Emergency Tenant Protection Act (ETPA) Amendment: Village of Croton-on-Hudson
On March 27, 2023, the Village Board of Trustees voted to expand ETPA in Croton-on-Hudson to include all properties with six or more units built before 1974. Previously, ETPA only covered Croton-on-Hudson buildings with 50 or more units. To view the resolution, see Resolution #60-2023.
As a result, the Westchester Rent Guidelines Board (WRGB) issued separate lease guidelines for Croton-on-Hudson leases beginning March 27, 2023, to September 30, 2023. To view these lease guidelines, see Fact Sheet #26. In addition, the WRGB issued a fair market rent appeal guideline with a 1-year lookback period and a maximum rate of increase of 2% for tenants with leases and 4% for tenants without leases.
Important Notices and Recently Revised Documents
The following documents have been revised to reflect NYC Rent Guidelines Board (RGB) Order #55:
On July 28, 2022, the City of Kingston voted to adopt the New York State Emergency Tenant Protection Act (ETPA).
Strengthening New York State Rent Regulations - The Housing Stability and Tenant Protection Act of 2019
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