By Lisa Fickenscher and Theo Wayt, May 11

“If Gopuff is using cars for deliveries, they are exacerbating congestion and pollution,” Brewer told The Post, accusing Gopuff and other startups of “coming into town upending local laws and extracting what they can from our neighborhoods.”

Over the past week, Gopuff has posted listings across online job boards for delivery drivers, including in specific New York neighborhoods such as Manhattan’s Lower East SideNoHoUpper West Side and Seaport, as well as Brooklyn, the Bronx and Queens.

Gopuff insisted to The Post that it’s not actually hiring drivers in Manhattan and that the ads were meant to attract bike couriers.

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