good morning, New York City! Happy weekend!
- 💉 A judge ruled in New York against the State of New York for a vaccine for workers in the New York Police Union.
- Average rent in Manhattan rose 28 percent in August.
- 🏮 There’s plenty of action this weekend – be sure to check out the Morningside Lights Festival this evening!
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Mostly sunny High: 70 Low: 57.
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- A New York State Supreme Court judge ruled Friday that the city’s vaccination mandate for New York Police officers who are members of the police union was invalid, and ordered the reinstatement of all workers who had been fired or furloughed. New York City plans to appeal the decision, saying it “contradicts every other court decision upholding authorization as a condition of employment.” (NBC New York)
- Average rents in Manhattan rose 28 percent in August to $5,246 compared to the same month last year, according to a study from Douglas Elleman have found. Brooklyn wasn’t far behind with a 24 percent increase. The rise is particularly noticeable in the luxury rental market. (New York City Patch)
- A new city council study reveals that black, Asian, Hispanic and female workers in New York City earn less on average than their white male counterparts. Council members believe this is due to “occupational segregation” under which workers from minority backgrounds are more likely to hold lower-paying jobs in the city. (Gothamist)
- Fifty local unions filed a lawsuit in Queens High Court this week against global consulting firm McKinsey & Co. for its role in fueling the opioid crisis. a company previously settled For $600 million in 49 states last year. This filing claims that unions need to tap into their pension funds because of “unpaid costs related to opioid overprescribing.” (City)
- Recently announced state legislation will require all immigrants facing the possibility of deportation in New York the right to a lawyer. The bill, to be introduced by Senator Brad Hoelman and Assemblyman Catalina Cruz, comes as thousands of asylum seekers arrive in New York City by bus. (amen)
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This weekend in New York City:
- Saturday: Jamaica Q 5.5K Walk/Run – Jamaica, Queens (8:30 am)
- Saturday: The 41st Annual Great Irish Festival – Windsor Terrace (11 am)
- Saturday: Morningside Festival of Lights – Uptown Manhattan (8 pm)
- Sunday: 2022 Tunnel to the Towers 5K Run & Walk – From Brooklyn to Manhattan (9:30 am)
- Sunday: Brooklyn Book Festival (12 pm)
- Sunday: Muslim Day Parade – Midtown Manhattan (12:30 pm)
Crime and Safety Corner:
- A mob boss nicknamed “Fat Cat” tenderly wants to be released from prison for his vegetarian diet. Federal prosecutors in Brooklyn disagree. (New York City Patch)
- A rookie cop allegedly replaced a pair of Apple AirPods from a restaurant worker in Lower Manhattan — And she was captured on camera doing just that. (New York Post)
- Daniel Gill, Staten Island supermarket worker accused of slapping Rudy Giuliani, now wants $2 million From the city to arrest a liar. (amen)
From my notebook:
- These are some of the “late” companies in New York City Which owes the most taxes. (New York City Patch)
- New York City Mayor Eric Adams plans to travel to Puerto Rico over the weekend To measure the damage caused by Hurricane Fiona and help coordinate relief efforts. (New York Daily News)
- A malfunctioning water tank may be the cause of the arsenic water crisis in Jacob Reese’s New York City homes. The pump stopped working properly for the whole month of July. (City)
- NYCHA residents in the Bronx rebuild their community garden After they said it was unexpectedly disrupted due to construction. (Pix 11)
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