Records showed that Metrobank Federal Savings spend about $600,000 to get a $28 million tax abatement from the city of Newark.

A failing New Jersey thrift paid more than $28,000 in campaign contributions in 1990 to the mayor of Newark and several city councilmen as it successfully sought a $28 million tax break from the city government, The Record of Hackensack reported this week.

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