The report says the Long Island Rail Road and Metro-North workers are illegally idling their vehicles while working in the field.
An investigation reveals the temptation to steal gas from New York’s state-owned fuel pumps has apparently been too great for some workers.
While sending New York’s former chief financial officer to prison, Inspector General Ellen Biben launched investigations into state bus driver licensing, violence in youth detention halls, Nassau County crime lab mistakes, personal use of state vehicles by prison officials and grant awards by the New York Power Authority.
ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) — A state watchdog says the public authority that oversees Battery Park City in Manhattan wasted nearly $350,000 over three years on parties, picnics and catered lunches. Inspector General Joseph Fisch said […]
Controversy surrounding the project is expected to continue long after the ceremony ends.
The New York inspector general says top state legislative leaders and the governor’s office angled for campaign contributions and political advantage.