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Thomas DiNapoli, New York State comptroller (D), discusses the report on the MTA's management of subway service changes.
I remember the same problem during the 70's. Seems like nothing has changed. But it sure has taken a long time to look at this situation more closely. Better late than never I guess.
I wish you'd use your office to get MTA adequate operating money so it doesn't have to borrow to operate.
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