Tomorrow looks like the most unsettled of the next few as showers and storms will be likely during the day, with a bit of a break during the mid-day. Not expecting any severe weather at this moment, but any storms could drop heavy rain in a short amount of time… not exactly a great scenario considering the aftermath of Isaias is still present. … [Read more...] about New York Weather: CBS2’s 8/6 Thursday Night Forecast
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Police appear to be turning a blind eye to a growing crowd of drug addicts shooting up in broad daylight in Manhattan's Midtown neighborhood as locals plead for someone to step in and put an end to the unsettling scenes. Pictured: One man doubles over on the ground while another holds onto a railing for support in a plaza at 34th St and 8th Ave on Thursday … [Read more...] about Mayor de Blasio dismisses rich New Yorkers who fled the city as ‘fairweather friends’ and says their taxes should be raised – days after Gov. Cuomo begged the city’s top 1% to return to prop up its ailing finances
As of Thursday, New Jersey’s case rate per 100,000 people was 30 over the past seven days, according to The New York Times. The state had a positivity rate of 1.77 percent on its tests over the past week, according to the Johns Hopkins University Coronavirus Resource Center. For the past month, that number was 1.52 percent. The state was testing 2.3 people per 1,000, a rate that was trending downward according to Johns Hopkins. … [Read more...] about How Is New York Having Crazy Parties With No COVID Surge?
Ultimately, the specifics of most re-opening decisions in New York will be left up to individual school districts. There will, however, be some state-specific rules as Cuomo outlined on Twitter: School districts must post remote learning and testing/tracing plans; set dates for three to five discussion sessions with parents prior to August 21st; and have at least one separate discussion with teachers. Additionally, masks will be required in schools when social distancing isn’t possible, and schools will be required to provide masks to students who do not have one. … [Read more...] about Governor Andrew Cuomo Says Schools in New York Can Re-Open This Fall
But the residential eviction moratorium will expire Wednesday night and there has been no sign of another extension - meaning eviction orders brought against tenants before the pandemic, which were then put on hold due to the moratorium, can be carried out … [Read more...] about Demonstrators storm offices of landlord attorneys to protest evictions as New York moratorium ends TONIGHT with up to 14,000 families facing becoming homeless