TONIGHT ON METROFOCUS

May 23, 2018 at 5:30 am

Does your boss hit you with a barrage of emails after work? If so, you’re not alone. If one Council Member has his way, a new law will not only interference with your personal time illegal, it will also come with hefty fines. City Council Member Rafael Espinal, Jr., joins us to share the details. Is a floating pontoon bridge the answer to the commuter nightmares that are anticipated to coincide with the L-Train shut down? We’re taking a look at this possible solution. PBS’ “The Great American Read” kicks off the country, and here in New York City, we’re on a search for the best books that use New York as a backdrop. Central Park is a major hub for our feathered friends migrating for the summer. Join us as we go bird watching.

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