March 29, 2012 12:00 AM
WCBS 880′s Rich Lamb On The Story
Citing the multi-million dollar CityTime scandal, City Council member Daniel Garodnick, who is looking at a run for comptroller, says it’s about time non-city employees working under city contracts get whistleblower protection.
“This years budget alone had more than 17,000 meaning that there is an entire universe of employees who are working on projects out there, subsidized with taxpayer dollars, who do not have the same protection against retaliatory action,” Garodnick said Thursday "
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