Mayor De Blasio Appoints 4 More To Senior Staff Of Administration
NEW YORK (CBSNewYork/AP) — Mayor Bill de Blasio continues to fill out his administration as he approaches the end of his first 100 days in office.
On Tuesday, de Blasio appointed four more people to his senior staff.
The new appointees include Jacques Jiha, who will be the new head of the Department of Finance.
According to Jiha, a major focus of his job will be to make the city’s property tax system more equitable and ensure that wealthy residents pay their fair share in residency taxes.
De Blasio also named Feniosky Pena-Mora to head the Department of Design and Construction and Lisette Camillo to lead the Office of Contract Services.
David Ehrenberg was also reappointed to head the Brooklyn Navy Yard Development Corporation.
De Blasio will hit his 100th day in office on Thursday, April 10.
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