|NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio|
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Inside my nightmare working in de Blasio’s government
She was a crusading lawyer and a passionate liberal who wanted to make a difference. So she took a pay cut to work for the city in the Bloomberg era and loved her work until 2014, when a new mayor took office. Four years later, she was out of a job. Now, she tells the Post’s Isabel Vincent what it’s really like working under de Blasio . . .
When Bill de Blasio became mayor of New York in 2014, things changed drastically.
Take the 2014 legislation to bring social adult day-care centers — programs that provide elderly residents who are suffering from Alzheimer’s or dementia with meals and care in a supervised facility — under the auspices of the city.