When Sen. Eleanor Sobel, D-Hollywood, holds a hearing in September on how four children known to the Department of Children and Families died in three months, former DCF Secretary David Wilkins won’t be there to explain why state workers failed those children.
The Post tried repeatedly to question Mr. Wilkins last week about the deaths and major policy changes he initiated, only to be told that he was unavailable. Then on Thursday, Gov. Scott announced that Mr. Wilkins was resigning “to pursue opportunities in the private sector.” The governor said Mr. Wilkins “did a great job.”
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