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The state comptroller says the New York State Department of Health was unprepared, slow to act and not forthcoming with important data as the pandemic's first waves battered local nursing homes.
The city is potentially missing out on more than $100 million in unpaid parking tickets and fees from 2012 to 2019.
NJ Transit is just as dysfunctional on the inside as it is on the outside, according to a long-delayed audit released to the public on Tuesday.
The beer stands have been missing since the MTA started investigating in December, and now the workers have been furloughed.
Three workers have been sidelined as part of the probe.
Customers were left waiting for no-show drivers over 31,000 times in 2015.
Some of them have been empty for more than 10 years.
The city currently has about 40,000 pending requests for FiOS service, 75% of which have been outstanding for at least a year.
One of two vacuum trains was out of service for 311 days of the year. (Yes, the MTA has vacuum trains.)
New York City's animal shelters are overcrowded, unsafe, and poorly operated, according to a damning new report detailing inhumane conditions in the shelters run by the city.
It's like "How To Dodge Regulators" 101.
According to the audit the funds went for stuff like salaries, vehicle leases and even things like cosmetics and children's furniture!
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