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Little Italy Association Gets Some Money Back

After its business improvement district funds were seized by City Attorney Mike Aguirre, the Little Italy Association received its March contributions to the funds back in full March 22.

Association Secretary Tom Di Zinno said the funds were given back after a concession was made with Aguirre, whereby association Chairman Marco Li Mandri would have his title removed.

In a March 14 press release, Aguirre & #226; & #128; & #153;s office cited a search warrant on Li Mandri & #226; & #128; & #153;s business, New City America Inc., as the cause of seizing the business improvement district funds.

Di Zinno said that Li Mandri & #226; & #128; & #153;s position looked like a conflict of interest, but it was not because Li Mandri was a nonvoting member of the association.

Monthly contributions of $6,000 in business improvement district funds and $30,000 in maintenance assessment district funds were returned to the association, according to Di Zinno.

& #226; & #128;” Andy Killion

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