Nancy Manzino, Philip Pepe & Philip Zisman Appointed to Yonkers Board of Ethics

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Yonkers Mayor Mike Spano SealYONKERS, NY –  Mayor Mike Spano today, March 22, 2010, announced three new appointments to the Yonkers Board of Ethics. Mayor Spano, along with City Council President Chuck Lesnick, and Yonkers Judge Michael Martinelli, appointed former teacher and professor, Nancy Manzino; public affairs and communications counsel, Philip Pepe; and former Yonkers Inspector General, Philip Zisman.

Yonkers City Hall assert the Ethics Board join four existing members who are responsible for investigating all City ethics complaints, conducting hearings, recommending disciplinary action, rendering advisory opinions, administrating City employee disclosure statements and providing ethics training for City employees.

“These individuals come to the Board with a wide-range of public service experience that will translate well to the duties and responsibilities required to ensure the City’s ethics codes are upheld to the highest standard,” said Mayor Spano. “It is important that taxpayers know that all City employees are held accountable for their actions, especially as we represent them and act in their best interests.”

Nancy Manzino joins the board as a former mathematics teacher of 32 years and adjunct professor at Manhattanville College. Manzino also is a recipient of Cornell University’s Outstanding Educator Award and has been recognized by Who’s Who Among American Teachers.

Philip Pepe, a former Assistant to former Yonkers Mayor Martinelli, currently heads Pepe & Associates, which provides public affairs and communications counsel on public policy issues.  Pepe also is a former board member of the Yonkers Community Action Program.

Philip Zisman also comes to the Yonkers Ethics Board with prior City experience as he served as Yonkers’ Inspector General and as its lead Corporation Counsel. Currently, Zisman is an Assistant Professor at John Jay College of Criminal Justice and the executive director of the Association of Inspectors General.

The newest members of the Board join existing members Chairman Joseph Nocca, Kathleen Ennis, Helen Henkel and Gerard Theret. The Yonkers Board of Ethics convenes no less than once every three months and more often, as necessary.

 

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  1. hahahaha
    a New Yonkers board of ethics!
    with the same old crew!
    haven’t read anything funnier in a long time.
    where the hell are the FEDS?

  2. Turncoat Republicans cast their lot
    Former Republican Party leader
    Jeris’ wife – works in the Spano administration
    Former Republican City Councilman
    Liam’s wife – works in the Spano administration
    Former Republican Mayor
    Spencer’s wife- works in the Spano administration
    Current Republican Party leader
    Jacono – on transition and awaiting a job or appointment
    Current Republican District leader
    Pepe – appointed to Ethics board (used to work for Mike Spano)
    RINO Legislator Spreckman
    Appointed to Senior board (lets keep an eye on stipends)
    Take a look at the roster of Yonkers Republican leadership. It is pocked with people loyal first to the Spanos second to the Party and lastly to principles.
    The battle for the heart and soul of what is left of this party will take place next year.
    All the Spano firsters will be exposed and defeated.
    Enough is enough!!

  3. Mike Spano formed an Ethics Committee which includes…you can’t make this sh-t up…a Martinelli? A Martinelli???? Really? Really? Wait a second! Doesn’t Zey Jeris’ wife work for Mike Spano? Hmmm? Lots of dots to yet be connected.

  4. Mike Spano formed an Ethics Committee which includes…you can’t make this sh-t up…a Martinelli? A Martinelli???? Really? Really? Wait a second! Doesn’t Zey Jeris’ wife work for Mike Spano? Hmmm? Lots of dots to yet be connected.

  5. Good to see that the city recycling center is functioning at full capacity. Surprise surprise Pepe who like spencer and co. were backing the invisible man Martinelli gets a perk. Zisman….. who did Nothing of any real substance during his many years in office is monitoring ethics? What a crew New boss same as the old boss.

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