NYCHA's lead inspection cover-up, the case for running the Second Avenue subway into the Bronx, more

By Nathan Tempey  | December 6, 2017 - 11:05AM

Former Trump campaign manager Paul Manafort is reportedly having work done on his Carroll Gardens brownstone/alleged money laundering vessel without a permit, and ignoring a stop work order from the Buildings Department (Pardon Me For Asking; previously)

Here's a timeline of the mayor and New York City Housing Authority's cover-up of NYCHA's failure to perform lead inspections for four years (New York Times)

City Council members are working on a bill to halt the construction of tall towers near the Manhattan Bridge on the Lower East Side (Politico)

The MTA and the city Department of Transportation are keeping everyone else in the dark about their L train shutdown plans (Village Voice)

Some NJ Transit buses are so crowded that riders can't board, and many of those who can are standing in the aisles (

The Regional Plan Association is recommending extending the Second Avenue subway line into the Bronx, among other elaborate additions to the transit system (Welcome2TheBronx)

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