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NYC Mayor Eric Adams Holds A Peace Rally As Hate Crimes Are At Rise In The City
As Hanukkah approaches and millions of Jews prepare to celebrate, prejudice incidents and hate crimes are increasing in New York City. Friday morning at City Hall, Mayor Eric Adams addressed a gathering of religious leaders advocating for harmony, tranquility, and security.
A New Facility Center For NYC Migrant Work Permit: The New Facility Has 10 Federal Immigration Staff
An effort by federal officials to expedite the application process for work permits for migrants staying in shelters in New York City has been expanded on the ground. At the John Jay College of Criminal Justice on Manhattan's West Side, a new intake center manned by local, state, and federal workers discreetly launched on Tuesday. This represents a rare coordinated response to the migrant crisis by all three levels of government.
NYC Launches Program That Pays Homeowners up to $395,000 to Build An ADU on their Property
In an effort to tackle the pressing housing shortage faced by cities and towns across the United States, New York City has launched a new initiative to encourage the construction of accessory dwelling units (ADUs), commonly known as "granny flats." This innovative program, part of a broader housing reform proposal, aims to increase housing density by enabling homeowners to add extra living spaces on their existing residential properties.
New York City Mayor accused under Adult Survivors Act by woman
A court filing indicates a woman claims New York City Mayor Eric Adams sexually assaulted her in 1993. The woman filed a summons under New York’s Adult Survivors Act that names Adams, the NYPD and two unknown entities as defendants. The Adult Survivors Act took effect in 2022 and expires at midnight tonight. It eliminated the statute of limitations for sex abuse accusers to file suit. The woman is seeking at least $5 million, according to the summons.
Cardi B Unleashes Fierce Attack on NYC Mayor For The Budget Cuts in NYPD
Renowned rapper Cardi B has taken a bold stance against Mayor Eric Adams, expressing vehement criticism over substantial budget cuts impacting the New York Police Department (NYPD). In a recent live stream and social media posts, Cardi B voiced concerns about the potential consequences of these cuts on public safety.
NYC Budget Crisis: Adams Administration Announces A Wide Array of Cuts For New Yorkers
On Thursday, the office of Mayor Eric Adams unveiled a plethora of budget changes that would severely impair many New Yorkers' access to basic services including summer school, libraries, law enforcement, and sanitation.
NYC Mayor Eric Adams Launches His Own Legal Defense Fund Against FBI Investigations
Mayor of New York City Eric Adams has established his own legal defense fund in the midst of a highly publicized probe into claims that he received foreign funding for his mayoral campaign.
NYC Mayor Eric Adams' Asian Affairs And Connections To 2021 Campaign Supporters
A thirty-three-year-old tech worker from Flushing, Queens, volunteered for Eric Adams' mayoral campaign in March 2021. He worked closely with Winnie Greco, an affable and quietly influential member of Adams' inner circle, who was paying the mayor $100,000 a year as the director of Asian affairs at the time.
For 45 Years Every NYC Mayoral Administration Has Been Investigated For Corruption
A closer examination of New York City history over the past 45 years shows that starting with Ed Koch, every mayoral administration has at some point been the subject of extensive law enforcement corruption investigations. This includes Rudy Giuliani, Mike Bloomberg, Bill de Blasio, David Dinkins (the city's first Black mayor), and now Adams himself.
New York City Mayor Eric Adams' iPad And Cell Phones Seized By Federal Agents A Part Of A Corruption Investigation
Federal agents have recently seized New York City Mayor Eric Adams’ cellular devices in connection to a current investigation regarding campaign fundraising corruption!. According to the New York Times, Mayor Adams was approached by FBI agents on Monday, November 6th in New York City as he exited an event. It has been stated that along with an issued warrant, Federal agents asked Mayor Adams’ security detail to step aside as they confiscated two iPhones and an iPad from his SUV.
FBI Is Investigating Whether Eric Adams' 2021 Campaign Was Illegally Funded By Turkish Individuals
The city's political scene was rocked by the announcement that the FBI had obtained a search warrant and searched the house of Brianna Suggs, the lead fundraiser for Mayor Eric Adams's campaign. However, the apparent motive behind the raid raised even more doubts.
FBI Raids NYC Mayor Eric Adams' House And Exposed A Probe of Adams' 2021 Campaign
Current criminal investigations are usually cloaked in secret, but when the FBI raided the residence of one of Mayor Eric Adams' principal backers, they uncovered an investigation into his 2021 campaign, forcing Adams to postpone a meeting at the White House and return immediately to the city.
KSK Construction's Controversial Donation to Eric Adams' Mayoral Campaign
Unveiling the Controversial KSK Construction Firm's Donation to Eric Adams' Mayoral Campaign. According to recent news reports, KSK Construction, a Brooklyn-based construction firm, has reportedly donated to Eric Adams' mayoral campaign in New York City. The exact amount of the donation remains undisclosed, but it has raised concerns due to an ongoing federal investigation into campaign contributions to Adams.
Eric Adams And Kathy Hochul Launched The Induction Stove Challenge
Today, New York State and New York City announced their partnership to launch the Induction Stove Challenge. Governor Kathy Hochul and Mayor Eric Adams released a request for proposals, asking appliance manufacturers to create energy-efficient induction stoves that can replace gas stoves in New York City Housing Authority buildings without requiring expensive electrical upgrades.
Eric Adams' Agreement With Sanitation Workers Set a Record For Adams Administration
A compensation increase of 3.25% is proposed in the tentative agreement, retroactive to December 2022. Dec. 28, 2023, sees the implementation of an additional rise, and a 4% pay increase is stipulated for the final year of the contract.
NYC Mayor Eric Adams Calls On The US Government to Find Pathways For Immigrants In America
Eric Adams, the mayor of New York City, called for a "right to work" for immigrants in the United States as he concluded a four-day trip to Latin America on Saturday. He made his remarks while on a visit to Necocli, a town in northern Colombia where hundreds of migrants begin their deadly journey into Panama via the Darien jungle without access to roads on their way to the United States.
Mayor Adams Named ‘Master Mason’ in Secret Freemason Ceremony at Gracie Mansion
Mayor Eric Adams and city Police Commissioner Edward Caban were inducted Master Masons in a secret ceremony at Gracie Mansion Saturday that was left off hizzoner’s public schedule, despite the fact that it was hosted at Gracie Mansion, which included remarks at a Harlem book fair and presenting a proclamation at a Dominican Community Center gala..; as reported by the New York Post,Gothamist.com.
City's $25 Million Plan: Housing 1,200+ Migrant Families
"Good news! Up to 1,250 families seeking asylum in New York City can now choose to leave the crowded shelters. The state has set aside $25 million to provide them with temporary housing. Governor Kathy Hochul and state legislators approved these funds in the state budget back in May.
100,000 Homes, 100 Ideas: NYC Mayor Adams' Big Housing Plans
This Monday, Eric Adams and his deputy Maria Torres-Springer shared a brand new plan for housing. They want to make 100,000 homes in 15 years. He said, 'If we do this right, New Yorkers will look back on this and see it as a big change, even after many years.' But when we look closely, most of the changes are small and medium zoning shifts. Eric hopes they'll add up.
NYC Mayor Eric Adams' Big Housing Plan of 100,000 Homes With 100 Small Ideas
This Monday, Eric Adams and his deputy Maria Torres-Springer unveiled a new housing plan that would allow for the construction of 100,000 homes over a 15-year period. He declared If we do this right, New Yorkers will see this event for what it was before: a turning point, decades from now. Despite his claim that This is not tinkering around the edges, a closer examination reveals that the majority of the modifications are small-to-medium zoning changes that (he hopes) will mount up.