Thursday, September 29, 2016

Report: Some COR Projects May Be Shut Down

        The Cuomo administration is reviewing COR projects linked to state funding and is not ruling out shutting some down, depending on the nexus found to alleged bribes or campaign contributions.
         I would think the overall turmoil and internal disruption of the arrests in COR would pose more of a threat, plus local pols and leaders are going to be less likely to be seen with or work with COR management.
        

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

Who could have seen this coming? Oh yeah, everyone save a few benighted...

Anonymous said...

It wouldn't be NY if they didn't try to bankrupt a perfectly fine business like that. The charges don't amount to a hill of beans.

Remember when a local developer gave to the mayor's campaign? Shortly thereafter a dead issue about a road was voted for, and it passed. This took place BEFORE the contribution was returned. Yet Butler still concentrated his efforts and took a trip to Albany to get funding for that road to be built. Didn't Butler also get a job on Fort Drum that he was not not qualified for, back when his dad was mayor?

If the Corr type of politics is made illegal, half the people in Watertown belong "behind bars".

Anonymous said...

Gotta move.