John Liu Has Done Some Office Renovation

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43rd Comptroller of New York City John C. Liu attends a welcome party for new columnists at The Chelsea Room on May 18, 2011 in New York City.
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There’s been a big renovation project in John Liu’s office: The city comptroller had cubicle walls torn down to create an open bullpen atmosphere. The Daily News contends that the scandal-plagued Liu wants to make it tougher for snitches to chat on the phone. The paper reports: “‘They are afraid that people inside are giving information out,’ a Liu employee said of the persistent whispers among the staff that one in their number is giving up valuable intel.” Gee, anonymous Liu employee talking to the Daily News … wonder why they’d ever think that was going on?