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Judgments for Lafourche Parish: Jan. 25, 2014
http://www.dailycomet.com/article/20140124/NEWS20/140129712?Title=Judgments-for-Lafourche-Parish-Jan-25-2014
Defendant: Kenneth Bourgeois, Gretta Bourgeois; Plaintiff: Lafourche Mortgage & Loan Inc; ; $5,796; Entry#1170345 on 1/9/2014. • Defendant: Donovan K Charles; Plaintiff: First Heritage Credit of LA LLC; ; $862; Entry#1170346 on 1/9/2014. • Defendant: 

Bank of America selects Patrick O'Neil as Savannah market president
http://savannahnow.com/exchange/2014-01-24/bank-america-selects-patrick-oneil-savannah-market-president
However, challenges remain as its mortgage business shrinks with interest rates creeping up and fewer people refinancing their home loans — and legal troubles left over from risky mortgages it took on in 2008 still loom. O'Neil spoke with Savannah

DEXTER: Boxwood Cottage and Home is Dexter's newest small business
http://www.heritage.com/articles/2014/01/25/dexter_leader/news/doc52e27c5a0012b868219119.txt
Hauman joked that sometimes the pair have to stop each other from laughing and one has to remind the other that there's taxes to do or a mortgage to pay. "I couldn't imagine doing anything else," Hauman said. Boxwood Cottage and Home is open Tuesday 

St. Tammany Parish real estate transfers
http://www.nola.com/realestatetransfers/index.ssf/2014/01/st_tammany_parish_real_estate_116.html
Robindale subdivision, lot 1, square 5: Russell D. Whitaker Jr. and Russell Whitaker Jr. to Bank of New York Mellon, as Trustee for the Certificateholders of CWALT Inc. Alternative Loan Trust 2005-JJ Mortgage Pass-Through Certificates Series 2005-J1

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Hudson Heights Tenants Sue Landlord for Deregulating Rent-Stabilized Units

HUDSON HEIGHTS — A group of tenants living in a building on West 180th Street are accusing their landlord of a “fraudulent scheme to overcharge tenants and illegally deregulate the apartments,” according to a lawsuit expected to be filed in New York Supreme Court on Thursday.

Twelve of the tenants of  854 W. 180th St ., a pre-war building overlooking the Hudson River, are seeking to recover rent overcharges from LIV Hudson Heights LLC and adjust their leases to reflect what they believe their legal rent should be.

The tenants first thought something was amiss when they realized a large number of rent stabilized units had been deregulated at their 49-unit pre-war building, and many new tenants were asked to sign waivers acknowledging they weren't entitled to any protections under rent stabilization laws.

This spring they reached out to the Housing Rights Initiative , a nonprofit that investigates rent fraud in rent-stabilized buildings. Their data analysis uncovered a pattern of aggressive deregulation and massive rent increases at the six-story building — which the group believed was achieved by illegal means.

School community says 'Thanks, Mr. Charlie' for 42 memorable years

 

The corridors of Heritage Academy in Columbus seem a bit different this semester. Put it down to Charlie Skipper's retirement. After 42 years, Skipper no longer daily walks the buildings and grounds, keeping an experienced eye on maintenance and cleanliness, turning a hand to whatever is needed or passing out a signature smile or word of encouragement. 

 

Skipper, who will be 69 this month, is adjusting instead to sleeping in a little later, catching up on some TV and fishing -- definitely fishing. None of which means he won't, from time to time, be visiting the school he spent four decades of his life in. 

 

Skipper was at Heritage Wednesday. Tall, slender and sporting the perpetual baseball cap, he reminisced with longtime HA educator and athletic coach Yandell Harris and HA Headmaster Dr. Greg Carlyle.  

 

It seemed that an humbled Skipper still couldn't get over what had occurred a few days earlier, on Aug. 26. At a pep rally that day, the school's board of directors presented the retiring custodian with a ceremonial key to the school and a proclamation declaring "Charlie Skipper Day." He was also presented an honorary diploma and a contribution by the school toward his mortgage on the Habitat for Humanity home Skipper has been in since 2011. Donations for that purpose are still coming in from current and former students, parents, faculty and staff -- people whose lives "Mr. Charlie" touched. He was honored again that evening during pre-game activities.  

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