Little Neck Ledger

Thursday, Sept. 12, 2013


ICCC used ‘drafting lapse’

The Indian church group that convinced lawmakers to sell it state-owned land in Bellerose to build a community center and then turned those plans around to develop a pair of apartment towers was able to do so because of a loophole in the legislation authorizing the real-estate deal, a report from the state Inspector General’s office found. Comments (2).

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