United Tenants of Albany, Inc

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Advocating at the NYS Capitol on Housing issues

Advocating at the NYS Capitol on Housing Issues

Leaving For Washington D.C. To Rally For Tenants Rights

Leaving For Washington D.C. To Rally For Tenants Rights

Maria At Annual Meeting

Maria At Annual Meeting

Staff Gathering 1983

Staff Gathering 1993

UTA Founders Maria and Roger Markovics- 1970's

UTA Founders Maria and Roger Markovics 1970’s

UTA Fundraiser November 2012

UTA Fundraiser November 2012

1966- UTA Protests retaliation threats against tenats

1966 UTA Protests retaliation threats against tenats

1979 UTA Staff

1979 UTA Staff

2007 UTA Staff

2007 UTA Staff

2012 Annual Meeting

2012 Annual Meeting

Advocating at the National People's Action in Washington D.C. 1997

Advocating at the National People’s Action in Washington D.C. 1997

100_9886Gail (Pat) Perry Honoree at UTA 40th Annual Meeting

iphone 7.3-12 017Kirby White Honoree at UTA 40th Annual Meeting

100_9863Bishop Howard Hubbard Honoree at UTA 40th Annual Meeting

 

United Tenants of Albany (UTA) has provided the community with court advocacy/mediation services for over 40 years. Since the incorporation of United Tenants of Albany in 1973, the agency has maintained its commitment to expanding, protecting, and promoting access to affordable housing for all. Shortly after UTA came into being, the organization began to have a presence in Albany City Court to assist renters in housing court hearings with a range of issues.

Sandy LeVan, our Court Advocate, is retiring from her position, a position she’s embodied and made indispensable for over 20 years. The presence of UTA counselors in housing courts has been prevalent and respected for decades and will continue to function as such. While the Court Advocacy Program has proven sustainable across decades and throughout periods characterized by political disinvestment in housing programs, it is in this time of economic instability that the need for an increase in support for human service programs is at its most acute..

Please join us to celebrate both UTA's new office space and the continued success of United Tenants’ Court Advocacy Program on Wednesday, September 6, 2017 from 5 – 7 PM with a brief program at 5:45 PM.

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United Tenants of Albany (UTA) has provided the community with court advocacy/mediation services for over 40 years.  Since the incorporation of United Tenants of Albany in 1973, the agency has maintained its commitment to expanding, protecting, and promoting access to affordable housing for all. Shortly after UTA came into being, the organization began to have a presence in Albany City Court to assist renters in housing court hearings with a range of issues.

Sandy LeVan, our Court Advocate, is retiring from her position, a position she’s embodied and made indispensable for over 20 years.  The presence of UTA counselors in housing courts has been prevalent and respected for decades and will continue to function as such. While the Court Advocacy Program has proven sustainable across decades and throughout periods characterized by political disinvestment in housing programs, it is in this time of economic instability that the need for an increase in support for human service programs is at its most acute..

Please join us to celebrate both UTAs new office space and the continued success of United Tenants’ Court Advocacy Program on Wednesday, September 6, 2017 from 5 – 7 PM with a brief program at 5:45 PM.

Today is the last day to RSVP for this event!

United Tenants of Albany (UTA) has provided the community with court advocacy/mediation services for over 40 years. Since the incorporation of United Tenants of Albany in 1973, the agency has maintained its commitment to expanding, protecting, and promoting access to affordable housing for all. Shortly after UTA came into being, the organization began to have a presence in Albany City Court to assist renters in housing court hearings with a range of issues.

Sandy LeVan, our Court Advocate, is retiring from her position, a position she’s embodied and made indispensable for over 20 years. The presence of UTA counselors in housing courts has been prevalent and respected for decades and will continue to function as such. While the Court Advocacy Program has proven sustainable across decades and throughout periods characterized by political disinvestment in housing programs, it is in this time of economic instability that the need for an increase in support for human service programs is at its most acute..

Please join us to celebrate both UTA's new office space and the continued success of United Tenants’ Court Advocacy Program on Wednesday, September 6, 2017 from 5 – 7 PM with a brief program at 5:45 PM.
... See MoreSee Less

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United Tenants of Albany (UTA) has provided the community with court advocacy/mediation services for over 40 years.  Since the incorporation of United Tenants of Albany in 1973, the agency has maintained its commitment to expanding, protecting, and promoting access to affordable housing for all. Shortly after UTA came into being, the organization began to have a presence in Albany City Court to assist renters in housing court hearings with a range of issues.

Sandy LeVan, our Court Advocate, is retiring from her position, a position she’s embodied and made indispensable for over 20 years.  The presence of UTA counselors in housing courts has been prevalent and respected for decades and will continue to function as such. While the Court Advocacy Program has proven sustainable across decades and throughout periods characterized by political disinvestment in housing programs, it is in this time of economic instability that the need for an increase in support for human service programs is at its most acute..

Please join us to celebrate both UTAs new office space and the continued success of United Tenants’ Court Advocacy Program on Wednesday, September 6, 2017 from 5 – 7 PM with a brief program at 5:45 PM.

United Tenants of Albany (UTA) has provided the community with court advocacy/mediation services for over 40 years. Since the incorporation of United Tenants of Albany in 1973, the agency has maintained its commitment to expanding, protecting, and promoting access to affordable housing for all. Shortly after UTA came into being, the organization began to have a presence in Albany City Court to assist renters in housing court hearings with a range of issues.

Sandy LeVan, our Court Advocate, is retiring from her position, a position she’s embodied and made indispensable for over 20 years. The presence of UTA counselors in housing courts has been prevalent and respected for decades and will continue to function as such. While the Court Advocacy Program has proven sustainable across decades and throughout periods characterized by political disinvestment in housing programs, it is in this time of economic instability that the need for an increase in support for human service programs is at its most acute..

Please join us to celebrate both UTA's new office space and the continued success of United Tenants’ Court Advocacy Program on Wednesday, September 6, 2017 from 5 – 7 PM with a brief program at 5:45 PM.
... See MoreSee Less

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United Tenants of Albany (UTA) has provided the community with court advocacy/mediation services for over 40 years.  Since the incorporation of United Tenants of Albany in 1973, the agency has maintained its commitment to expanding, protecting, and promoting access to affordable housing for all. Shortly after UTA came into being, the organization began to have a presence in Albany City Court to assist renters in housing court hearings with a range of issues.

Sandy LeVan, our Court Advocate, is retiring from her position, a position she’s embodied and made indispensable for over 20 years.  The presence of UTA counselors in housing courts has been prevalent and respected for decades and will continue to function as such. While the Court Advocacy Program has proven sustainable across decades and throughout periods characterized by political disinvestment in housing programs, it is in this time of economic instability that the need for an increase in support for human service programs is at its most acute..

Please join us to celebrate both UTAs new office space and the continued success of United Tenants’ Court Advocacy Program on Wednesday, September 6, 2017 from 5 – 7 PM with a brief program at 5:45 PM.

United Tenants of Albany (UTA) has provided the community with court advocacy/mediation services for over 40 years. Since the incorporation of United Tenants of Albany in 1973, the agency has maintained its commitment to expanding, protecting, and promoting access to affordable housing for all. Shortly after UTA came into being, the organization began to have a presence in Albany City Court to assist renters in housing court hearings with a range of issues.

Sandy LeVan, our Court Advocate, is retiring from her position, a position she’s embodied and made indispensable for over 20 years. The presence of UTA counselors in housing courts has been prevalent and respected for decades and will continue to function as such. While the Court Advocacy Program has proven sustainable across decades and throughout periods characterized by political disinvestment in housing programs, it is in this time of economic instability that the need for an increase in support for human service programs is at its most acute..

Please join us to celebrate both UTA's new office space and the continued success of United Tenants’ Court Advocacy Program on Wednesday, September 6, 2017 from 5 – 7 PM with a brief program at 5:45 PM.
... See MoreSee Less

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United Tenants of Albany (UTA) has provided the community with court advocacy/mediation services for over 40 years.  Since the incorporation of United Tenants of Albany in 1973, the agency has maintained its commitment to expanding, protecting, and promoting access to affordable housing for all. Shortly after UTA came into being, the organization began to have a presence in Albany City Court to assist renters in housing court hearings with a range of issues.

Sandy LeVan, our Court Advocate, is retiring from her position, a position she’s embodied and made indispensable for over 20 years.  The presence of UTA counselors in housing courts has been prevalent and respected for decades and will continue to function as such. While the Court Advocacy Program has proven sustainable across decades and throughout periods characterized by political disinvestment in housing programs, it is in this time of economic instability that the need for an increase in support for human service programs is at its most acute..

Please join us to celebrate both UTAs new office space and the continued success of United Tenants’ Court Advocacy Program on Wednesday, September 6, 2017 from 5 – 7 PM with a brief program at 5:45 PM.

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United Tenants of Albany (UTA) has provided the community with court advocacy/mediation services for over 40 years. Since the incorporation of United Tenants of Albany in 1973, the agency has maintained its commitment to expanding, protecting, and promoting access to affordable housing for all. Shortly after UTA came into being, the organization began to have a presence in Albany City Court to assist renters in housing court hearings with a range of issues.

Sandy LeVan, our Court Advocate, is retiring from her position, a position she’s embodied and made indispensable for over 20 years. The presence of UTA counselors in housing courts has been prevalent and respected for decades and will continue to function as such. While the Court Advocacy Program has proven sustainable across decades and throughout periods characterized by political disinvestment in housing programs, it is in this time of economic instability that the need for an increase in support for human service programs is at its most acute..

Please join us to celebrate both UTA's new office space and the continued success of United Tenants’ Court Advocacy Program on Wednesday, September 6, 2017 from 5 – 7 PM with a brief program at 5:45 PM.
... See MoreSee Less

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