No, it’s not over. In truth, this week goes to be make-or-break for New York’s battle towards the coronavirus, Mayor de Blasio predicts (NY Post).
“With luck, this week will likely be decisive in all of our favor,” Hizzoner stated on NY1’s “Inside Metropolis Corridor” final evening. With luck? Given how little fortune we’ve had up to now, that doesn’t sound so nice, Invoice, particularly given the rise in COVID calls, based on EMTs (NY Post).
In different, very restricted information, from yesterday’s financial institution vacation:
- Clayton Guse’s good union sources got here in helpful for this story in regards to the MTA’s vacuum trains actually sucking. (NYDN)
- And crime is seemingly up underground, regardless of the less passengers (NY Times), however Second Avenue Sagas called it fear mongering.
- Stephen Nessen of WNYC did a deep dive on the stalled Gateway challenge, which President Obama known as “an important” infrastructure challenge within the nation, however President Trump “appeared to stroll away from it for no logical motive,” Nessen experiences.
- In case you missed it, Eater stayed on the story that we hinted at last month: The entire warmth lamp factor isn’t figuring out but.
- Our cops spend all day and night guarding Columbus statues in New York, however Syracuse goes to do away with its monument to the genocidal explorer. (NY Post)
- Lastly, Larry Penner was again to his previous self once more, tweaking the MTA for not having pretty much as good a long-range capital plan as Los Angeles. (This Island Now)