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FCR official: no such thing as too much sharing of information

From today's New York Observer article, Blame It on Eminent Domain! Ratner Pays D'Amato, on Forest City Ratner lobbying, which breaks the news that the firm had hired former Sen. Al D'Amato to lobby [corrected] against anti-eminent domain legislation in Washington:
In a statement, Forest City said it strives for transparency with its lobbying reports, suggesting an explanation for the high numbers. “When it comes to lobbying reports, we definitely err on the side of disclosure, including even law firms that do work for us,” Forest City spokesman Loren Riegelhaupt said in a statement. “When it comes to sharing information with the public and governmental bodies, there’s no such thing as too much, as far as we are concerned.

OK, then, how big would Miss Brooklyn be? And why no comment on the slush fund story?


  1. Actually he hired D'Amato to lobby FOR eminent domain, and against anti-eminent domain legislation.


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