Just like de Blasio's deal with the Podolsky's it looks like the city way overspent again. This time for the animal shelter in Ridgewood. The city paid 13.2 million dollars for property worth about $946,000. That's 12.3 million dollars that could have been used in an emergency like, oh, I don't know, in case there was a global pandemic or something less catastrophic but economically devastating.
The real kick about this is that this deal was made when Bill de Blasio was running for president and was barely showing up to City Hall at the time.
Thank you Lucky for this scoop.