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Thirteen members of an extended family, and an attorney and real estate appraiser, were charged in 2014 with bank fraud, making false statements to lenders, theft of public money, identify theft and wire fraud.
MacQuesten Development asked the city’s IDA to exempt it from $1.6 million in sales and use taxes and to abate property taxes for 30 years on a project at the Mount Vernon West train station.
The bankruptcy petition lists more than 2,000 creditors, mostly newspapers, ranging from the Aberdeen American News to the Zapata Times.
Yonkers Contracting hired Wallace's company to do masonry, carpentry and other work on the New Rochelle Wastewater Treatment Plant for $4.6 million.
“If you’re going to go whale watching, you have to go where the whales are,” Astorino said. “The schools are the whales.”
Jobs Waiting was funded by the U.S. Department of Labor in 2014 and is run by WCA and the Westchester-Putnam Local Workforce Investment Board.
ATNM Corp. forged dump tickets to make it appear as though it was hauling more waste, then billed customers for the higher tonnage.
Pegas Baccas and his father-in-law, Gary Attzs, sued the dealership and owner Anthony Panarella on May 1 in federal court in White Plains.
“I can’t see why we can’t just defer this and wait and listen to what the residents have to say,” Councilman Louis Trangucci said.
Double-dipping makes a bad impression on the public and hurts the court system in negotiations with other branches of government, the Court of Appeals said.
National Development, with EPOCH Senior Living, has proposed a 64-unit memory care facility in New Rochelle estimated to cost $15 million to $20 million.
Hudson Heritage relied on electronic versions of original documents, in what has become a growing risk to credit unions.
The organization claims that Sterling, based in Montebello, Rockland County, denied loan applications to African-Americans 3.6 times more frequently than loans to white applicants in 2015.