Monday, October 22, 2012


Assemblyman Keith Wright owes the city almost a quarter of a million dollars in fines for illegally hanging campaign posters on cityproperty, the Daily News's Ken Lovett reports:
 The city Department of Education lost track of several employees who quietly stopped reporting to work, but continued paying their salaries anyway, the Post learns:
Most educators spent less than an hour using the city's $80 million student-data system that gives them access to student performance data, according to a New York University study, the Wall Street Journal writes:
Attorney Norman Siegel is challenging law that bans masks at protests, arguing that the costumes are integral to demonstrators' message of communication, the Times writes:
The News's Mike Lupica waxes on what would happen if Bloomberg were running for president alongside Obama and Romney:

Executive Director, Civilian Complaint Review Board

Salary: $150,000 - $180,000.00

Description: The Civilian Complaint Review Board (CCRB) is charged with investigating and mediating complaints filed by members of the public against New York City police officers involving the use of excessive or unnecessary force, abuse of authority, discourtesy or offensive language. The Board seeks to hire an Executive Director to oversee the approximate $12 million budget and to implement strategies to improve the agency's performance. The Executive Director reports directly to the Board and is responsible for all that is involved in the day-to-day operation of the agency and its staff.

Further Info: For full job description visit or send resume and cover letter to with JVN #91312-054-2012 on resume and cover letter.

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