Eight safety agents at a Staten Island high school were slapped with summonses last week for illegal parking — while cops at a station house just blocks away are being let off the hook for the same offense.
The Curtis HS agents had NYPD placards and were parked in a “No Standing” zone with other Department of Education staffers, who weren’t ticketed for the violation, said Gregg Floyd, president of Teamsters Local 237, the union for school safety agents.
On Tuesday, The Post also spotted several personal vehicles with NYPD placards parked illegally near the neighborhood’s 120th Precinct headquarters, including three cars on a sidewalk.
“There is a double standard,” Floyd said when asked about his members getting summonses while police officers and teachers get off scot-free.
He insisted Mayor de Blasio is only taking a stand on parking violations because of all the criticism he’s faced for doling out 50,000 placards to teachers in an election year.
“This is the first time we’ve received tickets,” Floyd said. “De Blasio is going by the adage, ‘If I don’t have a problem, I’ll make one.’ ”