The law that enables New York industrial development agencies to sell bonds for nonprofit civic facilities will expire tomorrow at midnight, a key Assembly proponent of IDA reform said yesterday.

“It will expire,” said Assemblyman Sam Hoyt, D-Buffalo. “We will have an undefined, undetermined period of time where the civic facilities and the [continuing care retirement communities] and nonprofits will not be able to go forward with projects.”

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