Thursday, June 24, 2010

Sloan makes out like a bandit.

Public Regulation Commissioner Carol Sloan was convicted of a felony on April 8, 2010.

She refused to resign from her office, forcing the State Supreme Court to bounce her; June 23, 2010.

At $90K per year, or about $250 a day, it works out to about
"earned" in the interim.

Time to reexamine the issues of paid administrative leave and,
public servants staying on the clock after felony convictions.

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