On her first day in office Mayor Catherine Pugh reiterated plans to de-throne Housing Czar Paul Graziano. Graziano, public enemy #1, has run the troubled agency for eons. He still clung to his job when the agency was buffeted this year by news of a sex-for-repairs scandal that horrified the city—and he deserves to go. While Pugh can't get rid of him by simple fiat because the board that oversees housing must back her on this, she is the one that appoints members of the board—and she is unequivocal. "He will not be the Housing Commissioner, period," she told the press. Okay, sure, this is no big news. Pugh regularly vowed to ax him during her campaign. But this is her honeymoon period; we're opting to believe her as she echoes the protestors' favorite chant, "Hey, hey, Ho, ho! Graziano's got to go!"