Back on March 20th, the Daily News reported that then-Councilman Dennis Gallagher asked to delay his resignation for a month in order to help his staff out:
"It could've been an immediate resignation, but he suggested 30 days," the law enforcement source said, noting that Gallagher said he didn't want to leave his staffers without a job.
"That's why he was given the 30 days, so his staff can make whatever accommodations they have to," the source added.
But take a look at the NYC Council's website and you'll notice that his staff is still very much employed. It's only Gallagher who isn't right now.