Central Park: Second Off-Leash Dog Run Over and Killed In Week
An unleashed dog was struck and killed by a Parks Department truck in Central Park NYC Park Advocates has leaned. The canine was struck by a vehicle driven by Parks Department supervisor traveling southbound near 100th st. & west drive last Wednesday morning before 8:00am. according to several city sources. The dog died as a result of the injuries.Read More
Commissioner Taylor to Homeless Families: DROP DEAD!
Last month, Gary Giordano, District Manager of Community Board 5Q, wrote a letter to Gilbert Taylor, Commissioner of the Department of Homeless Services (DHS), which included questions and concerns of proposing a homeless shelter next to a large chemical storage facility.Read More
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