Last week, the campaign of R’ Nachman Caller for State Assembly released a comprehensive 16-page plan to solve the housing crisis in the community. The plan, distributed over the district, as well as in a Erev Yom Tov newspaper, was created after researching many city and state agencies’ programs, with the input of individual real estate developers and community leaders.
The proposal would bring in an era of new developments and provide more job opportunities in our community.
Download the plan at http://caller2014.com.
“My promise to the residents of the district is: If you elect me on November 4th, I will fight as hard as I possibly can to tackle the housing crisis as hard as I have fought against the casinos being built close to our communities in the Catskills, and with the same dedication I have shown over the past 30 years working on housing development throughout our community,” said Assembly candidate R’ Nachman Caller.
Caller is running on the Republican Party line and on the ‘Housing and Jobs’ Party line in the 48th Assembly District, which includes the neighborhoods of Borough Park and Midwood.