Mayor Bloomberg hasn't reimbursed the city for private use of taxpayer-funded cars in two years - making him the only citywide official not to do so, the Daily News has learned.
The billionaire and other officials asked ethics bosses for guidelines on the use of city cars two years ago, after state Controller Alan Hevesi was forced out of office for abusing the perk.
The Conflicts of Interest Board is stalling on a ruling, leaving them to create individual guidelines.
Bloomberg reimbursed the city $22,828 for the use of his city-supplied SUV when he was campaigning in 2005 - which he plans to repeat when he runs for reelection next year, his spokesman said.
"Our standard is to pay for the full cost of the vehicle in a campaign year even if 90% of the use is for government purposes," spokesman Stu Loeser said.
Until there's a ruling, Bloomberg can do what he likes.
Taxpayers still footing bill for Mayor Bloomberg's personal rides
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