Comparing the Case Against Ross Mirkarimi with the Case Against DPW Director Mohammed Nuru – “Standards of Decency”

Today Larry Bush of CitiReport is looking at how Mayor Ed Lee is applying a standard unevenly.

Check it:

“…the appointment of Mohammed Nuru to be permanent Director of the Department of Public Works delivers one of the city’s most important agencies into the hands of a man who allegedly protected a serial sexual harasser, fired his own Equal Opportunity officer who had objected, was at the center of election scandals in 1997, 1999 and 2003, was involved in using a city-funded agency for political campaigns, and used thousands of dollars in city-funds to beautify his own block.

If ever there could be a case study on the application of the city charter’s proscription against “conduct that falls below the standard of decency, good faith and right action impliedly required of all public officers,” it would be the case of Mohammed Nuru.

Instead those standards were brushed aside by Mayor Ed Lee who extravagantly praised Nuru when appointing him two weeks ago…”

Read the whole thing, right here.

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One Response to “Comparing the Case Against Ross Mirkarimi with the Case Against DPW Director Mohammed Nuru – “Standards of Decency””

  1. George says:

    Bevan Dufty is a HUGE fan also!

    Best government money can buy!