By ROCCO ARTESIAN
Senate Majority Leader John Flanagan and Assembly Speaker Carl Heastie are quite unhappy with certain Andrew Cuomo appointees. Specifically, they are upset with the Governor’s appointees to the New York State Commission on Legislative, Judicial and Executive Compensation. Why?
Flanagan and Heastie issued a statement, saying that these gubernatorial appointees have “once againfelt the need to demand legislative action in exchange for an increase in compensation. This is completely unacceptable and far exceeds the mandate
of the Commission, which was to evaluate the need for an increase in
compensation based primarily on economic factors.”
The pair added, “As the Judiciary appointees of the Commission correctly noted, not only
does its existence and charge expire on November 15, they too were troubled
by attaching legislative action to pay compensation.”
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