All requests for assistance are handled through the Housing Hotline. Tenants seeking assistance can reach our Housing Hotline at (518) 436-8997 extension 3. A housing counselor will return calls in the order they are received. We appreciate your patience while we respond to high call volumes. Requests and questions can also be sent to email@example.com.
UTA Staff 2017
Advocating at the NYS Capitol on Housing Issues
Leaving For Washington D.C. To Rally For Tenants Rights
Maria At Annual Meeting
Staff Gathering 1993
UTA Founders Maria and Roger Markovics 1970’s
UTA Fundraiser November 2012
1966 UTA Protests retaliation threats against tenants
1979 UTA Staff
2007 UTA Staff
2012 Annual Meeting
Advocating at the National People’s Action in Washington D.C. 1997
Gail (Pat) Perry Honoree at UTA 40th Annual Meeting
Kirby White Honoree at UTA 40th Annual Meeting
Bishop Howard Hubbard Honoree at UTA 40th Annual Meeting
Staff photo outside UTA office on Hamilton St, 2022
UTA at a power-mapping session
Dorothea, Lovett, Diana, and SUNY at Albany interns at the Right to Counsel rally
Attendees for the UTA and Right to Counsel march & rally
Allie, Senator Neil Breslin, Canyon and Diana
Shatiqua and Marco in Syracuse
Canyon and Shatiqua at a rally in Syracuse
Common Council Member Alfredo Balarin and tenant leader and UTA Board of Directors member Laurie
Tenant Listening Session, 2022
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