Bombshell: City Lacks AIDS Housing

Bloomberg quietly put out findings Saturday under threat of Gotbaum news conference

A controversial study of city housing for people living with HIV/AIDS, released by the Bloomberg administration Saturday under pressure from advocates, found that the amount and quality of the housing was insufficient to meet the needs of New York’s HIV-positive population.

The findings were originally scheduled to be released in the fall of 2003 but were not finalized until February 2004, according to the report’s preface, which also asserted that the city continued to review its findings until this past November.

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