Thursday, December 14, 2006

Nite Caps

Sheriff Spitzer wins one with N.Y. Court of Appeals rules in favor of Spitzer interpretation on Lemon Law.......and Spitzer's Block Suit Gets Tossed........although Spitzer, now New York’s governor-elect, has said he will likely re-file the suit before the end of the year.......meanwhile the Times Record-Herald warns New Business Council chief says state is at a crisis point.....people, jobs and businesses are leaving the state.......and Doug: Days before Day 1, same old Albany .........poor Dougie...".it's the same sorry spectacle in Albany: three men in a room, negotiating and horse trading over critical public policy issues that really have nothing to do with one another. The governor wants charter schools. The governor wants civil confinement for sex criminals. The lawmakers — get this! — want a pay raise" Don't worry Doug...Day One is fast approaching....NY 1 reports State Democrats Gather To Elect New State Party Leaders...Congrats to June O'niell State Chair...and Dave Pollak Co State Chair..........in the meantime News10 reveals that there was a Heated Exchange Between Pataki & Assembly Speaker Silver basically told Pataki...don't let the door hit you in the behind on your way out....one thing is for sure..we all can't wait for Spitzer to take office.......the Auburnpub.com thinks State may be stuck with Hevesi choice ...........
"Voters foolish enough to re-elect the man responsible for the state's finances, despite the fact that he personally spent more than $200,000 he wasn't entitled to, have gotten the candidate they deserve.Too bad the rest of us have to pay the price, too." and Azi Paybarah(The Politicker) tries to get a rise out of Spitzer The Party and Hevesi but like Eliot has said all along......."Spitzer, still the attorney general, reminded reporters that he recused himself from his office's investigation of Hevesi, and that there were other investigations still underway. Therefore, he said, he wants to "wait and see" what happens. " nothing odd about this....Spitzer is not yet sworn in as Governor....and the Albany DA has a grand jury reviewing Hevesi's actions..........where's the rush??? New York Business.Com reports that Katherine Lapp, executive director of the Metropolitan Transportation Authority for nearly five years, announced her resignation Thursday afternoon. ................and finally AP reveals Pataki qualified for more than $113,000-a-year pension ...........not too shabby...and full medical benefits as well.........andy

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