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Monsey – Anthony Mallia ‘Helped’ Jewish Developers Who Donated To Christoper St. Lawrence

Three of the developers allegedly given breaks on permit fees by Anthony Mallia, Ramapo’s building inspector, were major donors to the campaign committees of Mallia’s boss, town Supervisor Christopher St. Lawrence. Read more

Town of Ramapo Building Inspector Indicted

Ramapo’s chief building inspector has been indicted on 188 counts, including charges of grand larceny and falsifying business records, officials from the Rockland County District Attorney’s office announced Wednesday. Read more

Monsey – Neighbors Tell Court Builder Sneaked In Extra Apartment Spots

The builder of Viola Estates stealthily built space for illegal accessory apartments in the basements and upper floors of townhouses contrary to site plans approved by the Ramapo Planning Board, an attorney for neighbors told a judge on Thursday. Read more

Monsey – Viola Condo Project In Disarray As Developer’s Counsel Extends Standstill On Sales

In another surprise twist for the troubled Viola Estates condominium project, the developer’s counsel reversed himself and agreed to a standstill on unit sales for an additional 3 weeks, TOT has learned exclusively. Read more

Rockland County, NY – 100 Felonies And 1 Misdemeanor In Arrest Of Ramapo Building Inspector

Rockland County, NY – The dominoes continue to fall tonight in Ramapo, as the town’s chief building inspector was arrested tonight on a whopping 101 charges. Read more

Monsey – Lawsuit: Orthodox Jewish vs Orthodox Jewish

A builder is being accused by his neighbors of potentially building more apartments than approved by Ramapo planners at a large housing complex on the former Temple Beth El property along Viola Road. Read more

Monsey – Frum Residents File Lawsuit Against Frum Developer

In the first action of its kind in Rockland County, a group of frum residents in Monsey brought a lawsuit against a frum developer with the approval of daas Torah, seeking a stop work order, an injunction against further building and other relief, TOT News has learned. Read more