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Long Beach Superblock deal sealed with plan for larger development
http://www.newsday.com/long-island/towns/long-beach-superblock-deal-sealed-with-plan-for-larger-development-1.6877878
Long Beach Superblock deal sealed with plan for larger development The city had been locked in litigation about the property -- a vacant eyesore near the Long Beach boardwalk for decades -- since 2011, when the city sued the developer, iStar, and a former developer, alleging the two owed Long Beach millions of dollars

Long Beach Superblock deal sealed by moneymaking plan
http://www.newsday.com/long-island/towns/long-beach-superblock-deal-sealed-by-moneymaking-plan-1.6877878
Long Beach Superblock deal sealed by moneymaking plan The city had been locked in litigation about the property -- a vacant eyesore near the Long Beach boardwalk for decades -- since 2011, when the city sued the developer, iStar, and a former developer, alleging the two owed Long Beach millions of dollars

Superblock deal sealed by moneymaking plan
http://www.newsday.com/long-island/towns/superblock-deal-sealed-by-moneymaking-plan-1.6877878
Long Beach brokered the deal to turn the long-derelict Superblock into two apartment towers after the project's Manhattan developer crafted a plan it believes will make money. The city had iStar had approval to build two 110-foot towers with 425

Bob and Maureen McDonnell, businessman bonded over financial needs ...
http://www.washingtonpost.com/politics/bob-and-maureen-mcdonnell-businessman-bonded-over-financial-needs-prosecutors-say/2014/01/25/a962e9d8-847c-11e3-bbe5-6a2a3141e3a9_story.html
A central question about their exchanges will be argued in a federal courtroom in Richmond later this year: Did Williams bend over backward to ingratiate himself with the state's governor for his company's benefit, or were the McDonnells using their

Market Update for the Los Altos area of Long Beach - March 2011

A snap shot of the housing market for single family residences in the Los Altos area of Long Beach, mortgage interest rates, and average sold ...

Lamont: DECD nominee unfairly tainted by '08 collapse

Gov. Ned Lamont delivered a full-throated defense Monday of David Lehman, the former Goldman Sachs partner whose nomination as commissioner of economic and community development has prompted questions about whether Lehman is tainted by the firm's role in the financial collapse of 2008.

On WNPR's "Where We Live," the governor said Lehman is unfairly suffering from guilt-by-association with Goldman Sachs, a firm that figured prominently in a scathing post-mortem of the financial collapse conducted by the U.S. Senate Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations.

"I think that's fundamentally unfair to his young man and what he wants to do for this state," Lamont said. "And, yup, Wall Street was selling some lousy products, but they were generally selling lousy products to hedge funds that were derelict and not paying attention to what they were buying. That doesn't have anything to do with David."

Off air, Lamont said he and Senate President Pro Tem Martin M. Looney, D-New Haven, who pointedly refused last week to commit to voting for Lehman's confirmation when it comes before the full Senate, have since talked about Lehman's nomination. Looney said he has advised the governor to call other senators and make the case for Lehman.

Did you hear about the drug-dealing Granny, living the high life?


reminds me of this fella.. http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/uk_news/engla nd/lancashire/7875395.stm , but at least it doesn't seem like he was in it for the money...