YONKERS, NY — February 18, 2018 — Chuck Lesnick is the present Deputy Counsel & Bureau Chief (ETPA) for New York State Homes & Community Renewal. He has been immersed in that position for about four years. Yonkers Tribune has learned that he solicited an interview which was granted approximately two weeks ago to become Westchester County Planning Commissioner to succeed Acting Commissioner Norma Drummond. Lesnick’s capacity to use Yonkers as a stepping stone toward his personal advancement continues unabated. It is all about Lesnick.
Lesnick inhabits a self-centered world that thrives in the murky abyss of keeping everyone unaware of his agenda. He promotes himself a consummate professional yet attends every responsibility as if knowledgeable yet is incapable of translating anything of value to the very community at large that has afforded him opportunity.
For Lesnick it is all about stature, meaningful or not. The position we hear he will not be granted carries a six-figure salary. Enabling the ineffective swamp dweller another highly paid position is deleterious to the options other prospects offer. The failed opaque demeanor of Chuck Lesnick are only eclipsed by his photo opportunities that define his lack of ability no matter his resume bolstered by words rather than deeds.
The thinly veiled veneer that Lesnick has revealed is nothing more than quackery and falsehood. When will Yonkers and Westchester County stop promoting those who are deficient in serving the public interest?
It is not up to Yonkers or Westchester County to afford the likes of Lesnick a living. Why are these so called “insiders” being considered? Is Westchester County bereft of qualified applicants? If so, perhaps there are those qualified from New York City, Rockland County, or Connecticut. The tragedy is those who will make this decision intend to employ Lesnick because they believe they can!
Our sources suggest Lesnick’s prospect for employment as Westchester County Planning Commissioner is not being received well.
Interestingly enough, if one were to listen to Chuck Lesnick the past half year, he has expressed interest in becoming the next Mayor of Yonkers. Alas, for Lesnick, both are a mere mirage.