New York revealed more information about its plans to use federal stimulus funds for roughly $4 billion of infrastructure projects yesterday at a meeting of legislative leaders called by Gov. David Paterson.

The state has identified about 2,100 projects estimated to cost $14 billion that could use the funds, said Timothy Gilchrist, Paterson's senior adviser for infrastructure and transportation.

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