NYC Tries Again To Clean Up Rat-Infested ‘No Man’s’ Areas

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At a glance

  •  New York City Mayor Eric Adams announced Thursday a plan to spend $14.5 million to clean up roughly 1,500 locations across the city that have become neglected under prior administrations.
  • The multi-agency endeavor will lead to 200 new jobs within the city’s Department of Sanitation. In addition, the Department of Parks and Recreation will add evening shifts for targeted cleaning, and what Adams described at a Brooklyn press conference as “rat mitigation.”

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