WHITE PLAINS, N.Y. — A suburban New York town supervisor has been convicted of federal charges related to the financing of a controversial stadium.
RAMAPO – Jury selection in the trial of controversial Ramapo Town Supervisor Christopher St. Lawrence is expected to start tomorrow.
RAMAPO, NY — The former executive director of the Ramapo Local Development Corporation pleaded guilty Tuesday to conspiracy to commit securities fraud with the Ramapo Town Supervisor.
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.
The anticipated federal corruption trial against Ramapo Supervisor Christopher St. Lawrence and a former top economic development aide has been rescheduled for April, with the judge promising no more delays, court documents say.
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.
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.
A federal judge on Thursday set a Jan. 9 trial date in the corruption case against Ramapo Supervisor Christopher St. Lawrence and former town lawyer Aaron Troodler.
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.
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.