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Thursday, May 29, 2008

Bloomberg's Office Responds (Sort of)

In response to the open letter issued by Sen. Rev. Ruben Diaz yesterday -- which slammed Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg for ignoring Diaz' calls for the resignation of education chancellor Joel I. Klein and deputy mayor for education and community development Dennis Walcott -- a spokesperson for Mayor Bloomberg emailed the following statement to the Highbridge Horizon:

"Both Deputy Mayor Walcott and Chancellor Klein are dedicated public servants who care deeply about the future of the 1.1 million children in our public schools and as such, they deserve our support."

The spokesperson did not address Diaz' remark, " I am afraid that you will ultimately be known as the Chaotic Educational Mayor."


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