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De Blasio finds $164M in NYC labor ‘savings’ by pushing union payouts to 2022

Mayor Bill de Blasio is kicking the city’s coronavirus-induced budget crisis down the road to the next administration by deferring $164 million in union payments until next summer. The agreement with District Council 37, the city’s second-largest municipal union, allows de Blasio to skip payments due to the union’s employees and retirees from this October through April 2021. Instead, two installments will be made at unspecified dates in fiscal year 2022, according to a City Hall press Read more…

Bill de Blasio is trying to kill Mets sale to Steve Cohen

Bill de Blasio has privately told Major League Baseball that he will do everything he can to stop Steve Cohen from buying the Mets. The Post has learned that Hizzoner called MLB commissioner Rob Manfred earlier this month and told him outright that he opposed the idea of a hedge-fund billionaire buying a local team and would be using his oversight power of the city’s control of the Citi Field lease to prevent the sale Read more…

Mayor de Blasio’s cagey response on blocking Mets’ sale to Steve Cohen

Mayor Bill de Blasio remains a stumbling block in the sale of the Mets to colorful hedge-funder Steve Cohen, declining Monday to rule out a city holdup of the deal that beleaguered Amazins fans have craved for so long. Because the Mets’ stadium, Citi Field, technically sits on city-owned land, avowed Boston Red Sox fan de Blasio has the right to weigh in on the pending sale by the Wilpon family, which again gained steam earlier this month. Read more…

De Blasio waits in line nearly four hours to vote as elections snafu roils New York

Punctuality-challenged Mayor Bill de Blasio more than met his match on Tuesday, waiting for 3 1/2 hours on line in Brooklyn to vote, as he again blasted the Board of Elections for the glacial process. After joining a blocks-long line around the Park Slope Armory at 1:20 p.m., Hizzoner first had to endure some heckling from passersby. “Get to work!” yelled one passing cyclist. “You’re the worst mayor ever!” intoned another critic walking by. But Read more…

NYPD sued over ‘brutal response’ to George Floyd protesters

Charlie Monlouis-Anderle was engaged in what they said was a peaceful protest in Brooklyn the evening of June 3 when New York City police officers in full riot gear surrounded the demonstration on all sides and allegedly began beating protesters with batons. Monlouis-Anderle, who uses they/them pronouns, couldn’t recall ever hearing police warn protesters to disperse, but alleges that at least three officers tackled them and beat them so badly their body went limb. Monlouis-Anderle say they Read more…

Suddenly Bill de Blasio Is Worried About ‘Violent Unrest’—in Hasidic Jewish Communities

With extra points for hypocrisy to add to his obvious anti-Semitism, New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio is a blight on what used to be one of the greatest cities in the world. It is nearly impossible to understand why residents of this diverse and allegedly liberal city tolerate his behavior toward the Hasidic Jewish community. Throughout the pandemic, de Blasio has targeted this community with unique vigor. In May, he sent officers to break Read more…

De Blasio urges New Yorkers to stay home for holidays, calls for air travel mandate

Santa may not be coming to Macy’s this year, but Mayor Bill de Blasio is already playing the Grinch — telling people not to leave New York to visit friends and family for Thanksgiving or any of the winter holidays to prevent a second wave of the coronavirus pandemic. “I hate to say it but I have to urge all New Yorkers — do not travel out of state for the holidays,” de Blasio said Tuesday during his daily press briefing Read more…

De Blasio vows to keep an eye on discriminatory COVID enforcement after complaints from Orthodox Jewish communities

Mayor de Blasio put city agencies on notice Wednesday over complaints coming from Orthodox Jewish communities about the enforcement of COVID-19 guidelines. De Blasio said Orthodox leaders have expressed “a real concern” about discriminatory enforcement since several neighborhoods were put under lockdown because of spikes in coronavirus cases. Mayor de Blasio holds a media availability Wednesday, Oct. 21, 2020. Credit: Ed Reed/Mayoral Photography Office “That’s absolutely unacceptable,” he said. “We cannot, in this moment, have Read more…

City Hall misfires could imperil New York’s COVID-19 recovery: study

Mayor Bill de Blasio’s high profile missteps on reopening city schools and tracing coronavirus infections could endanger the Big Apple’s recovery from the pandemic, a study published Thursday warned. The Regional Plan Association’s 26-page examination of New York City’s health and recovery reveals that the five boroughs are well-positioned to bounce back after a COVID-19 vaccine is developed — provided City Hall is deft enough to avoid massive cuts to key services. “Beside the pandemic Read more…

Bill de Blasio excluded from Columbus Day festivities

Mayor Bill de Blasio was excluded from participating in New York’s major Columbus Day event Monday, The Post has learned. The head of the Columbus Citizens Foundation confirmed that de Blasio was not invited to speak at this year’s alternative event to the Columbus Day parade that was canceled because of the coronavirus pandemic. The foundation’s virtual “2020 Columbus Citizens Foundation Italian Heritage & Achievement Special” event was televised on WABC-TV from 12:30 p.m. to Read more…