"I've been vocal about the mayor and the quest for an additional $250 million," Gay-Dagnogo said. "And I have my concerns about the number of minority companies who have access to the program. But that was all based on what I've read and understanding what has happened to other people and just the dysfunction. But now? It further substantiates how I feel about the program and takes it to a whole new level."
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