Disgraced former Comptroller Alan Hevesi is being released from a Oneida County prison tomorrow at 8 a.m., the state Parole Board announced today.

Hevesi was sentenced to prison for his role in a massive pay-to-play pension fund scandal in 2011. He sentenced to one to four years in prison, but was granted parole on Nov. 14.

Initially his release date was no later than Dec. 19.

Hevesi will remain under community supervision until April 14, 2015 and plans to live in his home in Queens.

The Democrat was comptroller until the end of 2006, when he resigned after it was revealed that he used a state driver to chauffeur his wife.

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