NYC Wins Big As Cuomo Divvies Up $1.2B Project Loot

Law360, New York (April 3, 2012, 5:24 PM EDT) -- New York City cashed in Tuesday as Gov. Andrew Cuomo carved up a $1.2 billion infrastructure project pie in the state's new budget, serving up $489 million for the Big Apple and more than $200 million each for the Albany and Hudson Valley regions' roads and bridges. 

By far the biggest chunk of change, $460 million, will go toward accelerating a project to replace the aging Kosciuszko Bridge, Cuomo said. The span was built in 1939 and connects the boroughs of Brooklyn and Queens via the...
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