The price of being the king of affordable housing – CRAIN’S

Posted by on Sep 14, 2017 in WORK | No Comments

Ron Moelis sits atop the city’s affordable-housing industry. But his prowess—and his connections to Deputy Mayor Alicia Glen—made him a top target By Rosa Goldensohn A busload of protesters from Brooklyn and the Bronx marched up a quiet Greenwich, Conn., road in June 2016 toward a sprawling white colonial house owned by the city’s largest […]

Despite safety push, many worksite deaths go uncounted – CRAIN’S

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Despite safety push, many worksite deaths go uncounted More than a third of construction fatalities last year were not recorded by the de Blasio administration By Rosa Goldensohn, Joe Anuta and Harini Chakrapani UNRECORDED: A worker was crushed by a crane in midtown but his death did not make the city’s list of fatalities on […]

City will count all construction deaths – CRAIN’S

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City will count all construction deaths The City Council passed a bill preventing the city from ignoring fatalities By Rosa Goldensohn The City Council on Tuesday approved a measure requiring the Department of Buildings to post a complete list of all construction deaths in the city on its website. The bill was prompted by a […]

DNAinfo: Rikers Inmates’ Deaths Blamed on Health Care Provider Were Kept Secret

Posted by on Oct 29, 2014 in RECENT WORK, WORK | No Comments

  Rikers Inmates’ Deaths Blamed on Health Care Provider Were Kept Secret By  Rosa Goldensohn and James Fanelli

DNAinfo: Teen’s Death in Solitary Cell Shows Health Failures at Rikers Island

Posted by on Aug 20, 2014 in WORK | No Comments

    Teen’s Death in Solitary Cell Shows Health Failures at Rikers Island By Rosa Goldensohn