Sex Offenders as Building Supers? Not in NY

NY politicians fighting sex offenders
NY politicians fighting sex offenders

New Yorkers can breathe a sigh of grateful relief: politicians are stepping forward to ensure that sex offenders are prohibited from holding apartment superintendent jobs.

New York politicians like state Assembly member Micah Kellner and U.S. Senator Charles Schumer are developing legislation to prevent those convicted of violent sexual misconduct from gaining employment that gives these creeps access to your apartment, even after they've served their time.

The politicians point to William Barnason, a convicted sex offender who had the keys to approximately 50 apartments in three buildings in his job as a building super.

Apparently, Baranason used his position to try and force renters to trade sexual favors....