Letitia James

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Mott Haven »

A report found that the problem is “particularly acute” in Bronx school districts 8, 9, 10, and 11.

Washington Heights »

Seven of the top 12 most frequent elevator outages were elevators in stations above 125th Street.

West Harlem »

The public advocate called for an independent review of the beleaguered program. 

East Elmhurst »

A yearlong study on Rikers Island argues for the complex to be closed and razed to the ground.

Financial District »

De Blasio had a cringe-worthy photo-op with the "Fearless Girl" statue, which will remain until 2018.

Financial District »

The statue will stay situated across from the Wall Street Bull until February 2018.

Upper East Side »

Charter is now rolling out the service to "bridge the digital gap," officials say.

Washington Heights »

Ydanis Rodriguez and Letitia James demanded the MTA resolve the issue with 168th Street's elevators.

Concourse »

The building where a tenant got sick with leptospirosis is run by notorious landlord Ved Parkash.

Mott Haven »

Transportation Alternatives has launched a petition demanding the city fund Citi Bike's expansion.

Morrisania »

The city had dubbed Miller's property at 919 Prospect Ave. the "worst building" in The Bronx.

Bushwick »

Letita James said she has been looking into the troubled nonprofit Bushwick Economic Development Corp.

Claremont »

Landlord Kamran Hakim wants the public advocate to retract the list.

Morrisania »

Landlord Seth Miller was highlighted on Public Advocate Letitia James' 2016 worst landlords list.

Hunts Point »

Housing advocates say Moshe Piller is known for keeping his buildings in poor condition.