Morning Report: Ex-City Real Estate Chief Says Landlord Denied Paying ‘Volunteer’ Advisor

Morning Report: Ex-City Real Estate Chief Says Landlord Denied Paying ‘Volunteer’ Advisor

May 17, 2022 The city’s former real estate chief recently testified under oath that she directly asked the city’s 101 Ash St. and Civic Center Plaza landlord at least twice if the company was paying the city’s purportedly volunteer real estate adviser. On two occasions, ex-city real estate director Cybele Thompson recalled during an April … Read more

accessibility Archives – BikinginLA

accessibility Archives – BikinginLA

More Bike Week news. The Pasadena Complete Streets Coalition is teaming with Day One to host a free evening taco ride tonight. Pasadena’s Day One is hosting a bike-in movie Saturday night, screening Together We Cyclea documentary about the history of bicycling in the Netherlands. Santa Clarita is hosting a Bike to Work Week Challenge … Read more

New York City elevates to ‘high’ coronavirus alert level, indoor masks urged

New York City elevates to ‘high’ coronavirus alert level, indoor masks urged

NEW YORK CITY (WABC) — New York City entered the “high” COVID-19 alert level Tuesday, and health officials are strongly recommending wearing masks in public indoor settings. Health officials say there is a high community spread, and pressure on the health care system is increasing. “New York City has transitioned to a high COVID alert … Read more

Exclusive: Chipotle workers file for HERO Act safety committees

Exclusive: Chipotle workers file for HERO Act safety committees

Workers from at least two different Chipotles are putting the New York HERO Act to one of its first major tests, requesting the formation of workplace safety committees as the law permits. But they say they’ve faced resistance in their first attempt, and are bracing for more resistance as other locations are expected to make … Read more