INSIDE CITY HALL
A nonprofit funded with hundreds of thousands of dollars secured by state Sen. Adriano Espaillat through legislative “member items” quietly wound down last year and threw its four paid staffers out of work.
But it didn’t take long for executive director Nurys de Oleo to land a new job.
She became a special assistant to Espaillat and is pulling down $50,000 a year.
Nine months after she