New York Gov. David Paterson plans to veto a bill that would allow Erie County to sell bonds without getting approval from its financial control board.

Paterson in a meeting with the Buffalo News editorial board last week stated his intention to veto the bill, which passed the state Legislature this year. He also said he would veto another bill that would reduce the Buffalo Fiscal Stability Authority’s status to an advisory role.

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