Thursday, January 6, 2022

Eric hires Eric for advisor job.

Ridgewood Post 

Former Queens Council Member Eric Ulrich has joined Mayor Eric Adams’ administration as a mayoral advisor, Adams announced Wednesday.

Ulrich — a Republican who represented District 32 in southwest Queens up until the end of 2021 — has been tapped as a senior advisor to the mayor.

He is one of two general advisors Adams named in a list of new staff members that includes chiefs of staff, commissioners and directors.

Ulrich represented the neighborhoods of Belle Harbor, Breezy Point, Broad Channel, Howard Beach, Lindenwood, Neponsit, Ozone Park, Richmond Hill, Rockaway Park, Roxbury, South Ozone Park, West Hamilton Beach and Woodhaven for 12 years on the City Council.

He was succeeded by Republican Joann Ariola, who now represents District 32.

In his announcement, Adams noted Ulrich’s instrumental role in passing legislation that established the New York City Department of Veterans’ Services as well as his relief efforts for constituents following Hurricane Sandy.

Ulrich is not the first Queens resident to take on an important role in the Adams administration.


Anonymous said...

Oh good for him. For a minute there I was worried Eric would have to get a real job.

Anonymous said...

As I said before. Adams is a TrumpTurd and "Florida Man" all wrapped up in one package.
Most right wing nuts must be happy even though they are more prone to whining 99% of the time.

Anonymous said...

Well, that figures, Eric wouldn't be able to hack it in the private sector

Anonymous said...

​No One Cares about Eric's new job or That The Earth Is Flat!

Anonymous said...

Yes, good for both of them. Two peas from the same pod.

Anonymous said...

The new con artist, I mean Mayor Chirlane, 2.0, selected a useless, feckless, admittedly alcoholic fraud like Eric Ulrich (a/k/a 'Derelict Dullrich') to be appointed as Adams' senior adviser (you heard right, SENIOR, and please stop laughing)——the same incompetent, derelict, public servant impostor who left his hometown of Ozone Park looking worse than a Third World slum-camp, centered around a foreign gambling mill (Genting's Malaysian based Racino at Aqueduct).

Talk about patronage jobs for life. Failure in the ADDAMS Family (of grand larcenous thieves and openly public criminals) is now rewarded on every spectrum of corruption, graft and intense incompetence, and this latest, taxpayer funded appointment (that strains all credibility) from a domestic terrorist like Ulrich tells everyone still surviving in NYC everything that they need to know about cronyism, mental laziness, rewarded failure and ultimately, mental illness.

Also, there are no telephone numbers or switchboard operators at City Hall when one attempts to call 212/788-3000 (all incoming calls are immediately dispatched to a nonfunctioning '311' system). In the old, quasi-accountable days, there would be a switchboard operator, for example, to say: ❝Good morning, the Mayor's Office, how may I direct your call?❞ Nope! None of that REAL, voice-to-voice accountability, taxpayer slaves, only smaller flaming hoops to jump through only to be further burdened by the worthless 311 system that is a dark, massive, empty hole in space, created by Bloombucks to foster and reinforce more of the same: Delay, Deny——And Hope That You Die, government sanctioned failure.

When I see LIVE and ACCOUNABLE persons answering the telephones at City Hall (and likewise the Executive Chamber in Kitty Hochul's inherited litter box loosely called New York State's Capital), then there will be a modicm of hope that social contract is back in the business of serving the public. And where are all of these Columbia University School of Journalism MBA's on hand in the LAMESTREAM media to hold City HALL and Albany ACCOUNTABLE? ALL CORPORATE OBEDIENT SHILLS WHO ARE PAID OFF reciting their mantra: See No Evil, Hear No Evil, Speak No Evil.

'If you SEE something——SAY something!' OH Yeah, Queens 'peasants 'n peons': 2022 is gonna be GRRRRREAAAAAT!

❝We hang the petty thieves and elect the great ones to public office❞ ——Aesop