The New York City Industrial Development Agency should delay a vote on $452.3 million of new-money financing for two Major League Baseball stadiums because of questions over the use of the funds and the role city officials played in the deals, Assemblyman Richard Brodsky, D-Westchester, said Friday.

In an unusual move, the IDA scheduled a vote on additional issuance for the new Yankee Stadium and Mets’ Citi Field Stadium for the day after a public hearing on Jan. 15 on the financing. Votes typically are scheduled for the following week.

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