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New York Times: N.Y.C. Health Commissioner Resigns After Clashes With Mayor Over Virus

New York Times: N.Y.C. Health Commissioner Resigns After Clashes With Mayor Over Virus. “New York City’s health commissioner, Dr. Oxiris Barbot, resigned… and voiced her ‘deep disappointment’ with Mayor Bill de Blasio’s handling of the pandemic, renewing scrutiny of his leadership during the crisis just as the city faces pressing decisions about how quickly to reopen schools and businesses.”

NY1: Mayor: City Schools Won't Reopen if Coronavirus Infection Rate Rises Above 3 Percent

NY1: Mayor: City Schools Won’t Reopen if Coronavirus Infection Rate Rises Above 3 Percent. “New York City’s tracking indicators have remained below 3 percent since June 10, but de Blasio said an increase, measured on a seven-day rolling average, would trigger a delay in public schools reopening. 19 more words

Of Masks And Men

This post is the first in a series about COVID-19. It’s about masks, social distancing, quarantine rules, and shut-downs going on in America.

People are upset. 3,209 more words

Spectrum News New York: Business Sector Calls for Partnership in Economic Recovery, but de Blasio Focuses on Federal Bailout

Spectrum News New York: Business Sector Calls for Partnership in Economic Recovery, but de Blasio Focuses on Federal Bailout. “New York City is at the edge of a fiscal precipice: a multibillion-dollar budget hole thanks to the coronavirus and a still-undefined economic recovery effort from City Hall. 45 more words

Why I Left The Left

Dave Rubin of The Rubin Report talks to Mayor Rudy Giuliani, former Mayor of New York City, about the current state of NYC, the New York Police Department, NYPD, CHAZ and Bill de Blasio. 90 more words

Sounding Off!

KOB4: NYC to give greater access to police disciplinary records

KOB4: NYC to give greater access to police disciplinary records. “In his latest push for police reform, Mayor Bill de Blasio announced Wednesday that the city is launching an online database that will let New Yorkers track disciplinary cases against police officers accused of excessive force and other violations and view their administrative records.”