WHITE PLAINS, NY (WCBS 880 / CBS 2) – A resolution expressing no confidence in White Plains mayor Adam Bradley and calling for his resignation passed the White Plains Common Council on Wednesday night.


WCBS 880’s Catherine Cioffi reports

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The vote was 5-2, one of those two votes being the mayor’s.

Bradley, who has not returned calls for comment, read from a statement before the vote and maintained that he will not be stepping down.

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Meanwhile, Common Council member David Buchwald, who voted for the resolution, says they wanted to give the mayor a chance to step down, but now, since he won’t, they will be taking legal steps to have him removed.

There is even a report that Governor-Elect Andrew Cuomo could be called upon to intervene.

Bradley was convicted of domestic abuse earlier this month.

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