Add botched vendor contract negotiations to Mayor de Blasio’s list of excuses for not implementing a City Council law designed to impound cars owned by dangerous drivers such as one blamed for killing a 3-month-old baby girl last week in Brooklyn.
“There was certainly some issue with a private vendor we were dealing with,” de Blasio said of the delay during a news conference Thursday.
De Blasio was speaking of city Department of Transportation efforts last spring to hire a company to conduct driver safety courses that are required by the Dangerous Vehicle Abatement bill, which de Blasio signed in Feb. 2020.
Eric DeBerry, who was freed from prison last summer, is suing NYPD officers and the city for putting him there, according to a new suit.
A Brooklyn man who was freed from prison after 20 years in 2020 is suing the city. (Shutterstock) CROWN HEIGHTS, BROOKLYN – When Eric […]
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