Cuomo says subway is 'disgusting,' social distancing for pets, & more

By Emily Myers | April 30, 2020 - 11:30AM 


Governor Andrew Cuomo orders a nightly cleaning plan for the subway after reports of disgusting conditions, increased crime, and homelessness on the trains (CNBC)

Some New Yorkers who fled the city are vowing not to come back (New York Post)

The CDC now recommends pet owners prevent their dogs and cats from interacting with people or animals outside their household (Apartment Therapy)

State Senator David Carlucci is introducing a bill to suspend quarterly property tax deadlines through the end of the year (The Real Deal)

The U.S. government is in contract to sell a Soho loft seized from Malaysian fugitive Jho Low, who is at the center of a multi-billion-dollar money laundering scandal (New York Post)

After a year-long debacle to replace Squibb Bridge, the zigzagging pathway will open next Monday reconnecting Brooklyn Bridge Park and the promenade (Curbed NY)

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