Cuomo mum on funding Vito Lopez's non-profit

Friday, November 12, 2010 - 03:27 PM

Askedwhether it's a "good idea" to fund the Ridgewood Buschwick Senior Citizens Council - the nonprofit founded by influential Democratic lawmaker Vito Lopez - Andrew Cuomo today would only say that the matter is "under investigation" and that he won't comment.

But as David Seifman points out, the city is moving ahead and sending the group $12.5 million in city money. Along with the AG's office, the federal authorities are also investigating the group.


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shelly silver should immediately remove vito from his committee chair of housing. if he believes in reform this is a first step. his girlfriend has been benefitting for too long, as well as his political career.

Nov. 13 2010 01:14 PM

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