In March 2021, a 33-year-old tech worker from Flushing, Queens, joined Eric Adams’ mayoral campaign as a volunteer, working regularly with an effusive and understatedly powerful member of Adams’s inner circle named Winnie Greco. Shortly after Adams got to City Hall, Greco, by then on the city payroll as the mayor’s $100,000-a-year director of Asian […]
The Campaign Finance Board flagged 600 donations suspected of having been gathered by undisclosed bundlers in potential violation of campaign finance rules. Several of the contributions figure in a recent indictment by the Manhattan DA.
Developer Mark Caller, who is expected to face charges of providing a bargain-rate apartment to the mayor’s former buildings commissioner, raised nearly $50,000 for the Adams campaign.
A month after Adams supporters were indicted over illegal donations, a CITY investigation has turned up other instances of questionable contributions that his campaign submitted for public matching funds.
The Bistricer family will receive a 40-year tax exemption in exchange for cleaning up the mess it has long been blamed for at Brooklyn’s beleaguered Flatbush Gardens.
During intense questioning by a former colleague, the one-time head of the Manhattan DA’s construction unit said she had “no recollection” of a dismissed Buildings Department summons.
In a rare occurrence, two supervisors face criminal charges over injuries that disabled two workers at an East Harlem building site.
A string of new prosecutions highlight how organized crime is targeting the nonunion builders of tens of millions of dollars in projects.
With a push from Governor Phil Murphy, the agency that policed New York Harbor’s docks is dying. A history of union corruption, exorbitant salaries, and a lack of diversity remains.
Yosef Zvieli faced foreclosure after running a residence for Brooklyn College students into the ground. Then he retained the political kingpin who has since become New York’s power broker of the moment.