How New Yorkers are making bank ratting out idling drivers

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The number of summonses issued for violating the city’s anti-idling law skyrocketed to 1,038 last year — up from just 24 in 2017 — following the creation of a reward program for ratting out offenders, The Post has learned.

Meanwhile, the city Department of Environmental Protection has handed out nearly $20,000 to 13 whistleblowers who each got a 25 percent share of the fines generated by their tips, according to official data.

??Leading the list is lawyer David Dong, who pocketed $4,912.80 ??from 47 summonses, followed by theater worker Zachary Tinkelman, who scored $4,600, also from 47 summonses.

He also offered to train anyone who’s “serious” about joining the crackdown.

 

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Of course the top people on the list are rich...
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Yo I'm trying to stack some dollars, how does one get in on some of this action?
 
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beebob

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Of course the top people on the list are rich...
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Yo I'm trying to stack some dollars, how does one get in on some of this action?
Rob a bank
That’s where they keep the money ?
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