In case anyone's wondering, it appears - according to at least one happy citizen I've chatted with - that Susan Cornell does real work over at the Philadelphia Parking Authority.
Cornell is the former Montgomery County state rep who asked newly indicted State Rep. John Perzel to help her find employment after she lost her re-election bid in 2006. On page 143 of the grand-jury presentment, note my colleagues Chris Brennan and Catherine Lucey, Cornell stated that Perzel found her a ghost job in former state rep George Kenney's office, a no-work-for-a-paycheck gig that made her feel icky.
So she asked Perzel to help her score a different position, and that's how she landed at the PPA, where she's paid $67,894 per year to do government relations and customer-management work.
Followers of this blog may recall an item I posted in October about a reader's pleasant interaction with Cornell at the PPA. Cornell didn't see the post until last week. That's when she took the time to send me this e-mail, which I received on Thursday: