Mayor de Blasio has said donors did not get special treatment from the city.
But many donors — some of whom were asked to give big — wound up getting city business, appointments, or they saw policies that would benefit them supported by City Hall.
De Blasio has insisted those decisions were on the merits.
Joseph Dussich’s company Mint-X, which makes mint-scented, rat-repelling trash bags, scored a $ 5.6 million city contract — and gave two $ 50,000 donations to the mayor’s Campaign for One New York.
Moishe Indig, a leader of the religious Jewish Satmar group, hosted a fund-raiser for de Blasio in 2013, his campaign said at the time. Prosecutors later investigated whether that event was connected to the lifting of an order to vacate a Hasidic school.
Seven developers with properties along the proposed route of a Brooklyn-Queens streetcar, donated a combined $ 245,000 to Campaign for One New York. Not long after that donation, the mayor announced his support for the trolley. Those owners include:
• Park Tower Group donated $ 50,000.
• Jed Walentas of Two Trees Management donated $ 100,000 — through a limited liability corporation that obscured the source of the check.
• Toll Brothers, the developer of the Pierhouse hotel and condos at Brooklyn Bridge Park, kicked in $ 25,000.
• Alma Realty wrote a $ 5,000 check.
• RAL Development donated $ 10,000 on May 27.
• Brookfield Properties donated $ 50,000.
• Steiner Studios donated up $ 5,000.