DOI Investigators Interview Service Employee in Gary Jenkins Investigation

City investigators interviewed the former top spokeswoman for the Ministry of Social Services for three hours on Monday as part of an investigation into whether the agency’s commissioner had ordered a cover-up after migrants were left sleeping on the ground at a shelter. Investigators questioned ex-assistant Julia Savel about what DSS boss Gary Jenkins knew … Read more

Row NYC hotel to be converted into a refugee center for migrants

A luxury Manhattan hotel once touted as the ‘Lullabuy of Broadway’ will soon be saying goodbye to hundreds of asylum-seeking migrants, The Post has learned. Three sources familiar with the matter said. “In a month or two we’ll be about to open for [the city Department of Homeless Services]for the homeless,” a hotel worker told … Read more

Shooting Victims Sue NYC Over Infamous Umbrella Hotel Incident

Two men seriously injured in a deadly shooting at a Queens hotel have filed suit against the city for failing to close the troubled guest house after months of pleas and warnings from locals that someone could be killed there. the Post has learned. Shamel Bennett and Rukeem Cummings — who attended a 2021 New … Read more

Young men’s reckless driving leads to more traffic deaths in New York

Just before 2 a.m. on February 28, 2022, after a night of partying in Upper Manhattan, Edgar Valette, 39, got into his BMW to drive two friends — Kimberly Martinez, 28, and Michael Santos, 30 — home. Driving south on the Henry Hudson Parkway, he lost control of his vehicle and jumped a barrier on … Read more

Eric Adams hires Resorts World exec right from an agency that will likely oversee the new casino

Mayor Eric Adams has appointed a director who works for the casino Resorts World New York City as his administration’s top public safety adviser, raising new ethical questions as the gambling business looks to expand in Queens. The assistant, Timothy Pearson, is an old friend of Adams’s and a former colleague of his at the … Read more

Migrants use charity money to flee NYC when they can’t get into shelter

The city’s reception system is too dysfunctional for these migrants! Four asylum seekers who braved the trek to the US-Mexico border — and across it — were so tired of waiting for beds in New York City that they used charitable funds to get to Washington, DC, The Post has learned. The unidentified men arrived … Read more

NYC Social Services chief Gary Jenkins withheld information from Mayor Adams about homeless shelter issues

New York City Department of Social Service Commissioner Eric Adams, Gary Jenkins, withheld from him astonishingly important information about migrants sleeping on the floor at a city shelter, according to sources and texts obtained by The Post. The disclosure about the omission comes after the agency’s chief public information officer, Julia Savel, was fired after … Read more

Migrants with bus to New York and DC entangled in political struggle

When nearly 100 migrants arrived in New York City from Texas on Wednesday morning, they got off buses and were caught in a political firestorm. Since Aprilmore than 6,600 asylum seekers who have already been processed and released by the Department of Homeland Security have been sent to Washington, DC by Texas Governor Greg Abbott, … Read more

More Buses Full of Texas Migrants Arrive in NYC

Three buses full of migrants from Texas arrived in New York City early Wednesday — welcomed by supporters who held $20 bills in their hands. The buses arrived at the Port Authority Bus Terminal in Midtown, days after Mayor Eric Adams labeled Texas Governor Greg Abbott “anti-American” for moving the asylum seekers. John Torres, who … Read more

Mayor Adams Announces New Composting Program – CBS New York

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