So, tell me again, why do I work hard, make money? If I don’t work hard and make money the government will provide me with all I need….
NEW YORK — The city is poised to begin providing free Internet broadband access to more than 16,000 residents of its sprawling public housing system.
Buildings at five of the poorest New York City Housing Authority complexes will start being wired for the high-speed connection this fall, officials told The Associated Press ahead of Democratic Mayor Bill de Blasio’s public announcement, scheduled for Thursday.
The city will spend $10 million to deliver the Internet to residents of the Mott Haven Houses in the Bronx, the poorest area in the city; the Red Hook East and Red Hook West Houses in Brooklyn; and the Queensbridge North and Queensbridge South Houses in Queens. The Queensbridge Houses, the largest development in the nation, will be the first to receive the program.