CLARKSTOWN, N. Y. -- As he faces federal scrutiny, Clarkstown Supervisor Alexander Gromack changed his financial reports to include side work for the owner of the Rockland bus system, according to lohud.com.
Gromack said Richard Brega Jr.'s RTB Industries paid him about $10,000 for referring people to the company back in 2012 and 2013. The work previously hadn't been refported in his Board of Ethics filings, lohud.com said.
RTB Industries also does work for the county. Gromack's wife has worked part-time for the company, lohud. com said.
Federal investigators are now reviewing the ethics filings for Gromack and other officials, according to lohud.com.
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