The Daily News reports:
But since November, when Taylor started the job, office renovations and ongoing meetings with city and state officials have delayed his advocacy duties.
"He's been the ombudsman since we hired him and he's been working with the community, but this will be the first time he'll be keeping office hours," said Empire State Development Corp. spokesman Warner Johnston.
Well, he was supposed to be an advocate all along. The news is that his office on Hanson Place apparently will open soon. Right now, he's on vacation.