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Professional fundraisers kept $379.3 million, almost 35 percent of the funds they raised, to cover the costs of their campaigns in 2015, according to New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman.
A 200-member, multi-agency minimum wage enforcement and outreach unit will police the wage market.
“I own it all!" Robert Kolaczynski told the investor. "It was tricky but I had to do it that way to control everything.”
Bloomingburg was chosen, the government said, because the village’s small population made local government vulnerable to being taken over.
Westchester’s very economic success makes it harder for a large segment of the population to survive.
“No issue in my 20 years of experience in the Hudson Valley has so united the region to defend the river, from environmental, public health and economic perspectives,” Ned Sullivan said.
Acting state Tax Commissioner Nonie Manion said the case is especially troubling because a professional of William O’Hagan’s standing is expected to know and uphold the law.
Orange, Rockland and Westchester counties gained 700 jobs last month.
Robert Lees, 62, had been found guilty of conspiracy, mail fraud, money laundering and making false statements in a loan application.
New Yorkers have submitted more than 2,700 complaints about foreclosure scams costing $8.25 million in losses, from 2010 to 2014.
Tax relief, financing and other tools supported $604 million in private investment and helped create or retain about 2,179 jobs last year.
Avon expects to stay in Rye for 3 to 5 years. “But beyond that it is difficult for us to know what will happen,” said CFO Jim Scully.
Bethel bought the retirement home for $16.1 million cash and the assumption of liabilities from the previous owner, Hebrew Hospital Senior Housing Inc., in a transaction approved by U.S. Bankruptcy Court.
More than 10,000 comments are posted in a process that seldom gets more than a few.
The U.S. Attorney says Nimesh Patel accepted $274,000 for steering IT jobs to an associate's firm.