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Resource ID: #11040
Subject: Politics
Source: Newsday (New York)
Date: 1994-07-11



Newsday reports that "New York City's newly elected mayor, Rudolph Giuliani, won office based largely upon his reputaion as a crime-busting former federal prosecutor... Giuliani spoke frequently of a need to set high ethical standards for those in positions of public trust. Cops shouldn't accept so much as a free meal and elected officials should be held to an even higher standard, he said... In New York City, finding the right apartment at the right price is akin to striking gold. (Newsday found that with the help of landlord William Koeppel,) some of the mayor's highest-level appointees obtained breaks clearly unavailable to the average citizen.

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