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Max Rivlin-Nadler has been a contributor to Gothamist since 2013. He has also reported for the New York Times, NPR, and The Intercept. His years-long investigation into New York City's arcane civil forfeiture laws led to a series of reforms which altered a practice that had been taking millions from poor communities for decades. Recently, he brought back a surfing habit from a few years on the west coast, and would love to see you all out in the Rockaways.

Max Rivlin-Nadler

The Riders Alliance issued a plan meant to focus the city’s subway safety response on root causes.

“There’s near universal consensus that mass transit access to LaGuardia Airport has to be improved, the question remains what is the best way to do it," an official from the Port Authority said.

On Sunday afternoon, more than a hundred locals gathered to demand that the former P.S. 64 in the East Village be turned back into a community center.

Some city residents have seen their Con Ed bill double or even triple as compared to the previous month.

"These bodegas are facing the ultimate threat from these 15-minute delivery apps,” said Christopher Marte, the new City Council member for the Lower East Side.

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