Taking Comptroll of Albany

Thursday, November 04, 2010

Thomas DiNapoli (D) talks about being elected as comptroller and his agenda for his first full term in office.


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Comments [5]

i was asking about NET money going upstate; money leaving downstate to support the failed upstate!
as for the water we bought that water a 100 years ago because we planned for the future.

Nov. 04 2010 11:44 AM
That's Hilarious!

The failed viral campaign for "I'm going to take COMP-trol of Albany"-- that's great stuff. Two thumbs up, Brian &c.

Nov. 04 2010 11:38 AM
David from Harrison, NY

Although the comptroller is not a policy-maker -- isn't it true that the pension system set up -- unsustainable? Isn't it true that for future employees you'll need to implement a tier 6,7, 8 etc....

Government can't do anything unless the pension bomb is defused. What's the comptroller's take on this?

Nov. 04 2010 11:37 AM
Susan from New York

hjs11211 - upstate welfare programs, his11211? there are plenty of programs in both places, besides if upstate started charging you for water, we would be rich up here!

Nov. 04 2010 11:32 AM

what percent of the state budget comes from downstate to support upstate welfare programs?

Nov. 04 2010 11:00 AM

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