To the Editor: Our Governor actually ran an efficient, productive office free of scandal or gossipy innuendo. The fact is the Executive Chamber was above reproach and the envy of many other states. Claims to the contrary should be discarded as utter rubbish.
The Governor never threatened to destroy anyone, and any wrath he may have harbored was never let loose.
There was no corruption. No favoritism. No cronyism. Only open government. With refreshing transparency.
No harassment of any kind. No berating. No screaming. No cursing.
Aides were expected to work hard but they were respected and treated fairly and professionally.
The renaming of the Tappan Zee Bridge was an honor well deserved.
Because Malcolm Wilson was a humble and decent man.
Chief Steward, PEF Division 191
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