According to figures by the Department of Public Works, the city pays $200,000 a year on average in lawsuits stemming from broken sidewalks. Which is an increase from the $73,000 it paid in 2008.
One way to attract business.
Some of the money cannot be spent until the bicycle injunction is lifted.
Gum, as it turns out, hangs out for a long time, whether it's naturally or artificially derived. And it's definitely cheaper to let it linger.En Español
Quiet streets as the storm raged.
New inspection program means more costs for property owners.