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Yoav Gonen
City Hall reporter . Formerly . Will RT anything, even if it's true. Hablo español más o menos. ygonen@thecity.nyc
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Paul Rieckhoff Jun 11
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You Had One Job Jun 3
I hope they realize she can move in any direction.
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Yoav Gonen Jun 5
Here's another goodie the de Blasio administration gave the hotel union: A 4-year moratorium on conversions of hotels to condos. Turns out the city isn't fully convinced the moratorium was legal and allowed it to expire over the weekend
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Ginia Bellafante Jun 5
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Yoav Gonen Jun 5
Article doesn’t mention that Unite Here, the parent union, was formerly run by de Blasio’s cousin
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Bill Hammond Jun 4
Replying to @NYHammond
The airport workers union is supporting a bill in Albany that would require employers to pay a health insurance supplement of $4.48/hour. That's almost 30% of income and equates to $9,300/year for a full-time employee -- $2,000 more than NY's average single-coverage premium.
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GregBSmith Jun 4
As ⁦⁩ blows lead paint cleanup deadline workers making sure apartments are really clean are given expired dust wipes
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Rachel Holliday Smith Jun 3
We've got some very kickass reporting interns with us for a summer in : ⭐ Follow them! And watch for big things from all of the above
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THE CITY Jun 3
Monitor Bart Schwartz alleged is not aggressively tracking down all the apartments w/ lead paint where children live or visit frequently—and can’t meet a self-imposed deadline to test 135K flats where lead is suspected by the end of next year.
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Yoav Gonen Jun 2
Replying to @ndhapple
Oh I know. There’s many more quotes beyond what’s in the article. I believe he wanted to have an extended public conversation about Fox News
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Yoav Gonen Jun 2
Replying to @ndhapple
Not shocked actually. He needs the exposure
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THE CITY Jun 2
We want to hear from parents or guardians of children who are special education students in NYC, or any school faculty that engaged or work with these students. Help us out:
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THE CITY May 31
NEW: Monitor Bart Schwartz sent a blistering letter to interim NYCHA Chair Kathryn Garcia, accusing her of giving a “misleading impression” during testimony to City Council about the housing agency’s efforts to remove lead from apartments w/ kids.
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Melissa Russo May 31
Priceless: WATCH ⁩ reaction today when I ask if he’s concerned the absence of ⁦⁩ while campaigning for President will impact NYC?
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Jose Martinez May 31
THE PARK DEPARTMENT: Price to stash wheels at city lots & garages set to ⬆️ ⬆️ ⬆️ on 7/1 “I’m going from $300 a month to $500 a month — and I have two parking spaces,” one LES driver sez From with :
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Yoav Gonen May 31
For all the visually-minded learners out there (like me)
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Yoav Gonen May 30
. commits to external review of DOE's provision of special education services in response to complaint that student IEPs aren't adhered to: "A third party review of what we do is already something we’re working to put in place.”
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THE CITY May 30
We want to hear from parents of children who are special education students in NYC. Go here for more info:
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Yoav Gonen May 29
One explanation for the Brooklyn community board's purchase of a $26K SUV: “The borough president has meetings at night at Borough Hall — the chair has to go... How does she get there? I take her."
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THE CITY May 29
.’s now-defunct nonprofit got a donation after he called a developer who had received city land and $12m in city financing, according to newly uncensored portions of a Department of Investigation report.
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