When former New York Assemblyman Richard Brodsky stepped down to make an unsuccessful run to become attorney general, observers wondered who would be the next chairman of the Assembly Committee on Corporations, Authorities and Commissions that the Westchester County Democrat had used as bully pulpit for eight years.

After nearly three decades of serving on the committee, its new chair, Assemblyman James Brennan, D-Brooklyn, is ready to put his stamp on it. “I’m not as flamboyant as Mr. Brodsky, but I’ve been on the committee for 27 years,” he said.

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