Local Agencies Looks Away From Bold Executive Order Violations

Is Bad RIOC's Comeback Making Cuomo Out To Be A Hypocrite?

In spite of Cuomo's executive orders fighting COVID-19, construction at The Sanctuary continued, also without DOB permits posted.
In spite of Cuomo's executive orders fighting COVID-19, construction at The Sanctuary continued, also without DOB permits posted.
© David Stone/Roosevelt Island Daily

Bad RIOC makes a comeback. Exposed again, the agency, overseen by Governor Andrew Cuomo, looks the other way as local operators violate executive orders and city laws. But why? And who benefits

 

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