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State Senator Squadron is advocating for a change in leadership and structure of the BPCA to better represent to people it services and taxes. Currently, many consider the situation to be a “Taxation without representation.” On March 29th, the CEO of the BPCA, Gayle Horwitz, was asked about this.
Neither Gayle Horwitz nor Chairman Bill Thompson live in or near Battery Park City and are raking in several hundred thousand dollar checks. They must be replaced. This is taxation without representation.