Mayor Bill de Blasio: City will speed up NYCHA security cameras

The funding is in response to the stabbings

The funding is in response to the stabbings of two children in East New York.

Mayor Bill de Blasio has announced $27 million in funding to install security cameras at public housing buildings across the city, including the one where two young children were stabbed.

De Blasio met with tenants from the Boulevard Houses where workers are already pre-wiring for 17 new cameras. The plan comes after 6-year-old Prince Joshua Avitto, also known as PJ, was stabbed and his friend...

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