The Department of Investigation found a host of problems with the city's beleaguered elections board.
Local officials have called for an investigation into the proposed shelter at 165 W. Ninth St.
Anastasios Kountis, 32, was accused of dishing out fake A grades in exchange for cash, officials said.
The Cliffs is looking to open in July. Its owner was recently probed by the Department of Investigations.
A former city parks officer could face up to a year in jail after he was accused of stealing $55.
Bronx City Councilman was found guilty of wire fraud, mail fraud and conspiracy charges.
Gail Lewis and Captain Sherman Graham were accused of filing false reports.
A bookkeeper for the Brooklyn public administrator and three others colluded in the scheme.
Sherwan Gamble, 52, and Joanne Simmons, 50, have been arrested for housing fraud, the DOI said.
Carnegie Hall pianist Antonio Fermin, 48, pleaded guilty to stealing $17,815 in housing subsidies.
The contractor responsible for the botched CityTime project will pay the city half a billion dollars.
Clara Espada, 41, is facing a six months in jail for allowing drugs onto Rikers Island.
Two Department of Correction officers were indicted on charges of assault and falsifying records.
A Lower East Side tenants association president was among four suspects who allegedly scammed the city out of $200K.
One fraudster cashed 38 pension checks worth $139, 818, using the driver's license of a pensioner who died in 2007.
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