Democrats announce new bill in Oyster Bay to oversee town’s contract bidding process
Democrat leaders have introduced a “fiscal baby sitter bill” amid calls for the Town of Oyster Bay to monitor their spending.
This comes after allegations that the Inspector General Brian Noone attempted to give a $2 million cyber security contract to a business partner of his.
State Assemblyman Chuck Lavine is also calling on the attorney general to open an investigation into Oyster Bay's contract bidding process.
"It is time for each of us who believe in integrity in government to take a firm stand,” he said.
Town supervisor Joe Saladino has yet to comment on the subject.