MINEOLA - The Nassau County Department of Public Works commissioner is under fire again for her role in awarding Superstorm Sandy cleanup contracts.
Democrats say Commissioner Shila Shah-Gavnoudias approved a more than $1 million contract for Sandy repairs to a company she used to work for without disclosing that information to the Legislature.
Democratic Minority Leader Kevan Abrahams has also blasted Shah-Gavnoudias for a contract she awarded to a family member.
Abrahams says the Department of Public Works approved a $250,000 contract for Sandy debris removal to a company owned by Shah-Gavnoudias' sister. The minority leader says Shah-Gavnoudias did not disclose that information to the Legislature either.