DePietro's email starts out by telling Gilstrap that his memo "begins with a false statement, and compounds its errors throughout." It continues: "I did not ask the city attorney 'to develop a plan to dissolve HDC.' He was asked to 'look into how does one get rid of an LDC'--a much more general question, to be sure." Later on in the email , DePietro says, "Personally, I find it funny that in your second paragraph you admit you don't even know the guidelines for dissolving an LDC, even though it's posted on the HDC website."
For those curious about the subject of LDCs (local development corporations), their purposes and powers are defined in New York Consolidated Laws, Not-for-Profit Corporation Law--NPC § 1141. Dissolution is addressed in paragraph (g).
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