See a selected list of letters GHC or its members have sent to officials:
- GHC member’s letter to drug treatment centers demanding safetyone of our members wrote a letter detailing safety and quality of life issues observed on the streets of Harlem associated with drug treatment clinics and asked CEOs of Harlem United, Mount Sinai, START, and Odyssey House for a concrete plan to mitigate these issues
- GHC Letter to NYS Attorney General – No ResponseRead the letter a Greater Harlem Coalition member wrote to the New York State Attorney General, Letitia James, who has still not replied. You can tweet her at: @NewYorkStateAG and email her at: https://ag.ny.gov/contact-attorney-general-letitia-james
- A Letter to The Mayor from a Greater Harlem Coalition MemberTo: The Honorable Mayor DeBlasio Good afternoon Mr. Mayor, I hope this email finds you and your family all safe and healthy. This is the fourth email I am sending you over the last couple of months. I want to begin this correspondence by saying thank you for all the hard work that you and … Continue reading “A Letter to The Mayor from a Greater Harlem Coalition Member”
- GHC letter to Senator Brian BenjaminThe Greater Harlem Coalition is calling on our elected officials and asking them to do the work necessary to enact legislation that will ensure that the oversaturation of Harlem and East Harlem is stopped and ultimately reversed.
- Patch: Mayor De Blasio Visits 125th StreetSunday’s visit by Mayor Bill de Blasio came amid complaints about drug use and filthy sidewalks along East 125th Street during the pandemic.
- OASAS Denies Responsibility for Decades of Oversaturating HarlemOASAS Refuses to Accept Responsibility for Decades of Oversaturating Harlem
- Patch: GHC’s Letter to Mayor De Blasio(Harlemites, your voices have been heard! GHC’s letter to the Mayor led to some short term improvements on 125th Street. Here are a few updates since this post on October 2012: (1) Nov 10, Our letter prompted Mayor to visit 125th Street (2) Dec 18, Councilwomen Diana Ayala gave an update on changes made by … Continue reading “Patch: GHC’s Letter to Mayor De Blasio”
- A Letter from OASAS in Response to Our Email to Gov. CuomoThe Office of Alcohol and Substance Abuse Services (OASAS) recently sent us a letter in response to our concerns about the proposed facility for mental health and substance abuse services.