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Neighbors of White Plains mayor say tenancy a non-issue

White Plains Mayor Adam Bradley says that his current, temporary home is the essential element in a recent ethics probe brought against him. The landlord of Bradley's new home at 19 Hall Avenue, Walter

News 12 Staff

May 22, 2014, 7:27 PM

Updated 3,683 days ago

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White Plains Mayor Adam Bradley says that his current, temporary home is the essential element in a recent ethics probe brought against him.
The landlord of Bradley's new home at 19 Hall Avenue, Walter Gabriele, is reportedly trying to buy an adjacent piece of land from the city, presenting a potential conflict of interest for Bradley.
The recent probe comes on top of a slew of charges levied against Bradley by his wife, stemming from alleged cases of domestic violence in their home.
Vernon Moodie, who lives near Bradley, says he does not believe Bradley's current home presents an issue. "I live over there. He's living over there. It don't bother me, no problem."
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