Rangel sees millions for Harlem

November 1994
New York Amsterdam News;11/5/94, Vol. 85 Issue 45, p1
Reports on investments in New York ordered by Governor Mario Cuomo in two economic development projects which have been Representative Charles B. Rangel's most important initiatives. Funding for comprehensive legal services in Washington Heights-Inwood-Marble Hill; Rangel's commendation of Cuomo and the State Office of Economic Development for recognizing the importance of the projects to the people of Upper Manhattan.


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