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  • Former B'khaven aide is new LI director for NY Labor dept.

     
    Mark J. Grossman, one-time regional aide to Gov. Mario Cuomo, has landed a $110,000-a-year job as Long Island regional director of the State Labor Department. Grossman, 51, of East Patchogue, who started in the new post a week ago, had......
  • Paterson: More surgery

     
    Gov. Paterson was in the hospital for surgery on his right eye today, a follow up to the glaucoma surgery on his left eye earlier in the week. From the press office: "This morning at approximately 10:15 a.m., Governor......
  • For Paterson, another surgery -- politically ticklish?

     
    The health of candidates for public office is always on the political radar screen, for both psychological and practical reasons, as witnessed by Sen. John McCain's "robust" report. Gov. David Paterson's next eye surgery is expected this summer as......
  • Paterson explains bill signing, discusses disability

     
    Last week Gov. David A. Paterson held his first public bill signing, where he showed the world how he signs things: nose to paper. "It was the only way that I could sign my name and look at what......
  • Paterson pokes at NYRA deal, but goes on with it

     
    In another of those away-from-Spitzer, more-toward-Bruno statements, Gov. David Paterson said he doesn't think the New York Racing Association really should run state racing, but won't try to stop its latest franchise as agreed with his predecessor....
  • Latest gay-marriage furor: Winners, losers?

     
    Gov. David Paterson???s move to have state agencies honor out-of-state same-sex marriages casts a sudden spotlight on the issue five months before a make-or-break election that decides if Republicans keep their Senate majority. And as impassioned as...
  • Law, LIPA and LIA: One master at a time

     
    Saving he ???cannot serve two masters,??? Long Island Power Authority president Kevin Law has resigned from the Long Island Association???s board of directors, saving his agency $30,000 in dues. Law stepped down from the board in a May 2......
  • Albany reporters' spoof: Life imitates satire and L.I.

     
    State Comptroller Tom DiNapoli was joined once again on a stage by Nassau County Executive Tom Suozzi, his former Nassau rival, this time for a response sketch to the 108th annual Legislative Correspondents Association show. For those who remember......
  • More post-Spitzer 'thaw': Dave meets with Eliot foe

     
    Another layer of dust has set in on former Gov. Eliot Spitzer's war with big Wall Street icons. As Liz Benjamin reports here, accidental Gov. David Paterson met with Maurice Greenberg (left) and thanked him for efforts on behalf......
  • Can NY Dems mesh Obamites with Clintonistas?

     
    People who run political parties are famously wary of newcomers who show up to take part but not to take orders. So at least some of Barack Obama???s earliest New York supporters on Friday will carry pride laced with......
  • NY Dems: Hillaries in a Brave O World

     
    Janison files this report from the state party's convocation of Democrats preparing for Denver: Taking a "best of both worlds" tack, Gov. David Paterson, a longtime Hillary Clinton supporter, went before a meeting this afternoon of the New York......