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Charge City Making It Tougher to Sign Up for Food Stamps

Posted 7/1/19

As the de Blasio administration moved to close the third Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program center in less than a year, advocates and the union that represents staff at those facilities worried that the city was making it more difficult for those in need to apply for food stamps.

Last month, the Human Resources Administration announced that the St. Nicholas SNAP center on West 125th St. in Harlem, which serves about 25,000 households each year, would close June 28.

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