A multimedia look at the past, present and future of waste in New York City.
During the Bloomberg administration, rents were hiked dramatically at one Brooklyn complex in order to keep it operating. The city believes the move preserved a Mitchell-Lama development. Some tenants say it did so in name only.
The civilian headcount at the Fire Department has more than tripled in the past two decades, while staffing at the Commission on Human Rights has been more than halved. How do the changes in city personnel reflect New York's shifting priorities?
A representative of the livery-cab industry argues for the Taxi & Limousine Commission to reject proposed rules at its meeting this week because they do more harm than good for local competition.