Saturday, May 17, 2008

Governor lives in rent controlled apartment

The governor of New York pays about $1,250 a month for a two-bedroom, rent-stabilized apartment in central Harlem, even while owning a home upstate in Guilderland and having unfettered access to the 40-room Governor's Mansion in Albany. Governor Paterson and his wife, Michelle, made about $270,000 last year, according to their tax returns. Mr. Paterson's city home is part of the Lenox Terrace apartment complex, a set of 16-story residential buildings spread across a six-block area in central Harlem.

Paterson Pays A Stabilized Rate of Rent

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

What a pig. Pay your fair share! Isn't that what the libs tell everyone else?