If the mayor wants to shake his out-of-touch image, losing the heartwarming stories about his caddy might be a good place to start.
So I can only imagine Ed Skyler’s face when his boss began an anecdote in a recent interview with the Queens Tribune this way:
“There is a kid with long dreadlocks who is a caddy at a club I play golf at.”
You’ll be glad to know the story has a happy ending, with a glimpse at the city’s job creation strategy:
“I called my company, told them about him, and asked if we had a place for him. They hired him.”