FDNY, NYC employees under investigation for vaccine card scam: Sources

COVID-19 The Post has learned that vaccination fraud may spread faster than the killer bug itself among New York City workers. At least two city agencies, the FDNY and the Department of Sanitation, are in the crosshairs of investigating employees who provide false evidence of a COVID-19 vaccine — in some cases steal blank fax cards — in order to comply with Mayor Bill de Blasio’s mandate. Insiders said. At FDNY, the scheme appears to have involved the theft of blank cards from the agency’s headquarters in Brooklyn and other…

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De Blasio strikes deal with NYC unions over COVID-19 vaccine mandate

Mayor Bill de Blasio struck a deal with four unions in cities — including the largest in the Big Apple and sanitation workers — to allow unvaccinated workers more time to apply for waivers from his COVID-19 vaccine mandate, city officials announced. Notably, absent from the deal were unions representing FDNY and EMS workers, who strongly opposed de Blasio’s executive order requiring city employees to take a jab or go on unpaid leave. The deal — announced Thursday afternoon and signed by DC 37, Teamsters Local 237, Uniformed Sanitationmen’s Association…

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It’s a happy day to replace Bill de Blasio, the worst mayor ever!

It’s been so long, Bill de Blasio! New York may have been a tale of two cities when I arrived, but not anymore. Now it’s just one city, a city defined by our hatred of Bill de Blasio. As New York City picks its next mayor, Billy Bolshevik is officially a lame duck. Farewell to the stumbling Lemaux of the crazy left. Auf Federchen, Warren Wilhelm. Das Vidania, Dinglebury. It’s a divided city that can’t even agree on simple things like which pizza to go to, or whether you should…

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The luxury New York tower has been accused of piling rubbish in front of a West End supermarket

A grocer on Manhattan’s West Side stinks at the huge piles of rubbish being dumped outside his store – pointing his finger at the posh tower across the street. Three times a week, hundreds of bags of trash are piled up in front of the Morton Williams Supermarket on West End Avenue and 60th Street, says Avi Kanner, co-owner of the New York-area chain. According to Kanner’s photos, the buildup that occurred last week appeared to span 75 feet, rising in some places higher than the heads of passersby. It’s…

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New York City sanitation workers blame de Blasio’s vaccine mandate on garbage

These city employees think Mayor Bill de Blasio’s job of vaccinating is pure waste—and they should know! Sanitation workers angry at the COVID-19 vaccination order are letting trash pile up all over Staten Island and in parts of Brooklyn — and their union boss said Wednesday he’s on their side. Sources said the protesting workers are engaging in a rule book slowdown that includes returning to their garage for things like gloves or gas so that the assembly isn’t finished. Sources said supervisors were warned to guard the garage this…

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