November 30, 2010Comments Off on Many roads, spans still ‘poor’ $63B later
ALBANY — New York Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli says the state has spent $63 billion on transportation infrastructure projects over the past decade, yet more than 40 percent of its roads and bridges are considered substandard or obsolete.
November 9, 2010Comments Off on Pension fund reports quarterly gain
ALBANY — New York’s pension fund for public workers is reporting an 8 percent return on investment in its latest quarter and a market value of nearly $133 billion. The Common Retirement Fund for more than 600,000 employees ...
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