New York City deputy mayor John Dyson has joined a committee designed to place distance between Mayor Rudolph Giuliani and the thorny process of selecting city bond underwriters.

Underwriters selections are made jointly by the mayor's office and the city comptroller's office. Dyson, the city's deputy mayor for finance and economic development, will now supplement the mayor's end of the selection process by joining a "special selection committee" for choosing underwriters.

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