Wednesday, May 22, 2013

HUD, MONITOR, SEEKS ASTORINO'S RECORDS, CORRESPONDENCE, PHONE CONVERSATIONS, LOGS, ETC. PLUS LATEST MONITOR LETTER TO CROTON

As Croton is one of the 31 communities in the 2009 Spano brokered "affordable" housing settlement, here is the latest: CAPTION: HUD monitor seeks Astorino's phone records, correspondence NEWSDAY; highlights only; read the article at the link below. 

5/21/13
--The monitor wants Astorino to hand over records of his talks with lawmakers on source of income legislation.(SOI, Section 8)
--Hearing of the request, Legis. Michael Smith (R-Greenburgh) said it reminded him of recent press reports about the IRS and its recent investigations of conservative nonprofit groups, showing a "similar pattern" of abuse of authority.
--Monitor sent letters since late April; wants Astorino to provide him with records of his and his staff's written correspondence with legislators regarding the "source of income" legislation--now likely to become law.  Monitor Johnson also wants logs of conversations.
READ THE ARTICLE HERE; MUST BE SUBSCRIBER http://www.newsday.com/  

YOU MAY ALSO HAVE AN INTEREST IN PREVIOUS JOHNSON/HUD CORRESPONDENCE SENT TO CROTON OBTAINED THROUGH FREEDOM OF INFORMATION, ETC. AT  http://everythingcroton.blogspot.com/2013/05/hud-again-finds-countys-analysis-of.html 

ALSO BELOW IS THE LATEST JOHNSON/HUD LETTER TO THE VILLAGE OBTAINED--AGAIN--PURSUANT TO A FREEDOM OF INFORMATION REQUEST; CLICK ON THE SCAN


4 comments:

  1. Part of the hopey-changey thing, ain't it wonderful.

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  2. Chilled to the bone.

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  3. Why do you have to keep submitting freedom of info requests for these things? Shoudldn't our officials be speaking with us about what is going on? They surely know people are concerned about HUD unless of course all that housing isn't a problem for them.

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