Comptroller Scott Stinger accused the Housing Authority of under-reporting their repair backlog.
Auditors from the Comptroller's Office found two units previously occupied by squatters during a visit.
The Law Department chose Jay Eisenhofer's firm three months after he gave $20,000 to mayor's nonprofit.
Badillo died on Wednesday at the age of 85.
The sidewalk outside the Nigerian Consulate was repaired after more than a decade of tripping people up.
The record amount of overtime was more than double what was paid when Bloomberg took office.
The comptroller announced the audit Wednesday, amid a controversy over the Queens Library's spending.
Stringer heads to the general election after a race defined by former Gov. Spitzer's late entry.
Ex-governor Eliot Spitzer got the backing of CSEA, the state's largest union for public sector employees.
The proposal, which would allow bigger skyscrapers around Grand Central, now heads to City Planning.
Spitzer's campaign goes after Stringer for phantom "blue ribbom commissions" that were never proposed.
The struggling comptroller had a sandwich with DNAinfo New York, and said his campaign's far from done.
An average of 100 students were suspended every day and about 90 percent of them were black or Hispanic.
The former governor was just hours away from cruising onto the September primary ballot.
Eliot Spitzer has to collect thousands of signatures before the Thursday deadline.
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