‘Times’ Says That as a Real Estate Developer Carl Paladino, Who Has Contributed Half a Million Dollars to Buffalo Pols Since 1999, Has Found Zoning Variances Easy to Come By

‘Times’ Says That as a Real Estate Developer Carl Paladino, Who Has Contributed Half a Million Dollars to Buffalo Pols Since 1999, Has Found Zoning Variances Easy to Come By

‘Times’ Says That as a Real Estate Developer Carl Paladino, Who Has Contributed Half a Million Dollars to Buffalo Pols Since 1999, Has Found Zoning Variances Easy to Come By

He’s a special interest, too.

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The special interests must be fought, he says.
With language that is colorful and curt, he
Insists that Albany will be cleaned up,
Though Buffalo can stay a little dirty.

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