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Posted by Ann Lucke on March 02, 2001 at 17:01:16:

My rent-stabilized apartment is in a brownstone built in 1885 on West 85th Street in Manhattan. Major renovations commenced the first of April 2000 and are still going on. Can it continue indefinitely? The work being done results in dust accumulating everywhere in my apartment. Will the city test for lead-based paint residue or other health hazards? How do I proceed? Do I have any legal recourse? There are three other rental units in the building, and the owner intends to occupy the first two floors of the brownstone if and when the work finishes.

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