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February 10, 2009

Mark Green runs for NYC Public Advocate, bails Air America

Another rat has flown the coup: Mark Green, the president of Air America Radio and the brother of their owner, has quit and will now run for Public Advocate of New York City, a job he previously held. See the announcement/political ad here.

As he points out, his tenure - like his time at AAR - was marked with signal achievements that few could match:

My Office of Public Advocate also came up with new ways to make our City work better, like the idea for 311, which Mayor Bloomberg later effectively put into place. We put up the City Government's first web site and then gave our address, NYC.Gov, to City Hall so that it became the official on-line portal.

Posted in Mark Green at February 10, 2009 09:30 AM

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