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Cipriani Aide Gone

Does it have something to do with pressure he's accused of putting on the SLA regarding Cipriani's liquor license?

By Daniel Maurer

Will Andrews Be Spitzer's City Liaison?

Where will Eliot Spitzer find a desk for Carl Andrews? A close ally of convicted party boss Clarence Norman and longtime operative inside Brooklyn’s Dem machine, Andrews, who served as a state senator before losing that hotly contested congressional bid last year, is up for at least two high-ranking positions in Spitzer’s new administration, sources say. (And neither has the wimpy-sounding title of “community liaison,” as the Post reported just before the New Year.) One of the gigs under consideration for Andrews is among the biggest in the state: Spitzer's director of operations, which supervises the state's sprawling bureaucracy. The Spitzer team has yet to fill that key position, though candidates from across the country — and many from Bill Clinton's former White House staff — have been considered. But the more likely detail for Andrews, the sources say, will be as Spitzer's liaison to New York City, running the governor's inter-governmental affairs office here. This position, which pays about $150,000 a year, is similar to what Andrews did for Spitzer when he was attorney general. The duties here include power-breakfasting with local officials and executing Spitzer's legislative agenda; it's a good fit for a street-smart, think-on-your-feet pol. Expect a formal announcement, whatever it is, later this week. —Geoffrey Gray