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  1. The NYTimes reporting on the Moreland Commission and the ties from the Governor’s office to “poor door” builder Extell is important reading…

    “…”Ms. Perry also wanted the report to highlight her team’s discovery of email correspondence from a major New York City builder, Extell Development, about a coming fund-raiser for Mr. Cuomo tied to his birthday. The email discussed what amounted to a perfectly legal sidestepping of campaign-donation limits: funneling money through a series of limited-liability companies.

    “As you know,” Ms. Perry wrote, “I strongly believe we should include whichever docs we think will add the most value in the report and include them without fear or favor, as they say.”

    The report did recommend closing the limited-liability company loophole. But it omitted any mention of the real estate board, the governor’s birthday party or Extell…”

  2. “poor door” – this is NOT what 80-20 housing was supposed to achieve. just the opposite, it was supposed to get us away from ghettoizing low-income residents. I feel bad for whoever came up with this horrible idea. greedy and sad.

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