Boyland sought more than $250,000 in bribes in exchange for his promise to secure local development projects, authorities said yesterday.
The accusations come only weeks after Boyland was acquitted by a Manhattan federal jury this month in a crooked health-care kickback scheme.
In one exchange, recorded by an undercover fed posing as a developer, Boyland practically begs his new “partner” for a quarter-million dollars to help pay the lawyers defending him in the Manhattan case.
“I have legal fees for this thing,” Boyland tells the agent in a June 7 meeting. “I have to hire a good attorney.”