The embattled head of the city Housing Authority announced late Friday afternoon that the departure of two top aides and the punishment of a third amid a widening scandal over falsified lead-paint inspection reports. Senior Vice President for Operations Brian Clarke and Technical Services Director Jay Krantz both resigned under fire, while Senior Vice President for Operations Luis Ponce was demoted and suspended without pay for 30 days.
State and local officials had plenty of warning that the West Side bike path was vulnerable to a terror attack like the one that left eight people dead on Halloween, sources told The Post Wednesday. Between January and October 2017 alone, park officers issued 50 tickets — and made one DUI arrest — for people driving on the bike path, according to data provided by NYC Park Advocates and confirmed by the city Parks Department.
The new head of the city’s Department of Correction and eight other agency officials have agreed to pay hefty fines for using their official vehicles for personal trips, the Conflicts of Interest Board announced Tuesday.
Of course @NYCHA waits until 4:30 pm on Friday to announce "sweeping changes" of operations -- including the firing of two senior executives and the demotion of another -- in response to lead-paint inspection scandal. Chairperson Shola Olataye is not one of them.
Prior to Oct. 31 terror attack, 50 summonses were issued to motorists this year alone for illegally DRIVING on Hudson River Park bike path. Park officers say officials ignored problem for years https://t.co/qVFyQHesPd via
Thursday @nypost front page exclusive: Before Halloween terror attack,
Hudson River Park bike path was so vulnerable that 50 summons were
issued to motorists this year alone for illegally DRIVING on path. Park officers say problem has existed for years https://t.co/qVFyQHesPd
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