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Complaints by residents, officials reveal frustration with city tax collector ...
http://www.registercitizen.com/general-news/20140125/complaints-by-residents-officials-reveal-frustration-with-city-tax-collectors-office
Kenney, 53, has lived in Torrington for 25 years, and said that after he tried to pay his sewer taxes in June, he was notified that his mortgage company, Bank of America, had already paid the taxes. He was told by someone in the tax collector's office

Erie County Real Estate Transactions
http://www.buffalonews.com/business/erie-county-transactions/erie-county-real-estate-transactions-20140126
546 Hewitt Ave., Sylus Llc; Mark C. Rodgers to Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corporation, $10,800. • 212 Maurice, City of Buffalo to William Rios Perez, $10,000. • 519 Utica East, Brent Eaton to M&M Dearot Inc., $10,000. • 53 Hawley St., Phillip John

Stonegate Mortgage Corporation Opens New Office Center In Scottsdale, Arizona
http://www.areadevelopment.com/newsItems/1-17-2014/stonegate-mortgage-corporation-new-office-scottsdale-arizona023093.shtml
To assist Stonegate Mortgage in its Arizona expansion, the Industrial Development Authority of the City of Scottsdale offered support for recruitment of local employees through job training assistance funds. “We are excited to be able to put fee

St. Charles Parish real estate transfers
http://www.nola.com/realestatetransfers/index.ssf/2014/01/st_charles_parish_real_estate_68.html
Edgewood Lane 260, Standard Mortgage Corporation to Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corporation, $269,194.17. Evangeline City Subdivision, Square 2, Lots 41-50: Leroy K. Branch, Jr. and others to Errol J. Falterman, $45,000. NEW SARPY. New Sarpy 

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www.PlantCityMortgages.com Nate Davis, President of Plant City Mortgage, discussing some of the unique things that Plant City Mortgage does that ...

Park Ridge City Coucil upholds mayoral veto of Pusheen company expansion in Uptown

Maloney said he vetoed the council’s approval of the first-floor office space because he did not believe it would draw people to the area where, he said, a “synergy” exists due to some successful businesses already operating on Main Street.

“I’m not naive; I don’t expect a sporting goods store or a Montgomery Wards or a JCPenney to open up on Main Street. I know those days are gone,” Maloney said. “But I think we need to reserve the ground floor space on Main Street for things that are going to bring people to Main Street in greater numbers than what [Pusheen] will bring.”

Aldermen John Moran, Nicholas Milissis and Charlie Melidosian agreed, their votes supporting the veto.

For more than an hour on July 2, members of the City Council conducted a back-and-forth dialogue with Pusheen supporters, despite Maloney admonishing this approach with audience members in the past and declaring at the start of the discussion that comments from the public would be limited to five minutes.

Real Estate/Changing Hands, July 6, 2018

Frank I. Luddington and Joyce A. Luddington, to Lynn Hansell, of Northfield, Barbara Bernstein, Peter Bernstein and Stanley Bernstein. 18 Myers Farm Lane. Unit 18, Myers Farm Condominium. $215,000

Joshua D. Parker and Tanya M. Parker, to Myles Andrew Downey, of Amherst. 16 Hall Ave. $192,000

R. J. Mulford and Mary Mulford, to Frederick G. Nassiff Jr., of Longmeadow. 898 Bernardston Road. $322,000

Andrew M. Cloutier and Megan Cloutier, of Orange, to Austin E. Moreno and Shannon L. Hersey, of Northfield. 28 Wunsch Road. $170,000

Helen D. Milewski, to Cynthia A. Milewski. 74 Petty Plain Road. $1

Alan M. Lerner, of San Francisco, Calif., to Jenny P. Kipp, also of San Francisco, Calif. 68 Silver St. $1

Greenfield KMW, LLC, to Priyankkumar R. Patel and Beena P. Patel, of Shelburne. 92 Verde Drive. $80,000

Mackin Construction Co. Inc., to the City of Greenfield. Route 2. $1

Hildegard Harlow, to Cecilia Moran, of Turners Falls. 23 Cedar Glen Circle. Unit A23 Greenfield Town Homes Condominium. $150,000

MGIC has one couple of employees who are African American or black while 40% of Milwaukee is black?

I have inside information from employees who works at MGIC or Mortgage Guaranty Insurance Corporation in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.