NEW YORK -- Fairway here said last week the company's participation in the Red Hook Project, a mixed-use development on the Brooklyn waterfront that will be anchored by a large Fairway specialty supermarket, remains on course, despite the arrest and indictment late last month of a New York City councilman who in exchange for his support of the project allegedly extorted more than $1 million from its real estate developer. A spokeswoman for the Economic Development Corp. here, a ...

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