Eric Adams to hold town hall investigating tenant harassment in Brooklyn

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EAST FLATBUSH, Brooklyn –– Borough President Eric Adams along with civil rights attorney Norman Siegel will host a town hall investigating cases of tenant harassment throughout Brooklyn, Adam's office announced.

The meeting is slated to start 6 p.m. Tuesday at SUNY Downstate Medical Center in East Flatbush.

This will be third in a series of public hearings to determine the potential for lawsuits against "harmful landlords" who put the health and safety of Brooklyn residents in jeopardy.

Adams will hear testimonies that detail grievances that may include shutting off of utilities, removal of boiler and venting systems, in addition to threatening or intimidating behavior by slumlords.

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