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Evictions didn’t go down from 2017-2018 quite as much as the DOI thought

The Department of Investigation will likely increase its official residential eviction totals from last year. The city agency found...

The city’s been investigating NYCHA for more than just its lead paint scandal

The city’s been investigating NYCHA for more than just its lead paint scandal

For several years, the city’s Department of Investigations received complaints about the New York City Housing Authority that went...

City charges 14 in scheme to bribe BK building inspectors

City charges 14 in scheme to bribe BK building inspectors

The city has arrested 14 people for their involvement in a scheme to allegedly bribe inspectors, in an effort...

NYCHA worker claimed broken alarm was working before deadly blaze

NYCHA worker claimed broken alarm was working before deadly blaze

A New York City Housing Authority worker claimed a smoke alarm at Butler Houses in the Bronx was working...

NYC Dept. of Investigation sets sights on 180 Maiden Lane

NYC Dept. of Investigation sets sights on 180 Maiden Lane

The city’s Department of Investigation is looking into a big chunk of space at 180 Maiden Lane in the...

City officials confirm Luigi Caiola cheated Landmarks: report

City officials confirm Luigi Caiola cheated Landmarks: report

The city’s Department of Investigations confirmed that real estate scion Luigi Caiola tried to cheat the Landmarks Preservation Commission...

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Gramercy school submitted fraudulent letters to secure LPC approval for $67M renovation: officials

The Friends Seminary in Gramercy may have cut corners in its application for landmarks approval for its planned renovation, and several employees of B&L...

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City probe into toddler’s death brings arrest, DOB changes

An investigation into the death of a young girl struck by falling debris from an Upper West Side building...

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Affordable housing contractor sues city for $170M

An affordable housing contractor accused of not paying workers $3 million in owed wages is suing two city agencies...

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NYCHA’s head of capital projects suspended

Raymond Ribeiro, the New York City Housing Authority’s executive vice president for capital projects, was suspended Monday on news he was...

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