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Sunday, July 18, 2010

NYC Anti Mob Agency Raises The Ante

Official seal of City of New YorkImage via Wikipedia
The Business Integrity Commission, the New York City watchdog agency which attempts to keep organized crime out of the waste carting industry, public wholesale markets, and shipboard gambling operations, is proposing increases in the registration fees it charges to meat, fish and produce wholesalers as reported by Candice M. Giove for the New York Post: "The mob-busting commission wants to increase registration fees for each wholesaler to $4,000 from $250. It also seeks to raise the cost of employee ID cards to $100 from $20 and double the price of background checks to $600."
The City of New York Business Integrity Commission


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