Some activists want Schroeder to step aside and endorse Grant

Some activists are expressing dissatisfaction with the candidacy of City Comptroller Mark Schroeder.  His campaign will split the vote, they contend, potentially undermining the pioneering County Legislator Betty Jean Grant, a longtime leader in the city’s growing social justice movement. They argue that

Housing Authority

Steve Cohen calls on Schroeder to conduct BMHA audit

BY MATTHEW RICCHIAZZI Steven Cohen, prominent civil rights attorney with the firm HoganWillig, who has championed the case of suspended housing commissioner Joe Mascia in recent months, is calling on City Comptroller Mark Schroeder to initiate an audit of the


Schroeder touts watchdog record, hints Mayoral run possible

BY TONY FARINA Buffalo’s chief fiscal watchdog pulls no punches when describing the work his staff has done under his leadership to save city taxpayers money by refinancing old debt and rooting out wasteful spending, but South Buffalo’s Mark Schroeder

Housing Authority

Mascia, Schroeder balk at BMHA mismanagement

BY TERRENCE ROBINSON In this chapter of the Mascia Chronicles we will take the reader on a hair-raising spin around the track of BMHA chicanery. Be forewarned, there are perilous curves taken at high speed, the straight aways are heart-stopping and