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Commissioner of Planning and Econ...

Local Address: Troy, New York, United States
City of Troy, New York

Employment History

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  • City Councilman
  • City Councilman
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Bill Dunne, TLDC executive ..., 7 Oct 2013 [cached]
Bill Dunne, TLDC executive director and city planning commissioner, said the agency worked with the borrower closely on both loans and had the necessary paperwork.
The Record, 21 July 2004 [cached]
Now, Troy City Councilman Bill Dunne, D-District 4, is also banging on Pratt's door, asking that a portion of the surcharge money be given to Troy for long overdue water bills.Dunne says he will ask his fellow City Council members to pass a resolution that states as much. The city of Rensselaer, which buys its water from Troy, missed payments in 1999, 2002 and 2003 that, with penalties, now total $1.3 million.In a statement, Dunne said he has "great sympathy" for the residents of Rensselaer, but wants to collect the money Troy has coming to it."I was elected to represent the people of the city of Troy, not those in Rensselaer, and I feel it is my responsibility to assure that all the money owed the city is collected," Dunne said.
Dunne accused the current Troy administration of "inaction" in pursuing the money, saying the mayor was allowing "Rensselaer to balance its books on the backs of Troy taxpayers."
Dunne said the action is something the administration should have let the council know about, because members may eventually have to vote on matters related to the issue, such as accepting the payment. "They don't inform us of anything.It would be nice," he said. Tutunjian said Dunne hasn't called him once to inquire about the situation. In past months, Dunne has questioned how ethical it is for the city of Troy to employ Corporation Counsel John Hicks, who also serves in a similar position for the city of Rensselaer, and has wondered whether a conflict of interest was keeping the city from pursuing the water money aggressively.
"I have never done that, nor will I. This situation has been ongoing and is being pursued in the best interests of Troy, something I am sure Mr. Dunne knows nothing about."At least one of Dunne's fellow council members said he wouldn't support the resolution.
The Community Builders Inc., a ..., 29 July 2014 [cached]
The Community Builders Inc., a large nonprofit developer of affordable housing, has a contract to buy the property, according to Bill Dunne, the city's commissioner of planning and economic development.
The Community Builders would turn the six-story, red-brick building at 599 River St. into a mix of market-rate apartments and units for people with incomes below a fixed percentage of the area's median income, Dunne said.
"We look at $60,000 and up [in income] as 'workforce' housing," Dunne said.
Dunne was not familiar with all of the details and referred questions to Sue McCann, director of development at The Community Builders.
This comes after a very adamant ..., 23 May 2012 [cached]
This comes after a very adamant Bill Dunne, currently commissioner of the city's Planning and Economic Development Department, said no RFP would sway him on moving City Hall into the Dauchy Building when he was serving on the city Council. Now with the city planning to lease out space in the Hedley Building, owned by First Columbia, Dunne is slightly changing his tune.
"Right now, I think this is no different than the RFP we had before," Dunne said. "We're just soliciting interest. Had we really acted to sell the building three and a half years ago, we could have gotten $2 million."
Dunne said he is fine with whatever decision Mayor Lou Rosamilia makes concerning the Dauchy and River Triangle buildings and said he will work to get as many businesses in there over the next two years. Currently, Dunne said he has a large amount of interest in the first floor of the building, several looking for space on the second and third floor and a prospective tenant for the fourth floor.
Moving City Hall out of the Verizon Building at 1776 Sixth Ave., owned by Sam Judge, is a large priority for the city, Dunne said, calling the rent "oppressive" and left over from a poor deal reached by former Mayor Harry Tutunjian, now a Rensselaer County legislator.
"Everyone thinks they have the answer for everything but they don't do the work," Dunne said about the search for the City Hall location.
Mayor Lou Rosamilia and TLDC Executive ... [cached]
Mayor Lou Rosamilia and TLDC Executive Director Bill Dunne have taken issue with Reeves' testimony.
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