Libraries, not lawyers
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Dear Editor,

Mayor Bill de Blasio is proposing cutting $10.4 million from the city’s public libraries, including one in Park Slope that he often used.

Those funds can be restored by diverting them from the $13.6 million that taxpayers shelled out to lawyers to defend the mayor and his cronies, who he called "agents of the city," from federal and state investigations into his Campaign For One New

York.

Bogus Bill broke his promise to pay these legal costs.

The City Council members Comptroller Scott Stringer must make sure those funds go to libraries, not private law firms charging $900 an hour.

Sincerely,

Richard Reif

Kew Gardens Hills
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