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NEW YORK CITY-Once the downstate chief of the Empire State Development Corp., Patrick Foye is poised to move into a bistate agency. New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo has appointment Foye to succeed Chris Ward as executive director of the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, headquartered here. Additionally, Cuomo wants to fold the Lower Manhattan Development Corp. and the Moynihan Station Development Corp. into the Port Authority, subject to approval by the authority’s board, as is the governor’s choice of Foye. It’s not certain when the board will vote on these matters.

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