Developer made campaign donations as project came before board Developer made campaign donations as project came before board - 27 East

Developer made campaign donations as project came before board

authorJoseph Shaw, Executive Editor on Jun 16, 2010
Bob Morrow, the developer behind a major retail and residential development project proposed in Tuckahoe, made donations to the campaigns of three Town Board members late last year—just months before... more

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