State and city lawmakers have been wrapped up in budget negotiations, with housing taking center stage.

In the city, advocates warn numerous families will be displaced if more affordable housing isn’t built soon.

One councilmember has developed a new framework to guide new projects in neighborhoods.

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Brooklyn Councilwoman Crystal Hudson, who’s chair on the Committee on Aging, joined NY1 political anchor Errol Louis on “Inside City Hall” Wednesday to discuss her framework.

Her district includes the neighborhoods of Prospect Heights, Fort Greene, Crown Heights and Clinton Hill.

“I think what folks have seen is a lot of individual developments going up one by one without a real consideration for the broader context for that particular neighborhood and certainly not for the entire district,” Hudson said. “We have launched this effort to, in some ways, put the power back in the people’s hands and i think also to provide an opportunity for people to provide a much larger and meaningful say in the type of developments that come into our neighborhoods.”

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