Category Archives: — In the News

This is why “service dogs” in NYC are out of control

September 23, 2016- BP.TV has extensively reported on the “service dog” scam, whereby selfish,

Posted in - Downtown oversight, - NYPD First Precinct, -- In the News, Dog feces and urine on sidewalks, Gripes, Lawyers, Pets | 2 Comments

Chelsea Clinton’s apartment where Hillary went after her collapse is also a New York registered medical facility

September 18, 2016- We got a tip about a rightwing blog post that is going viral. So, we verified the facts.

Posted in - Downtown oversight, - Federal government, -- In the News, Doctors, Dentists | Leave a comment

What is the difference between organized crime and the Cuomo/de-Blasio administrations?

Update September 21, 2016- Joe Percoco and other top aids to Cuomo were officially indicted today by Preet Bharara.

Posted in - City government, - Downtown oversight, - Federal government, - NYPD First Precinct, - Politics, - State Government, -- In the News, Crime, Gripes, Lawyers, Op-Ed | Leave a comment

Boston-like pressure cooker terrorist bombs blast West Village

September 18, 2016- The mainstream media, which takes its talking points from The White House,

Posted in - City government, - Downtown oversight, - NYPD First Precinct, - Politics, - State Government, -- In the News, Crime, Guns | Leave a comment

More people fled NYC than any other city

September 15, 2016- I am not alone. The Post reports, “Taxpaying New Yorkers are leaving in droves

Posted in - Real estate, -- In the News | Leave a comment

Squirrel population in BPC parks dwindles

September 2, 2016- DowntownExpress reports that some believe the squirrel population in our parks has declined. However, the poorly written article fails to point blame whatsoever

Posted in -- In the News, Battery Park City and BPCA, Decline of our parks, Parks, Wildlife | 1 Comment

Black gay man gets 9 years for bar fight with white gay couple

September 16, 2016- The Post reports, “A man convicted at trial of bashing a gay couple over the head with

Posted in - NYPD First Precinct, -- In the News, Crime | Leave a comment

Look what we’ve started

September 9, 2016- by Steven E. Greer, MD More than four years ago, when I started to attack the BPCA administrations as crooks and cronies, rigging RFP contracts,

Posted in - City government, - Community Board 1, - Downtown oversight, - Federal government, - Politics, - State Government, -- In the News, Battery Park City and BPCA | 1 Comment

SoHo couple charged with kidnapping and torturing woman during threesome

September 15, 2016- The Post reports that a married couple who live in SoHo attended the Sundance Film

Posted in - NYPD First Precinct, -- In the News, Crime, SoHo | Leave a comment

Human error caused deadly crane collapse in Tribeca last February

Update September 12, 2016- ABC reports that an investigation concluded that human error

Posted in - NYPD First Precinct, - Real estate, -- In the News, Financial District, TriBeCa | Leave a comment

Port Authority to sell 1 WTC Freedom Tower

Update September 6, 2016- It took almost two years, but the Port Authority is going to try to sell the

Posted in - Real estate, -- In the News, World Trade Center | Leave a comment

New renderings of the proposed WTC performing arts center

September 8, 2016- The NYT reports on the new designs for the WTC performing arts center. the Frank Gehry

Posted in - Real estate, -- In the News, Art and Museums, Events and Activities, Outdoor events, Performing arts, World Trade Center | Leave a comment

My surreal experiences on September 11, 2001

September 9, 2011 (ten year anniversary) By Steven Greer, MD No story told by a living person about September 11th, 2001 can compare to the events experienced by those who were on the

Posted in -- In the News, Op-Ed | 2 Comments

42% of New York renters are paying so much that they are considered distressed

August 23, 2016- DNAinfo posted a short article advising renters. In it, they state, “Housing policy experts agree that if you pay more than 30 percent of your income on rent, you’re considered

Posted in - Real estate, -- In the News, -- Neighborhoods | Leave a comment

Helicopters carrying One-Percenters to The Hamptons enraging the peasants below

September 5, 2016- Much like the tourist helicopters bothering Lower Manhattaners, the Hamptons has the same problem. The Post reports. “The fight over the East Hampton Airport

Posted in -- In the News, Helicopter noise | Leave a comment

Vacancy Map Shows TriBeCa and SoHo Have Most Empty Storefronts in Manhattan

September 1, 2016- DNAinfo reports, “Developer Justin Levinson created the Vacant New York map by

Posted in - Real estate, -- In the News, SoHo, TriBeCa, Wall Street | Leave a comment

Post-Sandy devastation in Manhattan mostly caused by institutional incompetence

September 4, 2016- After several years of having no hurricanes develop off of the African Coast, we are getting hit again. However, four years after Hurricane Sandy, the incompetent

Posted in - State Government, -- In the News, Gripes, Hurricane Sandy, Op-Ed | 9 Comments

New Yorker Magazine covers our story on kayak activists

July 23, 2013- By Steven E. Greer, MD In the July 29th edition of New Yorker Magazine, journalist Nick Paumgarten covered our

Posted in -- In the News, Accomplishments, Featured Residents, Gripes, New York Waterway ferry boat pollution, Sailing/Yachting | 5 Comments

So many new apartments have been built in Brooklyn that landlords are giving away free months of rent

August 30, 2016- The NYT reports, “There are 19 residential towers either under construction or recently

Posted in - Real estate, -- In the News, Brooklyn, Wall Street | Leave a comment

Told you so. This is why I left Manhattan.

August 11, 2016- DNAinfo reports, “NEW YORK CITY — The number of apartments on the market in Manhattan

Posted in - Real estate, -- In the News, -- Neighborhoods, Wall Street | Leave a comment