NYC Council Speaker Christine Quinn doesn’t think scandal-scarred Councilman Dan Halloran’s decision not to seek re-election this fall goes far enough, and is urging the Queens Republican to consider giving up his seat altogether.

“I urge Council Member Halloran to think hard about whether he should go further and step down immediately,” the speaker and Democratic NYC mayoral frontrunner said in a statement released late this afternoon.

“The constituents of Dan Halloran’s district deserve to have a Council Member who is full time, 100 percent focused on representing them. Clearly, with the outrageously unacceptable allegations that are pending, both as they relate to the federal indictment and to recent allegations of sexual harassment, he is far from 100 percent focused on his constituents.”

Through a spokesperson, Halloran indicated earlier today that he has no intention of resigning.

Quinn’s tough talk is no surprise. She has been publicly lambasting Halloran for days now and ordered an ethics probe into his extramarital affairs with two young women – one a Council intern, the other his former deputy chief of staff.

But the speaker’s zero tolerance approach has not shielded her from criticism from her mayoral rivals, who have used Halloran’s corruption scandal to recall the slush fund mess that occurred on Quinn’s watch.