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Former Tuttle lumber site sold to mortgage-holder

BENNINGTON — Property that encompasses the former Henry M. Tuttle Co. lumber and hardware site was sold at auction to the mortgage holder, Apollo Industries Inc., for $400,000 on Friday.

Joseph O'Dea placed the winning bid on behalf of Apollo Industries. The bid represents the amount remaining on the mortgage. The only other bidder at the auction, Jon Goodrich, placed a bid of $250,000.

Eric Nathan, from Nathan Auction & Real Estate of Manchester, conducted the auction at the site of the property, between 113 Depot St. and 174-84 North St.

"It will be sold right here and right now," Nathan said.

O'Dea said there are currently no plans for the property. The owner of record had been Applejack Real Estate Partners LLC.

Terms of the auction included a required $10,000 deposit from the highest bidder to be increased to 10 percent of the sale price within five days after the sale, and to sign a purchase and sale agreement without contingencies at the time of the sale, the Banner previously reported.

Caisse de depot fires four Otera subsidiary executives after investigation

MONTREAL — The Caisse de depot et placement du Quebec has fired four senior executives, including the chairman and chief executive of its mortgage financing subsidiary Otera Capital following an in-depth internal investigation of ethical breaches.

The investigation confirms that the actions of subsidiary president Alfonso Graceffa, economist Edmondo Marandola and vice-president Martine Gaudreault were not appropriate but not interconnected. The fourth person has not been identified.

The Journal de Montreal revealed irregularities in February, including that Graceffa obtained 11 loans totalling more than $9 million from an Otera subsidiary to finance income properties he owned. It also revealed that Marandola was moonlighting as a real estate developer and that Gaudreault and her husband, Alain Cormier, were in business together and that Cormier had business ties with the Rizutto Mafia clan.

Caisse president Michael Sabia says he’s reassured by the fact that “no misuse of funds” was found and that Otera’s portfolio has retained its integrity. But he acknowledged that the ethical shortcomings of a few people is “shocking” and “unacceptable.”

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