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MORTGAGES

• Angela Higgins from Mortgage Electronic Registration Systems Inc. et al., $227,263; Apache Drive, Union Twp.

• Kolton D. Lynn from Mortgage Electronic Registration Systems Inc. et al., $83,460; East Fourth Street, Nescopeck.

• Courtney L. Petrosky et al. from Mortgage Electronic Registration Systems Inc. et al., $365,750; Rice Twp.

• Eric Chapin et al. from First Heritage Financial LLC, $78,452; Ashley Street, Ashley.

• George D. Larock et al. from Wayne Bank, $530,000; East Venisa Drive, Hazle Twp.

• CK Capital LLC from PNC Bank, $15,500; Dupont.

• Ashley A. Evert from Mortgage Electronic Registration Systems Inc. et al., $121,680; Cherry Blossom Drive, Hazle Twp.

• Katie Pelak from Mortgage Electronic Registration Systems Inc. et al., $79,200; St. James Street, Plains Twp.

• Bradley R. Breakstone from Jersey Shore State Bank, $100,000; Elizabeth Street, Dallas.

• Salvatore J. Polit-Moran et al. from First Keystone Community Bank, $70,000; Luzerne Avenue, West Pittston.

Katie Brennan files notice of intent to sue New Jersey over sex assault claims

A state government employee who says her allegations that she was sexually assaulted by a campaign staffer to Democratic Gov. Phil Murphy were ignored or downplayed has filed a notice of intent to sue New Jersey for damages.

An attorney for Katie Brennan filed the notice of tort claim last week.

The notice alleges the state, including Murphy and Attorney General Gurbir Grewal, acted negligently and with reckless indifference when it hired Albert Alvarez.

Brennan says Alvarez sexually assaulted her in 2017 during Murphy’s gubernatorial campaign and that she told several officials in Murphy’s administration.

Alvarez has denied the allegations.

It’s the latest development in a case that has seized Murphy’s administration in its first year and led to a legislative inquiry — spearheaded by the governor’s fellow Democrats — into how his office handled Brennan’s allegations.

Murphy’s office declined to comment.

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My husband and I are First time buyers we really need to find someone to help us with questions and getting a home loan for about 200,000 we have 3.5% for a down payment.

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