As promised, a follow-up to my earlier post: An ex-Bronx borough president and former White House urban czar admitted he violated city laws when he got free work on his City Island home from an architect whose public projects needed Carrion's approval.
Our Greg B. Smith reports:
Adolfo Carrion agreed to pay a $10,000 fine more than two years after the Daily News first disclosed his arrangement with architect Hugo Subotovsky.
The architect designed a porch for then-Borough President Carrion in 2006. At the time, Subotovsky was working on several projects in the Bronx that needed Carrion's support, including a major apartment complex called Boricua Village.
In a five-page disposition, Carrion admitted he did not have a written agreement with the architect and didn't pay Subotovsky for his work until after the Daily News revealed this conflict of interest in March 2009 - more than two years after the job was done.Read More
Hank "Take The Fifth" Sheinkopf is speaking again and this time for Mr Subotovsky I wonder does he do any Lobbying for him and his projects ?
IBTW I guess a "Fine" is better than an "Indictment" and I wonder if there are any FBI agents lurking in the "Bronx" we know they are in Brooklyn, and Chinatown .
Before there was the "Oracle at Delphi" there was Count Vampire J. Machiavelli
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