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Gov. Hochul forges ahead with NYC’s Penn Station redesign plan that stands to benefit major campaign donor

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NEW YORK — New York Gov. Kathy Hochul pressed full steam ahead Thursday on a plan to redesign Manhattan’s Penn Station that has drawn pushback from government watchdog groups as it stands to benefit one of her biggest campaign donors. Joined by Mayor Eric Adams and other local officials in Penn’s Moynihan Train Hall, Hochul announced that the state will accept applications through July 28 from developers and architects to carry out the multibillion-dollar overhaul of the outdated and much-maligned transit hub. “We will return this station to its former glory,” Hochul, a Democrat, said before q…

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