WASHINGTON -- The Clinton administration is taking its time in filling open seats on the Federal Housing Finance Board, and now the system's barons are saying that's fine with them.

In a House subcommittee hearing, Alfred A. DelliBovi, president of the Federal Home Loan Bank of New York, said the three empty seats on the board should be left vacant until Congress takes up "the comprehensive legislation we know is coming."

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