More than 5,000 apartments in city of Albany could be eligible for rent control

"We don't have the same issues with the tightness of the rental market that they have in New York City," Albany Mayor Kathy Sheehan said in a recent interview. "We would need to make sure we don't have unintended consequences of preventing units from being built."

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