ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) — Following weeks of delay and continued criticism of his administration's handling of emails, New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo on Friday set a date for a meeting with other top officials to discuss a new email retention policy.
Now he just needs somebody to show up.
The meeting was first proposed by Cuomo in March after good-government groups and some lawmakers criticized his administration's practice of automatically deleting most emails after 90 days.
Cuomo's call for a meeting may have blunted the criticism, but the meeting itself never occurred.