Call it Mothers Against Deadly Driving.
No one is arguing that the top prosecutor should not have charged the biker with the high-level misdemeanor of reckless endangerment, but why doesn't he levy the same charge with any regularity to motorists who do the very same thing?
If that sounds like a lot of hemming and hawing, ha ha, well, it is!
He's no longer a mean one, Mr. Mayor.
They all opposed Corey Johnson's "Streets Master Plan" bill. Here's what the "nays" said.
Car owners may not have liked losing a lane to pedestrians, but local leaders, the DOT and even the Fifth Avenue Business Improvement District were on board.
The amended bill gives the mayor until Dec. 1, 2021 to create the five-year plan — one month before the end of his rein as New York's leader.