Remembering Edward I. Koch: Mayor of New York, 1978-1989
City Limits covered Ed Koch's three terms in office, during some of New York City's most difficult years. This List.Ly features reporting on Koch's policies and politics, and two original columns he published with City Limits.
In June 1989, Ed Koch weighed-in on the city's housing crisis as an incumbent facing off against a crowded field of mayoral challengers.
Beverly Cheuvront writes about the Koch Administration's overwhelming challenge to address the growing AIDS and homelessness problem.
Ed Koch Administration and the controversial closure of Harlem's Syndenham
City Limits reports on the Koch administration's $100 million plan to build 20 homeless shelters in 1987.
Annette Fuentes on Mayor Koch's automatic tax incentives for big business and industry.
Tom Robbins 1985 analysis on the first major housing and development proposals of Mayor Koch's eight years in office.
Annette Fuentes on Mayor Koch's trailer park plan for a select group of homeless families in New York City.
Lisa Wilde on Mayor Koch's "Loft Law" and its lack of relief given to residents hoping to make 'lofts' legitimate housing.
On a day when Newt Gingrich compared the people planning a downtown mosque to Nazis, former Mayor Ed Koch said Americans could some day regret the furor over the project.
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