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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 ...

Former owner of Pacific Hospital in Long Beach, in prison for kickback scheme, breached his plea deal

The imprisoned former owner of Pacific Hospital in Long Beach, who engineered a kickback scheme that generated more than $500 million in medical bills, was found by a federal judge this week to have breached his plea deal with prosecutors, leaving him vulnerable to further prosecution and more years behind bars.

Michael D. Drobot, 74, was sentenced last January to 63 months in federal prison by U.S. District Judge Josephine Staton, who ruled Monday that the defendant has failed to pay what he owes as part of the plea deal he struck with prosecutors in February 2014.

Assistant U.S. Attorney Joseph McNally said Drobot helped prosecute multiple co-defendants in the scheme, but he fell short when it came time to paying restitution.

In a written ruling, Staton said Drobot was ordered to sell his 1965 Aston Martin, a 1958 Porsche and a 1971 Mercedes-Benz, but he “diverted the proceeds from the sale of (the Aston Martin and the Mercedes-Benz) to bank accounts that he controlled and ultimately used the funds for personal purposes.

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...