# Nyc mayor
Eric Adams Welcomed New Department of Correction Commissioner: Lynelle Maginley-Liddie
As the 38th commissioner of New York City's Department of Correction, Lynelle Maginley-Liddie took office on Friday afternoon, reaffirming her support for the city's struggle to maintain control over Rikers Island.
There Is No Hope: NYC Mayor Sought More Funding From Federal Government For Ongoing Migrant Crisis
On Friday, Mayor Eric Adams gave a bleak account of his visit to Washington, D.C., where he asked for additional funding to address the ongoing immigration issue in New York City.
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.
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.
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.
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.
NYC Migrants Were Kicked Out of Migrant Shelter And Forced To Stay Outside In The Heavy Rainfall
While New Yorkers were advised to stay indoors and avoid leaving their homes amid Friday's brutal downpour, migrants at a Brooklyn shelter were abruptly ejected, with some being forced to saunter across Bushwick with all of their worldly possessions.
New York Cannot Help You: City Hall Planned To Distribute Flyers To Avoid More Migrant Arrivals
To asylum seekers who might be considering traveling to fresh York City, the city is now sending out a fresh message: don't do it. This statement is the focus of a flyer that City Hall distributed to neighborhood associations and the federal government. Additionally, they intend to hand out the leaflets in the city's migrant shelters.
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.
NYC Mayor Orders Up to 15% Budget Cuts Across Agencies Due to Mounting Migrant Crisis Costs
In a dramatic move that has shocked the Big Apple, Mayor Eric Adams announced that all city agencies will face budget cuts as high as 15% due to the ongoing migrant crisis. During a weekend speech, Adams laid bare the financial burden on the city, stating, "We are in the middle of a humanitarian crisis involving asylum seekers, a crisis that will cost our city $12 billion over three fiscal years. While our compassion is limitless, our resources are not."
New York City Mayor Eric Adams Unveils Comprehensive Plan to Curb Rising Car Thefts
New York City Mayor Eric Adams has recently announced a detailed plan to tackle the alarming rise in car thefts across the city. Despite a general decrease in significant crimes this year, grand larceny auto (GLA) incidents have seen an approximately 19% increase, primarily driven by thefts of specific models of Kia and Hyundai vehicles.
NYC High School Teenager Charged For Hate Motivated Murder of A Professional Dancer
A professional dancer was fatally stabbed last weekend at a petrol station in New York City amid an altercation between two groups of friends. Police have detained a 17-year-old high school student on a charge of hate-motivated murder.
Mayor Adams' "Get Sheds Down" Campaign Aims To Remove Unnecessary Sheds From The City
Some of the most beautiful places on earth may be found in New York City. But there is one thing about which we can all agree: the continuous scaffolding is a total eyesore. New York City Mayor Eric Adams and New York City Department of Buildings (DOB) Commissioner Jimmy Oddo recently unveiled a new campaign, "Get Sheds Down," to rapidly remove construction sheds and scaffolding from NYC streets in an effort to address the unattractive constructions.
NYC Subway Using AI To Catch Fare Evaders
New York City's subway stations are now equipped with surveillance software powered by artificial intelligence (AI) to detect fare evaders, as revealed in public documents and government contracts obtained by NBC News. The software, whose specific name has not been officially disclosed by the city and its transit authority, utilizes third-party technology aimed at involving law enforcement in tackling fare evasion.
Mayor Adams' Plan To Move Mentally Ill Homeless People To Hospitals Has Gotten Zero Calls
According to reports, since it first went online in January, a hotline in New York City designed to inform police officers on Mayor Eric Adams' contentious order to voluntarily hospitalize homeless people unable to satisfy their own basic needs has received zero calls.