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Men’s Fitness magazine headlined Umberto Pitagora as the “Obi-Wan Kenobi of suit making,” in a 2017 article likening him to the wizened master Jedi from the "Star Wars" films.
Reifler reportedly lived a lavish lifestyle and spent a decade and $8 million renovating Sky Blue Farm, a horse farm, including an ice hockey rink, tennis courts, riding ring, shooting range, motocross track and swimming pool.
Frey’s has been generating perc sludge since 2006, according to the consent agreement, including tainted water, contaminated lint and spent perc filter cartridges.
“The property contamination arising from your prior operations was not cleaned up and removed,” Yorktown JAZ’s attorney said in a June letter to Chevron.
The restaurant needs immediate bankruptcy relief to protect it from eviction, Angela Terranova, president of Sofrito Inc., said in an affidavit.
Theresa Davidson, an owner of BrioDigital, said the problem originated with a faulty Google platform.
Dr. Daniel Cameron claims that an article by Jann Bellamy depicted him as a “predator who preys on Lyme disease patients for his own financial gain."
After a four-and-half-year hiatus while dealing with the criminal charges, Armando Pons allegedly resumed filing questionable bankruptcy petitions.
He commingled investors’ funds in “Ponzi-like fashion,” according to a news release from U.S. Attorney Geoffrey S. Berman, and channeled the funds through a series of shell companies.
The owner of the Yonkers Whiskey House sued Yonkers Shopping Center LLC for $750,000, claiming it thwarted efforts to upgrade the bar-restaurant at 2221 Central Park Ave.
“I also do something else that I try to keep under the wraps. It’s called independent contracting work. You got problems I take care of them,” Martin Hodge said.
U.S. District Judge Cathy Seibel on Oct. 29 ordered Amarant Mining Ltd. of Dubai, U.A.E., and Alluvia Mining Ltd. of Channel Island, U.K., to pay the judgment.
“Financial institutions must recognize and honor their responsibilities to our men and women in uniform,” John Gore, an assistant U.S. attorney said in the news release.
Maarv Waterproofing was using a heavy Bobcat machine on the parking deck when it fell about 30 feet into a National Wholesale Liquidators store, injuring five people.
Frank Sabia claims that exposure to toxic compounds have “caused him to suffer severe health problems, including heart disease resulting in a heart attack in 2017."