New York isn't ruling out the possibility that projects associated with a recent corruption case could be shut down.
Yesterday, the CEO of Empire State Development Corporation Howard Zemsky told Syracuse.com that they just began reviewing the projects that had been previously overseen by SUNY Polytechnic Institute.
More than a dozen projects are under scrutiny after alleged bid rigging and bribery in state funded projects. Several multi-million-dollar upstate projects are up in the air including the Soraa nanotech plant, SolarCity in Buffalo and the redevelopment of the former Mercy Hospital site in Watertown.
Zemsky said they are reviewing the projects with an eye toward making them happen.