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A decade after the developer tried building a 1.15-million-square-foot project on LeCount Place, it has proposed a vastly scaled-back project.
The couple says the broker convinced them to roll over existing annuities, or use cash, to buy new annuities, costing them at least $8.3 million in fees, taxes and expenses.
The unemployment rate in the seven-county region narrowed to 4.1 percent in March, from 4.3 percent a year ago.
The office is already working on several office, retail, multifamily and mixed-use developments in Westchester County.
Dealers must provide a loaner car for up to five days if repairs will take longer than a day.
Tech workers in every state earned significantly more than the average private sector workers.
“We selected a buyer who is going to continue to operate the V.I.P. exactly as it is,” said Mike Morelli.
Fleetwood Diner owed $132,573 in state taxes going back to 2012.
A state appellate court has left the door open for Matthew Libous, who served six months in prison for cheating on taxes, to reapply for a law license.
The tentative deal would extend the collective bargaining agreement by four years and increase wages by 30 percent.
The URA agreed to make its mortgage secondary when it loaned $345,200 to Mt. Vernon Associates to renovate Greencourt Apartments, 284 S. Columbus Ave.
Former U.S. Department of Agriculture official Stacey Brayboy was hired as executive director to replace Sean McIntyre who was hired eight months ago.