Gov. Cuomo’s office has warned public-relations officers at 55 state agencies to start churning out a lot more good news about the administration — or else, sources said, the NY Post reports.
Cuomo’s communications director, James Allen, delivered the stern message in a conference call last week, leaving some of the agency officials rattled.
“If you don’t generate more press releases . . . changes will be made!” Allen declared, according to one source.
He singled out some low-performing state agencies by name, the source added.
One state p.r. vet said the call was jarring.
“I don’t like being threatened,” said the official. Read more at the NY Post.