HEMPSTEAD, N.Y. (CBSNewYork) – The Hempstead town board will vote Tuesday on whether to extend a controversial outsourcing contract as the town supervisor calls for a criminal investigation.

At issue is a nearly $900,000 consulting contract the town’s former commissioner of occupational resources allegedly negotiated for herself and two others days before retirement.

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Supervisor Laura Gillen says Ana Maria Hurtado’s contract with Alcott HR secured Hurtado a lucrative post-retirement job in violation of town and state ethics laws.

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“There is a deep-seated culture of corruption still pervasive in the Town of Hempstead. I was elected to end it and I am not going to shy away from that responsibility,” said Gillen.

Alcott HR says the Hempstead Department of Occupational Resources has been a client since 1993.

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The district attorney is now reviewing the allegations against Hurtado.