Pat Lynch Expands to City

ALBANY—Lobbying queen Patricia Lynch announced in an embossed postcard that her firm has opened a New York City office.

Lynch, a former top aide to Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver, was the second-highest grossing lobbyist in 2007. There are already offices in Albany, White Plains and Buffalo.

Next stop? Panama City, where, according to the postcard, an office will open in 2009.

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