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Paterson Asks MTA Vice Chairman to Resign


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Paterson Asks MTA Vice Chairman to Resign



ALBANY, N.Y. (AP/ 1010 WINS) -- The Metropolitan Transportation Authority vice chairman is refusing to resign as requested by Gov. David Paterson following a report that he failed to cooperate with an investigation into undue political interference at the State Police.


David Mack, a real estate developer and political supporter of former Republican Gov. George Pataki, held an unsalaried position as deputy police superintendent from 1995 to 2007.


A spokesman says Mack's public service has been "exemplary.''


Attorney General Andrew Cuomo says Mack asserted his rights against self-incrimination in refusing to answer questions. Paterson Tuesday withdrew Mack's renomination to the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey board and asked him to quit his other unpaid appointment.

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