MOUNT VERNON, N.Y. -- Democratic mayoral front-runner Richard Thomas said that he could save more than $600,000 through proposed policy changes, according to news12westchester.
Thomas, a member of the City Council, met with local business owners to discuss his plans. He would refinance some of the city's bonds, revive the position of city inspector general to increase oversight and government transparency, and stop what Thomas sees as the city comptroller's practice of transferring millions of dollars away from essential services, the news12 report said..
Thomas is running against State Sen. Ruth Hassel-Thompson and Councilmember Deborah Reynolds.
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