Workers represented by the union include wastewater treatment technicians, park rangers, concrete finishers, asphalt rakers and pump station workers.
The announcement might strike some as ambitious, seeing as Mozyrsky has no experience in criminal law.
The developer told the building’s board that it was having a hard time securing lenders.
The city will spend up to $360,000 on an outside firm to push its ambitious legislative agenda.
During the past year, there’s been a renewed push by the music community for the city to eradicate the use of a particular city code to police noise.
“We will pursue a lawsuit if you even think about selling this property.”
Last summer, WW chronicled the closure of the facility that served low-income and disabled seniors and spoke to several of its displaced residents.
The split comes in the wake of a spring 2022 report that showed the commission in crisis.
The two former political allies are duking it out in the court of public opinion.
The resolution is paired with 90-day goals the mayor’s office laid at the feet of each city commissioner.
The 13 members are still subject to City Council approval on Jan. 25, though are likely to pass with flying colors.
City Attorney Robert Taylor wrote in December that Adams “took frustration out on two of the professional attorneys on my staff.” Everything after that happened quickly.
The mayor contradicts Adams’ narrative that his top aide left on his own accord.
We spoke to the former mayoral aide about his abrupt departure from the city, which he maintains is due solely to health issues.
After a New Year’s bureau shuffle by the mayor, the Transportation Bureau is now under its least progressive city commissioner in years.