ALBANY — A “mass exodus” is expected from the Cuomo administration after November’s election, according to several sources.
“They all want out,” one source said of top Cuomo staffers. A former staffer said the rush has been spurred by the work environment.
“You’re micromanaged to the point you can’t make a decision,” the ex-staffer said. “It’s not the work, it’s the model. It is secretive and clandestine.”
At least four high-level staff members are talking about bailing if Cuomo wins a second term, sources said.
The governor’s top aide, director of state operations Howard Glaser, will be packing up at the end of the legislative session in June to take a job in the real-estate industry, Crain’s New York reported on...