From the NY Post:
Councilman Lew Fidler (D-Brooklyn) -- the frontrunner to fill the disgraced Kruger’s Senate seat in a special election March 20 – is up to his old tricks routinely parking on a sidewalk corridor in the plaza behind Borough Hall and then walking across the street to work at his Court Street law office.
But unlike October 2010, when the Post reported he had illegally parked his 2002 Infiniti I35 routinely on the public plaza the previous two years, Fidler now pulls in with a larger, sweeter ride -- a 2011 Infiniti FX35.
All this while kicking up his campaign to fill the southern Brooklyn Senate seat held by Kruger, who stepped down last month after tearfully pleading guilty to collecting nearly $1 million in bribes.
“It’s insane that [Fidler] would do this when there’s already a lack of trust over politicians in his district between Kruger and [the sexting scandal that led to last year’s resignation of former Rep. Anthony] Weiner,” said a stunned Brooklyn pol.
The city says only borough-president office vehicles can park in the reserved section of the plaza, between Court and Adams streets and next to Columbus Park.