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District Court, Eastern District of New York, names the city, the Rent Guidelines Board along with each of its members, and the state Homes and Community Renewal Commissioner RuthAnne Visnauskas as defendants.
The body that sets them - (http://nycrgb.org/) the city's Rent Guidelines Board  - will (http://nycrgb.org/html/about/meetings.html) decide on June 27  how much owners will be able to legally increase rents in the city's "rent-stabilized" apartments.
Rent Guidelines Board approves rent hikes of up to 9 percent on two-year leases, plus 1 percent temporary fuel surcharge in preliminary vote [Post]
Last year's decision by the Rent Guidelines Board to hike rents by up to $85 for tenants paying less than $1,000 a month may have seemed popular in a city where $1,000 rents are unimaginably cheap in many areas, but Maire says it was a tough blow to many low-income tenants.
(35) According to the New York City Rent Guidelines Board, the stabilized median monthly rent for a studio apartment in 1998 ranged from $568 (in upper Manhattan) to $1,042 (in core Manhattan, which includes the Lower East Side).
(1.) Housing NYC, "Rents, Markets and Trends '96," NYC Rent Guidelines Board. Figure is the average for Brooklyn, and varies in other boros.
An afternoon at the Rent Guidelines Board hearings on rent increases for regulated apartments has got to be the best theater in New York City, and it doesn't cost a penny.
Rent increases are decided by a body called the Rent Guidelines Board, consisting of tenant and landlord representatives appointed by the mayor.
At last evening's preliminary hearing at Cooper Union, the Rent Guidelines Board has recommended an increase of 2 percent to 4 percent on one-year leases and 4 percent to 6 percent on two-year leases for the more than 1 million rent-stabilized apartments in the city, according to the New York Times.
According to the Housing and Vacancy Survey, 44 percent of all rental units are rent-stabilized, meaning that rent increase are set by the Rent Guidelines Board.
Rent Guidelines Board Web site tells affordable housing seekers to look outside of Manhattan [NYC the Blog]
The Rent Guidelines Board is set to approve rent hikes of up to 3.75 percent for New York's one million rent regulated tenants.