Luke Stoddard Nathan picks five stories from 2017 that have stuck with him.
Author: Luke Stoddard Nathan
The state Office of General Services terminated its contract with Murnane Building Contractors in November.
Jinah Kim purchased two properties on Fourth St. last month for $200,000.
Law firm Fried Frank—which obtained a $1.9 million, six-agency contract—has also represented "various" public authorities amid the investigation.
The council approved the previously tabled sale of 86 Ferry St. to the Rosenblum Cos., though the developer will transfer it to Capitaland Taxi.
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The board approved the results of a public hearing earlier this month. “We are trying work with them to move the project forward,” said David Bryce.
The @NYGovCuomo account also does not mute any followers or keywords, according to a response to a FOIL request.
The Troy city council tabled a sale of a small parcel slated for parking as a KeyBank site acquisition looms.
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The planned sale of 19 Third St. to developer David Bryce and the purchase of the Italian Community Center have been delayed by the county legislature