Nothing specifically discussed about the MetroStars, but I thought that this cover page article in the NY Times was worth noting, especially considering the talk here last week that he might have his own agenda: Mr. Codey has said it is too early to say whether he will seek a four-year term in next year's election. But during a news conference in the governor's office, he bristled at a reporter's suggestion that his choice of issues - mental health, a football stadium and an aid package for the Meadowlands track - might reflect his own agenda rather than that of the electorate. "Mental health for people who are poor is not a personal agenda," he said. "And I deeply resent that accusation." If he's an expert on mental health issues, then he's the perfect person to deal with the MFO. http://www.nytimes.com/2004/11/17/nyregion/17codey.html?oref=login By week's end, Mr. Codey is expected to release more details about his plan to place video slots and a new stadium at the Meadowlands..........the state's bond rating has been lowered because of increasing debt and some analysts are projecting a $4 billion shortfall.