A New York City paraprofessional accessed the emergency contact information of kids in her class to sell their families insurance. One sanitation worker used a city truck to haul construction waste from his home. And a supervisor drove a sanitation vehicle to the mall for a 90-minute shopping spree while parked in a handicapped spot.
All were fined by the city's Conflicts of Interest Board for breaking the rules.
The board on Wednesday released its periodic roundup of city employees
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