Public Advocate Bill de Blasio
“Am I paying a mortgage here? Because that’s what it sounds like me: I’m paying a mortgage. $1,400 to pay for water, come on,” said Sahodra Samaroo.
According to a report, 50 percent of career and technical high schools with three years of academic data available have made the State’s Persistently Low-Achieving list since 2009.
Public Advocate Bill de Blasio says a new state report that looked at 75 child fatality reports last year shows there is still work to be done to improve the child welfare system.
David Haddad, 56, was arrested for allegedly making anti-Semitic phone calls to elderly women and vandalized the inside of an apartment building.
The list includes 317 landlords covering 358 buildings. Problems at the buildings range from leaky roofs, to holes in the walls to no heat or water.
Public Advocate Bill de Blasio calls the treatment of immigrants held in city detention centers run by the Geo Group a ticking time bomb.
There’s a new housing scam to report. Bad landlords, reportedly lining their pockets with taxpayer dough for housing the formerly homeless — but in deplorable conditions.
ACS Commissioner John Mattingly testified before the City Council. He said the documentation in the case was insufficient and home visits were inadequate.
Among other things, Public Advocate Bill de Blasio wants to know whether a decision to reduce family services contributed to the Sept. 2 death of Marchella Pierce.
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