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A.G. Schneiderman Announces Indictment Of Non-Profit Employee For Allegedly Diverting $400,000 For Personal Use

Human Resources Director Of Hope Community Inc. Allegedly Directed Pay-Outs For Unused Vacation Time And Reimbursements To Accounts Held By Family And Friends NEW YORK—Attorney General Eric T. Schneiderman today announced the indictment of the former Human Resources Director of the non-profit Hope Community, Inc., Chantel Rodriquez Pierre, for a scheme that allegedly diverted over […]

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NYC DOT Begins Camera Enforcement along 125th Street SBS Route

Friday, January 29, 2016 DOT has now activated cameras along six routes, keeping them clear for buses and reducing commute times for hundreds of thousands of daily bus riders. The New York City Department of Transportation (DOT) will begin issuing bus lane camera violations along the M60 125th Street Select Bus Service (SBS) route starting […]

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Riverton Housing Complex Is Sold In A Deal Preserving Affordable Units

by Charles V. Bagli, New York Times, December 16, 2015 Riverton, a residential complex that has long been a home for Harlem’s middle class, was one of the first properties to fall victim to speculators during the heady days of the last real estate boom a decade ago. The new owner, who hoped to […]

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