So Ann-Margaret Carrozza moved back to Bayside after she was caught double-dipping on a STAR rebate for her home on Long Island and the Daily News rightly called for her resignation.
But why hasn't anyone looked into the developers who do the same thing? Why do many of them list their teardowns as their home addresses on mortgage documents and building department permits? How much revenue are we losing out on because of this? Remember this when you get your next tax bill.