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NY State Senator Craig Johnson tapped for MTA panel

Hat/tip to The Time Union/Capitol Confidential blog for the story

(excerpt from) Newsday
Sen. Craig Johnson tapped for MTA panel
by James T. Madore / July 18, 2009

ALBANY – State Sen. Craig Johnson of Port Washington is poised to join a powerful board that oversees building projects by the Long Island Rail Road, New York City subway and other mass transit.

Officials said Saturday Johnson had been tapped to represent the Senate’s Democratic majority on the Metropolitan Transportation Authority’s Capital Program Review Board. He will have veto power over projects such as the proposed third track for the LIRR’s main line to ease congestion, an initiative he opposes…

Johnson would be the fifth Long Island senator to serve on the board, succeeding John Flanagan (R-East Northport). Dean Skelos (R- Rockville Centre), now the minority leader, served on the board for more than 10 years.

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