This much we know about a meeting of Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s cabinet that just wrapped up: various department heads and appointees gathered and discussed the administration’s priorities moving forward, watching some sort of video or slideshow presentation at some point.
That’s about it.
A pair of Cuomo-appointed commissioners briefly addressed the media after the 75-minute meeting finished around 1:15 p.m., but neither had much to say.
“There are a number of initiatives that (Cuomo) is going to be talking about in the future,” Office of General Services Commission RoAnn Destito told reporters. She didn’t elaborate.
“We’re just continuing to move forward with the governor’s agenda and putting New York back on the right track,” said Darryl Towns, CEO of state Homes and Community Renewal.
When pressed on what came up at the meeting, Towns remained tight-lipped.
“Just updates on continuing the momentum that we have, putting things on track,” Towns said.
Here’s video of Towns and Destito briefly addressing reporters: