Glenwood, a New Hyde Park firm that manages rental units around New York City, has not been charged with a crime but was identified without being explicitly named, in the 43-page complaint against Skelos released on Monday. Prosecutors said an executive at the company—who appears to be Dorego—is now cooperating with their ongoing investigation of state lawmakers.
Dorego has been Glenwood's major agent in dealing with campaign contributions for the past several years as Leonard Litwin, its centenarian C.E.O., has receded from the political circuit.
A lawyer for Glenwood declined to comment.
So has Cuomo.
His aides have made no public statement on Skelos' arrest, and did not respond to inquiries. The governor has not appeared publicly since charges were revealed on Monday morning. On Tuesday, Lieutenant Governor Kathy Hochul declined to address Skelos' arrest when asked by a reporter for the Wall Street Journal.
Spokesmen for Cuomo's campaign and government office declined to respond to Samuels.
Cuomo's schedule today:
No word yet from Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s press office on his public schedule for the day.
Sheriff Andy says he likes to lead on ethics - okay, Sheriff Andy, do some leading.
How about a statement on the Skelos arrest?
Should he stay or should he go?
And while we're at it, what about all that Glenwood money you took?
Are you planning on keeping the bribe money?