Wednesday, November 28, 2012
Christine Quinn Uses Redoing District Lines To Assist Her Goal to be mayor
"I believe that is a blatant political move and it should be changed to reflect the fact that political interference is not allowed in the process," said Rep. Nydia Velazquez.
Others say the process has been less than transparent and mostly out of public view.
"The public is supposed to be afforded an opportunity for inspection and comment one month before public hearings," said Jerry Vattamala of the Asian American Legal Defense and Education Fund. "That's outlined in the charter. That did not happen. The map was presented to the public less than 24 hours before it was submitted to the City Council."
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