It seems Betsy Gotbaum, who one detractor calls “The Phantom,” is still keeping her public advocacy a largely private affair. In the Post this morning, Maggie tallied just three reports, a policy brief and two guides to have emerged from the public advocate’s office between Jan. 1 and June 30.
Gotbaum’s work rate may or may not have slackened since she served as president of the New-York Historical Society. Maybe it’s like comparing apples and oranges.
So none of this is intended to pick on her, but just as a constructive exercise…
Does anyone have any suggestions as to how she (or her successor) might make more productive use of the office?