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Even as negotiations continued, a federal prosecutor wrote to U.S. District Judge Vincent Briccetti, Calderon continued to fail paying taxes.
Campana’s attorney depicted him as an otherwise decent man who “temporarily lost his way,” in a sentencing letter to the court, while prosecutors attributed his conduct to “pure avarice.”
The smaller of the two projects – NRP’s $63 million Lincoln Renaissance Apartments – is arguably the more transformative proposal.
The developer planned to build a $25 million self-storage warehouse at 2 Birch St., for ExtraSpace Storage, of Salt Lake City, Utah.
In one instance, the inner wheel barrel allegedly ruptured while the car was in operation. The tire burst. The car spun out of control.
“Hotels can’t operate without bedsheets,” Mandy Lema said. “There are 100,000 hotel rooms. They have to have that service.”
John Ulrich solicited bribes from Patrick Paolucci, the owner of Crossroads Healthcare Management, a Staten Island company that administered the Teamsters' health plan.
“Emily Falencki will be unjustly enriched,” David Frost asserts, “if the promises of her grandmother, father and she are not enforced.”
Employee Benefit Solutions, Wilton, Connecticut, allegedly submitted ledgers to Curry claiming $26 million in employee health care claims from 2015 to 2019, but paid the healthcare providers $8.1 million.
The business was in “reasonable harmony” until late 2019, according to Anton Milohnic, but over the past several months “Steven Milohnic has wrongfully and unilaterally seized control of the corporation.”
Robert Kissh has “utilized confidential information … as a former employee of Oak Ridge,” the complaint states, “to unlawfully compete with Oak Ridge.”
“It is ideally situated to give people a more open area,” Andrew Weisz said, “and at the same time is close to a lot of attractions.”
The decisions trace back to a seven-year legal fight by three women Paswall fired because they were pregnant.
Gandl’s assets consist mostly of his house in Monroe, Orange County, valued at $431,000, but it secures more than $1 million for business loans, court judgments and IRS and state tax warrants.
“Unless the court intervenes,” the petition states, “there is a danger that the proceeds will be dissipated.”