The city has frozen nearly $1 million in funds that a Bronx city councilman sought for an obscure nonprofit group conveniently located right across the hall from his own office, The Post has learned.
SLUSHBUSTERS FREEZE POL'S COOL MILLION
Larry Seabrook, a veteran Democrat who represents Co-Op City and the northeast Bronx, tried to steer $912,244 to the Bronx African American Chamber of Commerce last year, records show.
The 11-month-old nonprofit group's literature says its mission is to aid small, minority-owned businesses and help people find jobs.
But city officials rejected the application on March 6, according to the Mayor's Office of Contracts.