New York MTA Is Infiltrated By The Mob

The New York Metropolitan Transportation Authority discovers that the Gambino Mafia group was involved in mismanagement of its new headquarters office building.
September 18, 2004, 9am PDT | Chris Steins | @urbaninsight
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"According to the federal indictment revealed yesterday Contini has confessed to having done a string of building redevelopments in New York City and northern New Jersey on behalf of the Mafia since 1989, while purporting to work for the building owners... Originally quoted to cost $145m the 2 Broadway renovation cost the MTA over $450m under Contini. He lost his job with the MTA early 2002, when one of his many malfeasances was exposed by audit staff at the authority, and the larger criminal scheme began to emerge."

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Published on Friday, September 17, 2004 in Toll Road News
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