From the NY Post:
The path to Larry Seabrook's new district office must be paved in gold.
The indicted Bronx city councilman spent nearly $20,000 of taxpayer money to move into new digs last month, just after he was slapped with a 13-count indictment for extortion, fraud, and money laundering.
In March, Seabrook ditched his $3,500-a month district office on White Plains Road -- which he continued to work out of even though he'd leased it to a non-profit he controlled -- for more expensive space in an office building on Boston Road.
The indictment accuses both him and the non-profit of overcharging the city for rent.
The equipment he purchased includes 10 acrylic nameplates and a 24-inch high-definition TV, the Post has learned.
His staff said the high cost of heating the old office necessitated the move.
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