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NEW HOPE FOR HOUSING IN THE JAMAICA COMMUNITY OF QUEENS, NEW YORK

NEW HOPE FOR HOUSING IN THE JAMAICA COMMUNITY OF QUEENS, NEW YORK
 WHAT: A press conference announcing a mortgage program that
 enables families earning as little as $25,000 per year to
 purchase newly constructed two-family homes in Jamaica,
 Queens. This affordable housing initiative is a
 public/private partnership including Republic New York
 Corporation, New York City Housing Partnership, and the
 Federal National Mortgage Association (Fannie Mae).
 WHO: Rep. Floyd H. Flake (D-N.Y.), U.S. House of
 Representatives
 Felice Michetti, commissioner of NYC Department of
 Housing Preservation and Development
 John Tamberlane, president of Manhattan Savings
 Ed Feuer, senior vice president of Republic National Bank
 of New York
 Gerald McMurray, vice president for Housing Impact
 Policy, Fannie Mae
 Kathryn Wylde, president, New York City Housing
 Partnership
 Claire Shulman, Queens Borough president
 WHEN: Monday, Jan. 13
 11 a.m. - Tour
 11:30 a.m. - Press Conference
 WHERE: Arlington Terrace Homes
 108th Avenue and 155th Streets
 Jamaica, Queens, N.Y.
 (Directions are available)
 CONTACT: Phillip Burgess of Republic New York Corporation, 212-525-6597, or Janice Daue of Fannie Mae, 202-752-3421.
 -0- 1/8/92


CO: Fannie Mae; Republic New York Corporation; New York City Housing
 Partnership ST: New York IN: FIN SU:


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