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City Limits Announces Two Additions to its Reporting Staff
This month, two new journalists are joining the City Limits' team:
Emma Whitford will start work as our senior housing reporter at the end of February. Whitford was most recently a senior reporter for Law360, where she covered housing and real estate, including reporting on New York housing courts and the state’s handling of its pandemic rent relief program. Whitford was previously a reporter at Gothamist and has freelanced extensively, with bylines in the New York Daily News, The Intercept, Curbed, TIME, Documented NY and the Queens Daily Eagle.
Tatyana Turner began this week as the lead reporter on City Limits' new beat devoted exclusively to covering NYCHA and public housing. Turner was most recently a breaking news and general assignment reporter for the Chicago Tribune, where she covered the city’s food and restaurant scene. Before that, she was a corps member with Report for America at the Baltimore Sun, where she reported on African American neighborhoods for the paper’s “Black Life and Culture” beat.
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Emma Whitford, senior housing reporter: [email protected]
Tatyana Turner, NYCHA reporter: [email protected]
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