Park Slope school plans to evict long-time resident

October 14, 2008 09:26AM

The 50-year tenant of a two-bedroom home in Park Slope now owned by the Berkeley Carroll School may be evicted, after refusing cash offers from the school to tempt her to leave over the past 20 years. Ella Taliercio has paid $147.08 per month for the rent-stabilized unit since Berkeley Carroll bought it in the 1980s, at which point the school offered her $50,000 to move out. It then offered Taliercio $20,000 two years ago. The school recently sent an application to the New York State Division of Housing and Community Renewal’s Office of Rent Administration saying it intends to renovate the building.

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