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  • LI Democratic Caucus: the first conclave (I)

     
    Gov. David Paterson may have been a no-show, but everything else was kumbayah at the maiden meeting last evening of the new Long Island caucus. Richard Schaffer, Suffolk Democratic chairman, saying he always likes to admit his mistakes, told Nassau......
  • NYPA shakeup has links to state-police probe

     
    The ouster of the New York Power Authority???s chief executive appears related in part to an uproar over the agency???s former inspector general, who???s the focus of a widely-publicized state-police probe headedby Attorney General Andrew Cuomo....
  • Weekend OTB deal leaves the future anyone's bet

     
    Sen. John Sabini, at left, the Queens Democrat nominated by Gov. David Paterson to become the next chairman of the state Racing and Wagering Board, was asked today about the offers to various government players by Dino Amoroso, head......
  • Gov. Paterson: Pushing the not-Spitzer button a lot

     
    It strikes some observers at the Capitol that Gov. David Paterson might be overdoing the private message that his administration represents a total change from predecessor Eliot Spitzer. Paterson is in office because Spitzer chose him as a running-mate......
  • Nostalgia: the Bloomberg-Pataki team reunited?

     
    After returning from the Tim Russert funeral in Washington D.C. this afternoon, Mayor Michael Bloomberg is expected to address a gathering on the environment in Manhattan hosted by Chadbourne & Parke, LLP. At that firm, former Gov. George Pataki,......
  • Albany: Breakthrough on a no-brainer!

     
    Cruising through the blogs, we just came across an hour-old entry on the LoHud site reporting, "Gov. David Paterson and legislative leaders this evening said they agreed on three pieces of legislation." One of the three end-of-session breakthroughs: "A......
  • Albany: Foreclosure bill

     
    Paterson and the legislature have agreed on a bill to address the sub-prime crisis. Key provisions: 90-day notice before foreclosure proceedings are instituted, and a mandatory settlement conference requiring face-to-face meeting with homeowner and...
  • Albany: Francis is out

     
    Paul Francis, one of Gov. Eliot Spitzer???s key lieutenants who was never linked to Choppergate, announced today that he???s leaving state government. Francis, a former top executive at Merrill Lynch and Ann Taylor Stores, had served as budget director...
  • Skelos: Of three in a room, the odd man out

     
    Sen. Dean Skelos??? ascent will make him the sole suburbanite and the only Republican among the three men who run New York government. In this way, the 60-year-old majority leader from Rockville Centre instantly becomes the odd man out......
  • OTB's: Where politics, public money and racing meet

     
    Two horses that finished first on a recent day at Belmont Park serve as living reminders of this year's dramatic changes in political leadership. The winner of the sixth race on May 30 was Steamroller, which of course was......
  • Skelos: Property taxes Number One

     
    We missed the statement Dean Skelos issued after being chosen as the Senate Majority Leader last night. He targets property taxes: "First and foremost, we must address the issues that are putting a strain on family budgets, primarily rising property......