Feds probing the City Council budget scandal are weighing wire- and mail-fraud charges against those who helped send millions into a secret slush fund, The Post has learned.
Sources said prosecutors are considering several targets, including council Speaker Christine Quinn, though it was unclear whether they had found any evidence against her.
Other council members and staff are also under scrutiny, along with staffers from the council's finance division and the city Office of Management and Budget, sources said.
Mail and wire fraud each carry a maximum $1 million fine and 30 years in prison.
$LUSH PROBERS EYE FRAUD RAP FOR QUINN