DE BLASIO’S NEW YORK: Giant Rats Overtaking Central Park And The Upper West Side

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Rat school is in session as fed-up New Yorkers try to learn how to deal with a surging rodent population.

Rats as big as bunnies are roaming the streets in broad daylight, nesting in trees and chewing through car engine wires that can cost thousands to fix. And there are so many that residents are kvetching about them every chance they get — 311 hotline complaints about rats have totaled 12,632 so far this year — a third more than the 9,042 for all of 2019.

With the Upper West Side teeming with the hungry critters, Assemblywoman Linda Rosenthal and the city Health Department sponsored the latest incarnation of “Rat Academy,” two hours of rat prevention training livestreamed Tuesday to nearly four dozen supers, tenants and homeowners. The city began such training sessions about 10 years ago.

Read more at NY Post.



  1. No rats in my neighborhood. We are literally crawling with feral cats, which we feed and shelter. The cats aren’t Jewish and they hunt rats for sport.

  2. Could there be reimbursement for ratting on the rats or is there only reimbursement for ratting on people who park illegally. In deBlasio’s New York the hard working people are seen as the problem and the rats (including the 2 legged type) are seen as the heros


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