An email seeking comment was sent Wednesday to the Trump Organization.
Contracts for the rinks were set to expire in April, the New York Times reported.
Mayor Bill de Blasio announced Wednesday that New York City will terminate three contracts with the Trump Organization in the wake of last week's riot at the Capitol building - the latest fallout for President Trump over the violence in Washington, D.C.
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New York City is severing its contracts with President Donald Trump's eponymous company, a move that could cost the outgoing president millions of dollars in response to his role in inciting the Capitol insurrection.
The city can legally terminate a contract if the leadership of a company is engaged in criminal activity, the Democratic mayor said.
The mayor said that the Trump Organization now profits $17 million per year from the contracts.More news: Link announces the launch of Wi-Fi 6E routers at CES 2021
"The President of the United States directed a mob to attack the U.S. Congress during the electoral college vote", de Blasio said during an MSNBC interview, adding: "The City of NY will no longer have anything to do with the Trump Organization".
De Blasio had said earlier that the city was examining its legal options to end the Trump contracts. Contracts for the Wollman and Lasker ice skating rinks will terminate 30 days after delivery of written notice.
"Yet another example of Mayor de Blasio's incompetence and blatant disregard for the facts", the statement said. After the PGA's action last weekend, Johnson said, "we're entitled to and are invoking our provisions, our right to declare him in default".More news: Rain and cold temperatures will greet you as you start your week