By FRANKIE EDOZIEN, NY Post
Council Speaker Christine Quinn said yesterday she will decide in the very near future whether terms limits on city officeholders should be eased.
"Myself and my colleagues have to come to a final decision soon because people need to make decisions on what they're doing in 2008, 2009," Quinn said after a speech to business leaders at the Association for a Better New York. "We'll be making a final decision in the near future."
Quinn said term limits could be changed by another referendum or by legislative action.
Some critics say only a referendum could ease term limits, which allow the mayor, public advocate and comptroller two four-year terms and council members a total of eight years of service.
No thanks, your services are no longer required. "Myself" should take herself back to school and learn proper English.
What part of "No" does the New York City Council not understand?
HERE THEY GO AGAIN
Extension of Term Limits on Council's Table