Eric Adams Still Partially Owns Brooklyn Co-Op, According to Records

Mayor Eric Adams has said that he no longer owns a Brooklyn co-op, despite public records to the contrary. But in public filings, he acknowledged ownership.

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Will Eric Adams Release His Taxes?

Mayor Adams initially refused to commit to releasing his tax returns, breaking with tradition and resurrecting questions over his transparency.

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Eric Adams Can Hire His Brother, but at Salary of $1, Not $210,000

Instead of overseeing the mayor’s security detail, Bernard Adams will be a senior adviser to the mayor with no supervisory role after an ethics board ruling.

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Eric Adams Cuts His Brother’s Duties After Giving Him Top Police Job

Amid concerns of nepotism, Bernard Adams will be executive director of mayoral security, not deputy police commissioner. He will earn $210,000.

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De Blasio Fought for 2 Years to Keep Ethics Warning Secret. Here’s Why.

Mayor Bill de Blasio was warned that he created an “appearance of coercion and improper access” by directly contacting donors who had business before the city.

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