City Comptroller Scott Stringer

Report: Violence Grows As More Money Spent On Inmates At NYC JailsMillions are going into the effort to reform city jails, but a new report finds problems continue to grow.
City Comptroller Stringer Sides With Uber On Day For-Hire Car Service Holds Job FairUber kicked off a citywide jobs tour at Queensbridge Park in Long Island City on Tuesday.
Audit: NYC Housing Authority Sitting On 2,000 Vacant UnitsAn audit has found that hundreds of apartment units stand empty while 270,000 New Yorkers are on a waiting list for public housing.
NYC Comptroller Releases Scathing Audit On Animal Care & ControlThe audit made 18 recommendations to Animal Care & Control, which the non-profit and the city say have already been started on.
Comptroller Stringer Calls For Changes To Help Non-English Speakers At NYC Housing CourtThe comptroller released a letter to the state's unified court system calling for improvements, including new signage and expanding the use of help centers in courts.
NYC Comptroller: Removing Snow Costs $1.8 Million Per InchThe study analyzed more than 10 years of snowstorms, but does not include the storm that hit the city earlier this week.
NYC Leaders & Alliance For Tenant Power Rally For Stronger Rent LawsDuring the rally, the Alliance for Tenant Power outlined its plan to shore up rent regulation laws that are up for renewal in June.
$2 Million Deal Reached In Rikers Island Hot Cell DeathThe city on Friday reached a $2.25 million settlement with the mother of a mentally ill, homeless former U.S. Marine who died earlier this year in a 101-degree jail cell, the comptroller said.
Report: Sharp Increase In Personal Injury Claims Against NYC Department Of Correction"Personal injury correction facility claims against the Department of Correction rose 37 percent between this year and last year, and have risen 114 percent since 2009," City Comptroller Scott Stringer said.
Audit: NYCHA Failed To Hire Public Housing Residents For Sandy RepairsAn audit by the city comptroller found NYCHA failed to ensure that contractors working on repairs hire a certain percentage of public housing residents.
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