenox Terrace Association of Concerned Tenants

charlie rangel tribute from LT-ACT



"The Lion of Lenox Avenue"



On Thursday, February 2, 2017 at our Annual Meeting, LT-ACT honored Representative Charlie Rangel for his service to Harlem and the Lenox Terrace community. A long time resident of Lenox Terrace, Rep. Rangel is affectionately known as the “Lion of Lenox Avenue,” for his tireless work on behalf of the community.

Before entering Congress, Rep. Rangel served in the Korean War where he was awarded the Purple Heart and the Bronze Star. After the war, he returned home, completed his high school education and entered college on the GI Bill. “The difference from where I would’ve been and where I am now has been the G.I. bill,” Rangel has said. In retirement he will be raising funds for a scholarship program at the City College of New York.

It was in 1970 when Rep. Rangel ran and won his first congressional race. He has served as the 13th District’s representative since then, for a total of 46 years, before his retirement this year. Thank you Rep. Rangel, we wish you the best in your retirement!