Last Updated: 4:40 AM, January 6, 2012
Posted: January 06, 2012 NY Post Editorial
It’s long overdue, but City Hall has finally ousted a key political ally of Assemblyman Vito Lopez as head of his powerful Ridgewood-Bushwick social-services empire.
As The Post’s David Seifman reported yesterday, City Hall ordered that CEO Christiana Fisher give up her job by Jan. 15, or Ridgewood-Bushwick will lose $69 million in city contracts.
Fine. But what took so long?
Back in 2010, after all, then-Gov. David Paterson froze all of Ridgewood-Bushwick’s state funding — even as the city kept the cash spigot flowing.
And that’s on top of hundreds of thousands funneled each year to the network by City Council Speaker Christine Quinn and other Lopez allies through the dubious member-item system
NY Post ... The longtime director of the Ridgewood-Bushwick social-services empire, one of the largest and most powerful such agencies in New York, has ...
I wonder how big her pension will be and "WHO" will replace her ?
Before there was the "Oracle at Delphi" there was Count Vampire J. Machiavelli
Power to the People who "VOTE"