Sanitation Commissioner Kathryn Garcia is venturing down from her job to run for mayor. Garcia affirmed the step onward Tuesday morning. She said Sept. 18 would be her final day on the job.
Rumors of her running for City Hall’s head post has been twirling in city’s political communities for quite a long time. On the off chance that she chooses a mayoral run, she’ll join what’s as of now turning out to be a packed stage.
The candidates so far are Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams, city Comptroller Scott Stringer, Council Speaker Corey Johnson, Mayor de Blasio’s former head of veteran affairs Loree Sutton and former HUD head Shaun Donovan.