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State’s first legal incubator will aid Fairfield trauma victims BY PHIL HALL phall@westfairinc.com

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onnecticut’s first legal incubator is due to open in early 2017 at the Center for Family Justice, a Bridgeport-based nonprofit that provides services to trauma survivors affected by domestic violence, sexual assault or child abuse. “A legal incubator is like a business incubator,” said Jennifer Ferrante, who has joined the Center for Family Justice staff as the coordinator for the new service. At the center’s office at 753 Fairfield Ave., “We are going to be housing four attorneys here on site,” she said. Two of the first attorneys who applied and were accepted in the program are recent law school graduates. “They are their own bosses,” Ferrante said. “They have their own independent law practices. But we are going to be supporting them in multiple ways. We give them subsidized office space and supplies. We give them training in business management and provide them with networking and mentoring opportunities and referrals, along with a collaborative work environment. At the end of the two years, they will hopefully have all of the tools that they can go out into the community with a sustainable law practice and be able to go out and earn a living.” Ferrante, a Westport resident, previously was a litigation associate at the white-shoe New York law firm Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom LLP, where » LEGAL INCUBATOR, page 8

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Stuart Cameron intensely works the punching bag at Lexington Avenue Gym in Mount Kisco despite symptoms of Parkinson’s disease. Photo by Bob Rozycki.

Catskill developers accused of rigging village election BY BILL HELTZEL bheltzel@westfairinc.com

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loomingburg is a bucolic gateway to the Catskills in Sullivan County, but beneath the surface, according to the U.S. Attorney’s office, a cynical scheme was hatched by develop-

ers to take over the local government in the hope of transforming the Sullivan County village into a Hasidic Jewish enclave while making hundreds of millions of dollars. Three real estate developers were arrested on Dec. 15 and charged in U.S. District Court in White Plains with conspiracy to corrupt the electoral process. Shalom Lamm, 57, of Bloomingburg; Kenneth Nakdimen, 64, of Monsey, and Volvy “Zev” Smilowitz, 28, of Monroe, are accused of recruiting outsiders to vote in the village so that they could build the Chestnut Ridge townhouse community unimpeded by public opposition or government oversight. All three pleaded not guilty at their initial appearance in feder-

al court. Bail was set at $200,000 each. The criminal case mirrors a lawsuit filed last year by Bloomingburg and Mamakating, a town that encompasses the village. The municipalities accused Lamm, Nakdimen and associates of racketeering, fraud, bribery, intimidation and voter fraud. U.S. District Court Judge Katherine Forrest dismissed the case for failure to establish a racketeering claim and for filing too late under the statute of limitations. The criminal case also follows a 2014 lawsuit by Chestnut Ridge developers against village and town officials, accusing them of preventing Hasidic Jews from buying houses, establishing a religious » CATSKILLS, page 8


Yonkers sports complex could be $1M annual tourist draw BY ALEESIA FORNI aforni@westfairinc.com

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$25 million sports and event complex to be built atop the Kawasaki Rail Car  factory building in Yonkers is being proposed by the New York City nonprofit  The Armory Foundation. The three-story Yonkers Sports & Event Center would be built up from the roof at 29 Wells Ave., near the city’s downtown waterfront, and include 137,000 square feet of space devoted to year-round sports, recreational use and event space for entertainment. The center would include a 200meter track along with 5,000 seats for meets and a 400-car parking lot. Also planned are basketball courts, fitness studios, classrooms and swing space to host meetings and conventions. The developer is also floating ideas for restaurants and additional event space. The project is expected to create 230 construction jobs and 150 permanent jobs

when the center begins operations. Dr. Norbert W. Sander Jr., founder and president and CEO of The Armory Foundation, said the sports and events center would be an economic boon for the city of Yonkers. The development is expected to generate $1 million in tourism spending and attract 100,000 visitors per year. “Yonkers needs an event center, a convention center, to bring in outside business expos, events, dinners, all of that,” said Sander, a resident of Hastings-on-Hudson. Sander said he envisions the Yonkers Sports & Event Center becoming a draw for residents statewide. “Sports events are a source in modern times of tremendous community activity, more so than ever. If you can get a center like this really working, it’s really a plus for your community,” he said. The Armory aims to start work on the event center next June and construction is expected to take about a year, Sander said. He hopes to open the center in time for the November start of the 2018 track and field season. Sander said  National Resources, a Greenwich-based real estate development

and investment company headed by Joseph Cotter, has agreed to donate the air rights atop the Kawasaki plant to The Armory Foundation to bring the sports complex to Yonkers. Natural Resources owns i.Park Hudson, a 24-acre office and technology campus at the former Otis Elevator Co. complex, which includes the Kawasaki plant. “It’s part of the ongoing progress,” Sander said of securing the air rights. “That’ll be done along with the fundraising. That should be completed in the next month or two.” Requests for comment from Cotter were not returned at press time. The Armory Foundation already manages a similar complex near Columbia University Medical Center in Manhattan’s Washington Heights neighborhood. New Balance Track & Field Center at The Armory hosts more than 100 track and field competitions annually for more than 125,000 athletes and 500,000 visitors. Sander said the center generates between $15 million to $20 million yearly for the community. The complex “has benefited the whole area,” he said. “We’re seeing really positive energy coming and I see this happening in Yonkers. This is going to be a real destination for the city.”

State officials in December awarded The Armory Foundation a $2 million economic development grant for its Yonkers project. “That is a vote of confidence and that gives us legitimacy,” Sander said. “It brings attention to the project and it’s a great start, but we need to build on that.” In a grant announcement, Yonkers Mayor Mike Spano called the project “transformational” for the county and the region. Sander said the project’s next steps include soliciting seed funds so plans for the center can “get off the ground.” The foundation is reaching out to both the public and private sectors to secure funding. The Armory will also apply for another $2 million grant from the state next June, Sander said. “We have to get this done sooner rather than later,” he said. “The first six months are crucial.” Though Sander said the project has received preliminary support from Yonkers city officials and Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo, there is still a long road ahead. A number of impact studies would need to be completed and the project would need final approval from the city. “This will happen if we all want it to happen,” Sander said. “In my mind it’s purely a question of will.”

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Mount Kisco gym helps knock down Parkinson’s symptoms BY ALEESIA FORNI aforni@westfairinc.com

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hen Marcia Hauptman was diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease at the age of 49, she knew that a number of things in her life were bound to change. But thanks to the efforts of a gym in her hometown of Mount Kisco, giving up her love of exercise is not one of them. As she laced up her boxing gloves — pink, of course — before a recent class, she gushed about the benefits of the program  at  Lexington Avenue Gym in the Westchester village. “It’s been wonderful,” she said, her eyes lighting up with a smile. Hauptman, a former aerobics studio owner, is one of more than a dozen members of a class designed specifically for those with Parkinson’s, a  chronic, progressive neurological disease that affects nearly 1 million people in the U.S. The class aims to improve the quality of life of people with the disease through a non contact boxing-based fitness curriculum. The program at the 350 Lexington Ave. gym was spearheaded by its owner, Nina  Preizler. “It’s a workout that any of us would do, but it’s scaled a little bit depending on what their abilities are and the level of the disease,” Preizler said. Though the class puts an emphasis on boxing, it’s not just jabs and punches. During each  hour-and-15-minute session, participants are put through drills involving everything from footwork in the ring to wall pushups and ball slams. “Boxing is the core of it, because it requires the development of agility, coordination, dexterity with both hands and both legs,” said John  Wieland, a trainer at Lexington Avenue Gym. “So everything that boxing requires — a lot of trunk development, core development — or everything you develop as you train to be a boxer is very helpful for Parkinson’s.” Preizler, who was a bilingual Spanish teacher before making a career change and purchasing the gym five years ago, first learned of the positive effects that boxing training could have on Parkinson’s patients after seeing a segment on “CBS Sunday Morning.” The video followed “60 Minutes” correspondent Leslie Stahl as she attended a similar class in New York City with her husband,  writer Aaron Latham, who has Parkinson’s disease. “We saw it and we’re like, ‘Wow, a box-

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Todd, who has referred five patients to Rock Steady classes, said typically “the more mobile patients do better with it, only because they can handle the demands of the class.” The physical improvements patients see are not the only benefits the class offers. “There’s an element of how someone who has severe impairments views self,” she said, adding that a lack of confidence can sometimes accompany the disease. “And then when they’re able to do these moves, it is very liberating. It’s great for their psychological sense of self.” Reception to the classes at Marcia Hauptman, left, a Parkinson’s patient and former aerobics Lexington Avenue Gym has been studio owner, works on her punches with Nina Preizler at Preizler’s Lexington Avenue Gym in Mount Kisco. Photo by Bob Rozycki. strong, Preizler said. Since the gym held its first class in May, the program has grown “quite rapidly,” ing gym? This is a boxing gym, this is the Preizler said. The classes typically see 10 perfect place for it,’” she recalled. participants and the gym also hosts oneIn April, Preizler, along with trainers on-one training for five additional clients. Wieland and Percy Thomas, headed to Participants pay a monthly membership fee Indianapolis to attend a weekend seminar. of $160, which allows them to attend classes The training camp  was hosted by Rock twice a week. Personal training sessions start Steady Boxing, a nonprofit organization at $55 for a half-hour session. The classes are formed in 2006 that teaches people about typically not covered by insurance. Parkinson’s disease and instructs them “There’s a camaraderie of the class,” on conducting their own classes. Training Wieland said. “They come here and they included classroom work, hands-on see eight, nine, 10 other people dealing instruction  and an informational session with the same thing and that also have a with a doctor. proactive spirit. They want to do something “We fell in love with the whole idea of about it. They want to attack it.” it,” Preizler said. Wieland said many who are diagDuring the intensive twonosed with the disease initially give up day  camp, Preizler said she went many activities they enjoy and are prone through a variety of emotions. to both physical and emotional detriments. “I’m thinking, can I even do this? How am “The class is a nice support system,” Preizler I even going to work this out? But we’re added. doing it. It’s working out really well.” Clients — both men and women — range Participants have discovered the in age from 50 to 80 and are in various program at Lexington Avenue Gym stages of the disease. During the course of a through online searches, Facebook posts single day, Wieland said he had one-on-one and referrals from physical therapists. sessions with patients at the opposite end of Sarah Todd,  manager of outpatient the spectrum: a recently diagnosed woman rehabilitation at Northern Westchester whom “nobody would have guessed” had Hospital Rehab and Ambulatory Care in Parkinson’s to a man who was confined to Chappaqua, is one such physical therapist a wheelchair. who has referred patients to the program. “I don’t want to make it seem as if I don’t “Parkinson’s is a disease that tends to make value what I do when I train other people, movements stiff, more difficult, slow and but it’s the most fulfilling work I’ve done as a unstable, so boxing counteracts that,” she said. trainer,” Wieland said. “I became a trainer Because  studies have proven that because I wanted to do more meaningful intense exercise can help in the managework and I definitely believe I’m doing ment of Parkinson’s symptoms, Todd said that, and this is like the next level up. This many with the disease look to various forms is really affecting people in a much more of exercise, from swimming to cycling, to profound way.” help improve their balance, tremors, flexiThough the program is in its early stagbility and coordination. es, Wieland said he has already seen marked “In general, exercise is really a big comimprovement in the gym’s clients, from ponent of keeping them functional,” she increased strength to a rise in confidence. said, adding that increased strength and “One guy told me that it’s very hard for improved stability are just some of the proParkinson’s patients to smile physically, but gram’s benefits. “Rock Steady encompasses a he told me, ‘I’m smiling on the inside right lot of those fundamentals of exercise that are now,’” Wieland said. in part beneficial to those with Parkinson’s.” WCBJ

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EQUILIBRIUM BREWERY OPENS MIDDLETOWN FACILITY CRAFT BREWER EQUILIBRIUM BREWERY RECENTLY was joined by the Mid-Hudson Regional Economic Development Council to cut the ribbon on Equilibrium’s new facility in a former meat-packing plant in Middletown, New York. The brewery, expected to open to the public in early 2017, will feature a tasting room and a restaurant, though Equilibrium Brewery will focus mainly on producing beers for distribution. Equilibrium beers are available in craft beverage stores and bars in Long Island, New York City, the mid-Hudson region and the Capital District. The brewery was named a priority project by the economic development council in 2014. To encourage the brewery to launch its manufacturing operations in New York state, the council awarded it a $204,000 capital grant. Equilibrium Brewery founder and CEO Ricardo Petroni said the council supported the company’s initiative from its inception and provided the push to make the project a reality. “Downtown Middletown is a perfect match for us,” Petroni said. “It was clear from the start how the brewery could work synergistically with the ongoing revitalization efforts in a beneficial way.” Equilibrium will create seven jobs and has invested more than $1 million to acquire, rehabilitate and outfit its building with the necessary brewing and packaging equipment. “The Equilibrium Brewery revived a vacant building to make great local beer in downtown Middletown, bringing economic activity back to this vital urban center,” said council co-chair Dennis Murray, president emeritus at Marist College. “Thanks to Governor Cuomo’s Regional Council Initiative, local communities are able to steer their economic development in directions that benefit their own goals and aspirations.” Council co-chair Leonard S. Schleifer, president and CEO of Regeneron Pharmaceuticals, said supporting the brewery was an easy decision for the economic development council “because it fit so well with our goal of developing downtowns as places to live, work and play.”

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has committed to a 22,968-square-foot industrial/warehouse lease at 4 Omega Center in Stamford’s River Bend Center complex. The company will relocate its manufacturing facilities to the space from its operations at 180 Harvard Ave. Jonathan Turner of River Bend Center represented the ownership in the lease negotiations while Michael Nelson of CBRE Group represented the tenant. “Dano Enterprises has been a longtime Stamford area tenant and after the acquisition of additional equipment required more space that could accommodate a 100-foot assembly line, high ceilings of up to 28 feet and an abundance of electrical power,” Nelson said. “Working closely with Dano, we were able to pinpoint 4 Omega Drive as the ideal location, given that the property previously housed a manufacturing facility with similar characteristics.”

MARKET HOSPITALITY GROUP, WHICH OPERATES Market Place Kitchen & Bar restaurants, has signed a lease at the new Village at Lexington Gardens development at 32 Church Hill Road in Newtown, Connecticut. The 3,500-square-foot space, expected to open in July 2017, joins other editions of the New American/farm-to-table restaurant in Danbury, Woodbury and Mount Snow in Vermont. Another Market Place is scheduled to open in Avon in February. The Newtown and Avon deals were closed by brokers Ryan Stranko and Tyler Lyman at Stamford-based commercial real estate company RHYS on behalf of Market Place. Doug Rose of Coldwell Banker Scalzo Group represented the landlord, Mesa General Contractors. —Aleesia Forni, Phil Hall, Kevin Zimmerman

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Wegmans expects 500 jobs at new Harrison store BY RYAN DEFFENBAUGH rdedffenbaugh@westfairinc.com

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$30 million Wegmans grocery store proposed in Harrison would bring up to 500 jobs at the location, officials with the project told the Harrison Planning Board on Dec. 20. Representatives from Wegmans Food Markets Inc., Normandy Real Estate Partners LLC and the group’s legal representation, McCullough, Goldberger & Staudt LLP, presented plans for the store proposed for the town’s Platinum Mile. Wegmans has a purchase agreement for three of Normandy’s office buildings at 106, 108 and 110 Corporate Park Drive. The Rochester-based grocery chain operator’s proposal is to knock down the nearly vacant buildings on the 2-acre plot of land and build a 125,000-square-foot, two-story grocery store with a cafe with 736 parking spaces, plus an additional 8,000-square-foot separate retail building. Kim Goergen, project manager at Wegmans, told the planning board that

Wegmans locations often have as many as 100 employees working at any time. “We want to make sure that all of our customers are served very well,” Goergen said. Wegmans hires about 400 to 500 employees with each store opening, Goergen said. That includes 180 full-time positions, as well as full-time salaried positions such as store managers, department managers and pharmacists. Construction of the store would likely create about 200 jobs as well, she said. The investment in the property is about  $30 million, though she cautioned that might be conservative. Clicking through slides showing photos of other Wegmans locations in the past, Goergen showed  one photo of a pub at a Wegmans store. She said stores have included pubs, Italian restaurants and burger bars. “It’s really just feeling for the demographics and what our folks feel will be best for that store,” Goergen said. In presenting a history of the company, Goergen said Wegmans is family operated

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and celebrated its 100th year in operation this year. CEO Danny Wegman, along with his daughters, Colleen Wegman, the company’s president, and Nicole Wegman, senior vice president, represent the third and fourth generation of the family involved in the business. Last year, Wegmans was named the best supermarket in the country by Yonkersbased Consumer Reports. The grocery chain has 92 stores total, 46 in New York, 17 in Pennsylvania, seven in New Jersey, 10 in Virginia, eight in Maryland, and four in Massachusetts. There are more stores on the way in the tri state region, including at the Navy Yard development in Brooklyn and two more in New Jersey. The company opens about three to four stores per year, Goergen said. The Wegmans site plan includes a special-use exemption and slope permit application required for the project. In a news release, Wegmans said it has no current timetable for when the project would be built. The zoning for the “teardrop” area in Harrison that Wegmans plans to build in, which is bounded by Interstate 287, the Hutchinson River Parkway and I-684, was rezoned earlier this year to allow a residential project down the street from the proposed Wegmans site on Corporate Park

Drive. That project, a 421-unit residential building developed in a joint venture of the owner, Normandy, and Pennsylvaniabased luxury home developer Toll Brothers, will replace two office buildings at 103 and 105 Corporate Park Drive that will be torn down when construction starts early next year. The three buildings on the lot add up to about 265,000 square feet total and are about 2 percent occupied, according to Seth Mandelbaum, an attorney with McCullough, Goldberger & Staudt. A daycare center, EastRidge Enrichment Center, near the three office buildings would remain, as well as its parking lot, according to plans filed by the development team. The 125,000-square-foot store for the Harrison location would make it about average for a Wegmans location. The chain’s stores range between 75,000 square feet and 140,000 square feet, according to the company. Construction would require the entrance to the building on Corporate Park Drive be converted to a roundabout. Officials with the project said the road would not be connected with Manhattanville Road on the other side of the building. The Harrison Planning Board named itself lead agency in the review and scheduled a public hearing for January.


PCSB Bank will convert to stock savings bank PCSB BANK WILL CONVERT FROM a mutual savings bank to a stock savings bank, the company in Yorktown Heights announced recently. Bank officials said its board of trustees has unanimously approved a conversion plan that makes the state-chartered PCSB Bank a wholly owned subsidiary of a new bank holding corporation, PCSB Financial Corp. The new company will offer shares of common stock for sale to eligible depositors of PCSB Bank and other persons in a nontransferable subscription offering. PCSB officials said the amount of common stock to be offered for sale will be determined by an independent appraisal. Any shares of common stock still unsold after the completion of the subscription offering may be sold in a community offering, syndicated community offering or a firm commitment offering. With the conversion, said PCSB officials, a charitable foundation will be established that is funded with shares of common stock of PCSB Financial Corp. and cash. It will be dedicated to supporting charitable causes and community development activities in the communities in which PCSB Bank operates. Founded in 1871 in Brewster as Putnam County Savings Bank, the mutual savings institution in 2015 changed its name and relocated its headquarters to Northern Westchester Executive Park in Yorktown Heights following its $25.4 million acquisition of CMS Bancorp Inc. in White Plains and entry into the Westchester market. PCSB operates 15 branch offices in Dutchess, Putnam, Rockland and Westchester counties. As of Sept. 30, the bank reported consolidated total assets of $1.3 billion, total deposits of $1.1 billion and total equity of $111.5 million. The conversion plan is subject to regulatory approval by the state Department of Financial Services, Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. and the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System, as well as the approval of PCSB Bank depositors. PCSB Bank officials said a prospectus or proxy statement providing details of the conversion and stock offering is expected to be sent to bank depositors in the first quarter of 2017.

Priceline promotes Glenn Fogel to CEO GLENN FOGEL, THE PRICELINE GROUP’S head of strategy, has been named CEO, effective Jan. 1. Fogel replaces Jeffrey Boyd, who became the Norwalk-based travel website operator’s interim CEO after Darren Huston’s resignation in April. Boyd will assume the role of executive chairman of the board of directors. A 16-year veteran of The Priceline

Group, Fogel has served as head of strategy and planning since 2010, and executive vice president of corporate development since 2009. During his time at the company, Fogel has been responsible for global corporate strategy, worldwide mergers and acquisitions, business development initiatives and strategic alliances, helping lead the company during a long period of sustained global growth.

The corporate development team that previously reported to Fogel will now report to CFO Dan Finnegan. Huston’s resignation followed the company’s investigation into a personal relationship he had with another employee. The company did not make public full details of the matter. —Kevin Zimmerman

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school, setting up a place for ritual baths and operating businesses. The case was settled in October and the village and town, according to The New York Times, agreed to pay $2.9 million to a company linked to Lamm. The developers began buying land around Bloomingburg in 2006. Originally, they proposed building a 125-unit, “second home” townhouse community and a golf course. After the village rezoned the property to allow denser development, the developers submitted plans that more than tripled the housing to 396 units and eliminated the golf course. The larger project was approved by village officials in 2009. The federal indictment says the developers had plans for numerous projects that would accommodate thousands of families. Bloomingburg was chosen, pros-

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she offered pro bono services to clients of the domestic violence program Sanctuary for Families. She later joined the RAE (Rights, Advocacy and Empowerment) Law Group, a private nonprofit law practice in Connecticut dedicated to providing legal assistance to domestic and sexual violence victims. Pioneering the legal incubator model in Bridgeport, “I think it will give the lowand moderate-income community a real chance in getting their legal needs met and ending their cycles in abuse and poverty,” Ferrante said. “This is a relatively new model that started in 2007. There are over 60 legal incubator programs nationwide as well as programs popping up in other countries. When I saw this was happening here, I was excited about getting involved and lending a hand.” Ferrante is also working with Connecticut law schools to help build the center’s legal apparatus. “We have several professors from Quinnipiac University on our steering committee and they helped set up the parameters of our program,” she said, adding that a pair of graduates from Quinnipiac and the University of Connecticut are slated to join the legal incubator next year. Lawyers in the incubator program will provide the legal advices services and representation needed by victims of domestic violence, including  restraining orders, divorce proceedings, child custody and

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ecutors said, because the village’s small population of about 420 people “made its local government vulnerable to being taken over.” In 2013, Lamm circulated a confidential executive summary to investors that said the developers had worked in complete secrecy for seven years to get the first project approved, according to the indictment. Occupancy of Chestnut Ridge would allow them to “effectively control the local government, its zoning and ordinances.” By December 2013, Chestnut Ridge was under construction but local opposition was growing. “It’s no more Mr. Nice Guy time,” Nakdimen allegedly said after the village planning board rejected measures proposed by the developers. “We need to win this election now more than ever and replace the entire planning board,” he said, referring to a March 2014 election for mayor and other positions.

support, housing and immigration issues. One attorney joining the legal incubator in January is Larissa Johnson, a Haddambased lawyer and 2008 graduate of the University of Connecticut School of Law, who learned of the opportunity through a posting at Idealist.org. “I am looking forward to working with their clientele and addressing their legal needs,” Johnson said, adding that she appreciated the center’s role in helping her establish her own practice. “There are not a lot of support systems out there and having a fellow attorney to reach out and ask for advice and support is very important.” Planning for the legal incubator has been ongoing since 2009, and the Center for Family Justice raised more than $5 million through government funding and private donations to finance the endeavor. For the center, the influx of new attorneys to assist violence victims could not have come at a better time. “At the Golden Hill Courthouse (in Bridgeport) on the criminal side, they saw 2,500 victims in the last fiscal year,” said Angela Schlingheyde, the center’s director of civil legal and court advocacy services. “It is not that there is more domestic violence. It is that more people are realizing that services are available to them and are coming forward. It is still grossly underreported, as is sexual violence and child abuse.” “Our civil legal program is still very young,” Schlingheyde said. “I came in 2015 to start it. Although we’ve made strides, we are far from being able to assist every client in need with the depth of legal assistance that they need.” WCBJ

The government says the developers set a goal of registering 150 voters. They recruited individuals who did not live in the village, had never set foot there and did not intend to live there. They also are accused of offering people $500 and rentfree housing to register with the Sullivan County Board of Elections. The indictment says the defendants took steps to disguise their scheme. They backdated lease agreements to make it look as though voter registrants lived in the village for at least 30 days before the election. They placed personal items in apartments, such as toothbrushes and toothpaste. They arranged with a local bank to open accounts, created postal changes of address and picked up mail at the registered voters’ apartments every two days. Lamm allegedly gave an associate a $31,000 check for his efforts in the scheme. But candidates supported by the defendants did not win in the village’s

March 2014 election. Manhattan defense attorneys Larry Krantz and Gordon Mehler said in a written statement that Lamm is eager to defend himself against an unfounded charge and that they intend to fight the charge vigorously at trial. “The charges are unfair and unwarranted,” attorney Justine Harris wrote on behalf of Smilowitz, who “looks forward to his day in court.” The offenses carry a maximum penalty of five years in prison and a $250,000 fine. U.S. Attorney Preet Bharara also charged Harold Baird, 60, a former town supervisor in Mamakating, with conspiracy to submit false voter registrations. Baird did not live in Bloomingburg but he registered twice to vote there and ran for a village trustee position in the 2014 election. Baird pleaded guilty on Dec. 12. Sentencing is scheduled for June 22.

From left, Jennifer Ferrante, legal incubator coordinator; Angela Schlingheyde, director of civil legal and court advocacy services; and President and CEO Debra Greenwood at the Center for Family Justice in Bridgeport.

Although the Center for Family Justice is focused on serving six Fairfield County municipalities — Bridgeport, Easton, Fairfield, Monroe, Stratford and Trumbull — it also welcomes those seeking help from elsewhere in the state. Debra Greenwood, center president and CEO, noted that while the addition of the legal incubator will help violence victims in their pursuit of justice, it will also complement ongoing efforts to ensure that victims can move forward with their lives with a new level of economic self-sufficiency. “They will continue to keep going through the system if they are not able to find a job or write a resume,” she said. “We want them to be able to feed themselves

and their children and to consider what the future will hold. Otherwise, they will go back to the same abusive relationship.” Greenwood credited corporate philanthropic support from Verizon and volunteer input from business professionals in the community — including job placement officers — with helping residents aided by the Center for Family Justice to become productive members of the workforce. “If we don’t do our job in making sure someone can survive on their own, they could become homeless again,” she said. “We know that 92 percent of individuals that get out of abusive situations become homeless — that’s a national statistic.”


Former lumber executive sentenced in kickback scheme BY BILL HELTZEL bheltzel@westfairinc.com

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former lumber company executive was sentenced to 50 months in prison on Dec. 15 in U.S. District Court, White Plains, for his involvement in a kickback scheme at a housing project in Ulster County. A jury found Robert Lees, 62, of Lititz, Pennsylvania, guilty of conspiracy, mail fraud, money laundering and making false statements in a loan application, after a seven-day trial in May. In 2009, real estate developer Michael Barnett hired JK Scanlan Co. as general contractor on the approximately $46 million Vineyard Commons senior housing project in Highland. Scanlan hired Shawnlee Construction LLC, a subsidiary of Universal Forest Products where Lees worked, as a subcontractor responsible for framing and rough carpentry. Lees agreed to prepare a bid that included an extra $865,000 that would be returned to Barnett as a kickback. In essence, according to the government, the mortgage lender would unwittingly finance the kickback when it disbursed payments. The inflated bid was also submitted to the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development to insure the financing. Every month, from July 2009 to January 2012, the mortgage company disbursed HUD-insured funds to the contractor. Universal set aside the “extra” portion of its payments in a separate account, the government says, and in January 2010 the company made a partial kickback payment of $200,000 to Barnett. Later that year Barnett asked Universal for a $5 million loan, the government said, and offered to surrender the remainder of his kickback to the company. With Lees’ encouragement, Universal issued the loan to Barnett. The Vineyard Commons project eventually defaulted on the HUD-insured loan. HUD took over the loan, sold the project and lost $28 million. The U.S. Attorney’s Office said in a sentencing memorandum that the court should sentence Lees to a “very significant imprisonment.” It recommended a term from 11 years and three months to 14 years. That range reflects Lees’ role in a

sophisticated fraud, the government said, and “his decision to take the stand and lie profusely about his criminal activities.” Lees’ attorney, Eric Creizman, wrote to the judge that the government’s recommendation was draconian. The government, he said, “seeks to make an example and inflict unduly

harsh consequences on a 62-year-old, non violent first offender who made no money from the scheme at issue (and) lost the career he built through honest and hard work for close to 40 years.” U.S. District Court Judge Kenneth Karas sentenced Lees to four years and two months. He also ordered Lees to for-

feit $865,000 in ill-gotten gains and pay $865,000 in restitution. Barnett pleaded guilty in January to conspiracy, and in October Karas sentenced him to 37 months in prison. Kevin DiCello, another Universal executive, has pleaded guilty to several charges and will be sentenced on Jan. 19.

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Women-owned Businesses

Fairfield County

FAIRFIELD COUNTY

Listed alphabetically. Owner Email address

Alloy Engineering Co. Inc.

Kris Lorch engineer@thermowells.com 1958

Industrial thermowell manufacturer

Amsterdam Hotel

Nancy Steinegger sales@stamfordamsterdam.com NA

Hotel

Aurora Products Inc.

Stephanie V. Blackwell ANatural@auroraproduct.com 1998

Organic food products

Balancing Act Financials LLC

Anne Mochulsky, Aimee Roden anne@balancingactfinancials.com 2010

Bookkeeping and accounting firm

BCM Media

Brenda McKenna bmckenna@bmcmedia.biz 2013

Media planning and buying agency

Benay Enterprises Inc.

Dawn Reshen-Doty info@benayei.com 1986 Sarah Bouissou, co-owner sarah@bernardsridgefield.com NA

304 Seaview Ave., Bridgeport 06607 366-5253 • thermowells.com

19 Clark's Hill Ave., Stamford 06902 327-4300 • stamfordamsterdam.com 205 Edison Road, Orange 06477 375-9956 • auroraproduct.com 1074 Hope St., Suite 203, Stamford 06907 548-0223 • balancingactfinancials.com

30 Old Kings Highway South, Suite 211, Darien 06820 202-2139 • bcmmedia.biz

30 Main St., Suite 303, Danbury 06810 744-6010 • benay.com

Bernard's | Sarah's Wine Bar

20 West Lane, Ridgefield 06877 438-8282 • bernardsridgefield.com

BMW of Darien

Administrative and bookkeeping services

Restaurant and wine bar

Paula Callari NA

Car dealership

Boxcar Cantina

Nancy Allen Roper info@boxcarcantina.com 1994

Restaurant

Cabbages & Kings Catering

Sarah Gross contact@cabbagesandkingscatering.com NA

Caterer

Carousel Preschool Day Nursery

Joyce Abate carouselkids1234@aol.com 1977

Day care servicing more than 120, ages six weeks through five years

Tara Glennon NA

Pediatric therapy offering play-based and child-directed therapies

328 Pemberwick Road, Greenwich 06831 • 531-5514 1435 Post Road, Fairfield 06825 255-1210 • centroristorante.com

Susan Dederick NA

Restaurant

Cheryl Lechok Communications LLC

Cheryl Lechok clechok@optonline.net NA

Marketing and communications consultant for health care, life sciences and technology organizations

Church Hill Classics

Lucie Voves info@diplomaframe.com 1991

Diploma frames

Club Newfit

Penny Tavar NA 2007

Health and fitness club

Co-Communications Inc. *

Stacey Cohen stacey@cocommunications.com 1997

Public relations and marketing

Connect Computer Corporation  

Lynn Souza LSouza@ConnectComputer.com 1985

Internet technology solutions for companies of all sizes

Cucina Casalinga

Sally Maraventano info@cucinacasalinga.com NA

Home-based Italian cooking school

Didona Associates Landscape Architects

Jane Didona didona@didonaassociates.com NA

Landscape architect

140 Ledge Road, Darien 06820 855-984-9577 • bmwdarien.com 44 Old Field Point Road, Greenwich 06830 661-4774 • boxcarcantina.com

34 Franklin St., Westport 06880 226-0531 • cabbagesandkingscatering.com 25 France St., Norwalk 06851 847-1276 • carouselpreschool.com

Center for Pediatric Therapy

1300 Post Road, Suite 204, Fairfield 06824 • 255-3669 Harvest Park Building No. 2 101 North Plains Industrial Road, Wallingford 06492 949-9337 • centerforpediatrictherapy.com

Centro Ristorante & Bar

30 Glen Terrace, Stamford 06906 961-9280

594 Pepper St., Monroe 06468 800-477-9005 • diplomaframe.com 23 Commerce Road, Newtown 06470 426-8591 • newfit.com 2 Farmington Park Drive, Farmington 06032 860-676-4400 • cocommunications.com 338 Commerce Drive, Fairfield 06825 333-4444 • connectcomputer.com/

171 Drum Road, Wilton 06897 762-0768 • cucinacasalinga.com 70 North St., Suite 301, Danbury 06810 778-1840 • didonaassociates.com

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BUSINESS BRIEFLY JOURNALS

BRIDGEPORT RELAUNCHES DOWN PAYMENT ASSISTANCE IN AN EFFORT TO INCREASE homeownership among low- and moderate-income residents, the Bridgeport municipal government has teamed with the nonprofit Bridgeport Neighborhood Trust and Key Bank to reboot the city’s Down Payment Assistance Program. Under the program, qualified borrowers can receive a grant of up to $15,000 toward down payment and/or closing costs for buying a new home in Bridgeport, provided that they can put down at least 1 percent of the purchase price of the new home and agree to other program conditions. Those include the promise to live in the home for at least five years and confirmation that the property purchase value cannot exceed 95 percent of Bridgeport’s median purchase price for a single-family home. Potential homeowners must also have a written pre-approval or an approved fixed rate mortgage from an approved mortgage lender in order to qualify for the grant funds. In an earlier version of the program, borrowers would only receive a grant of up to $10,000 if they made a 2 percent down payment. Bridgeport Neighborhood Trust  will administer the relaunched program.

“I want residents of Bridgeport and other communities to know – we want you to buy in Bridgeport, and make the Park City your permanent home,” said Mayor Joe Ganim at a ceremony announcing the program’s relaunch. “We have wonderful houses in this city, very affordable options in great neighborhoods. This is a wonderful way to help residents who want to build their lives here.”

DANBURY SECURITY AND SURVEILLANCE COMPANY ACQUIRED COMMUNICATION NETWORKS LLC, ALSO KNOWN as ComNet, of Danbury has been acquired by Access Control Related Enterprises LLC (ACRE), a New London-based portfolio company of the private equity firm LLR Partners in Philadelphia. Terms of the transaction were not disclosed by Southport boutique investment bank Carter Morse & Mathias, which acted as ComNet’s exclusive financial advisor and announced the deal. ComNet manufactures and distributes fiber optic, copper and wireless video and data transmission equipment designed to meet the needs of security and surveillance in the intelligent transportation systems, utility and industrial markets. The company, which also has operations in Leeds, U.K., was founded in 2008. Founded in 2012, ACRE seeks to acquire,

partner or invest with specialized players in the electronic security manufacturing industry that are emphasizing the ongoing transition to more open platform systems.

GORDON NEW CEO OF FOOD BANK FOR WESTCHESTER FOOD BANK FOR WESTCHESTER HAS named Leslie B. Gordon as its new president and CEO. She is scheduled to take over the role on Jan. 17. Gordon succeeds Ellen Lynch, who announced in September that she was stepping down from the post. “Leslie Gordon brings to Food Bank for Westchester a wealth of leadership experience and expertise to help us in our ongoing efforts to eradicate hunger in the county,” said Maria Bronzi, board chair of the Elmsford-based organization.  “We are thrilled to have her on board as our new president and CEO.” Gordon previously worked as senior director  of  program strategy and operations for New York City-based City Harvest, which collects nutritious food that would otherwise go to waste and delivers it to soup kitchens, food pantries and other community food programs in the city’s five boroughs. “I am truly honored to have the opportunity to lead one of the region’s most admired organizations fighting hunger,” said  Gordon, a Tarrytown resident and

SUNY New Paltz graduate. “I look forward to working with everyone on the Food Bank team — from our outstanding board and dedicated staff and volunteers to our community agencies and donors — to continue the mission of creating a hunger-free environment in Westchester.”

TAX ATTORNEY CHARGED WITH PERSONAL INCOME TAX FRAUD A CHAPPAQUA ATTORNEY WHO WORKS as a CPA and tax partner for a prestigious Manhattan accounting firm was arrested on Dec. 9 and accused of not paying $86,457 in New York state taxes. William J. O’Hagan, 56, pleaded not guilty in Albany City Court to criminal tax fraud and failure to file personal income tax returns in a timely manner for 2010 to 2012. In July, the Internal Revenue Service assessed O’Hagan and his wife $730,734 for unpaid taxes from 2009 to 2014. Previously, they had repaid $289,986 in income taxes for 2008 and 2010, according to federal tax liens. O’Hagan assists corporate clients in tax planning and structuring as a partner at PricewaterhouseCoopers, according to an alumni profile on Fordham University’s website. He is on the executive committee of the Gabelli School of Business advisory board. —Phil Hall, Kevin Zimmerman, Ryan Deffenbaugh, Bill Heltzel

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Fairfield CountyFAIRFIELD

Women-owned Businesses

Listed alphabetically. Name Address Area code: 203, unless otherwise noted Website

Owner Email address

DPZ on West Salon and Day Spa

Dawn Blom 1997

Day spa

Lori Dodd lori@dreamdayspa.com NA

Day spa

Elms Inn Inc.

Violet Scala support@elmsinn.com 1799

Bed and breakfast

E.R. Becker Company Inc.

Ellie Becker ellie@erbecker.com 2007

Inbound marketing

eRichards Consulting

Doreen F. Gebbia, president dfgebbia@e-richards.com NA

Technology, consulting and staffing firm

Escape Salon & Boutique

Maria Rodrigues customercare@escape.com NA

Beauty salon and boutique

Fairfield Marketing Group

Pam Johnson info@fairfieldmarketing.com 1986

Direct-mail solutons provider for small and large businesses

Freudigman & Billings LLC

Kimberly A. Freudigman, co-founder info@freudigman.com 2004

Tutoring service, including standardized test preparation, college advising, writing skills, educational and private school consulting and educational and subject tutoring

Hensal Realty

Betty Hensal, co-owner betty@hensalrealty.com NA

Real estate broker

Impact Personnel Inc.

Maryann Donovan maryann@imactpersonnel.com 1989

Recruiting firm for temporary, temp-to-hire and full-time positions in the fields of sales, marketing, human resources and administrative

Donna Shea 1986

Exhibits, event and branded environment production company

Julia L. Walters julia@jldesignassociates.com 2002

Interior architecture, planning and design

Judith Heft judy@judithheft.com NA

Financial concierge

The Katie Fong Boutique

Katie Fong sales@katiefong.com 2015

Fashion boutique offering custom designed and made-to-measure apparel

Kate Spain LLC

Kate Spain info@katespain.com 2008

Original art, design and products for the home

Eileen Lanphier NA

Day spa and salon

The Lilypad Group LLC

Ann Buivid anne.buivid@gmail.com 2010

Marketing and branding, strategic specialty sales

Loree's Kitchen

Loree Ogan loree@lorees.com 1981

Caterer

Mackey & Guasco Staffing

Maureen Mackey, partner maureen@mackeyandguasco.com 2002

Direct-hire, human resources contrat and temporary recruiting firm

81 West St., Danbury 06810 794-1113 • thedpz.com

Dream Spa LLC

1220 Post Road East, Westport 06880 • 454-3454 151 Greenwich Ave., Greenwich 06830 • 629-2525 dreamdayspa.com/contact 500 Main St., Ridgefield 06877 438-2541 • elmsinn.com

16 Betts Place, Norwalk 06855 852-8077 • erbeckercompany.com

4 Corporate Park Drive, Suite 390, Shelton 06484 944-0816 • e-richards.com

232 Greenwood Ave., Bethel 06801 798-9882 • escapect.com

830 Sport Hill Road, Easton 06612 261-5855, ext. 202 • fairfieldmarketing.com

1720 Post Road East, Westport 06880 226-8166 • freudigman.com

487 Federal Road, Brookfield 06804 775-4561 • hensalrealty.com

1698 Post Road East, Westport 06680 866-2444 • impactpersonnel.com

Innovative Display & Design

1452 Barnum Ave., Bridgeport 06610 335-0633 • innov-8.com

JL Design Associates

Monroe, 06468 515-8680 • jldesignassociates.com

Judith Heft & Associates LLC

1177 Summer St., Stamford 06905 • 978-1858 15 E. Putnam, No. 122, Greenwich 06830 978-1858 • 978-1858 judithheft.com

60 Lewis St., Greenwich 06830 717-1660 • katiefong.com

280 Grovers Ave., Bridgeport 06605 212-6238 • katespain.com

Lanphier Day Spa & Salon

20 West Ave., Darien 06820 656-4444 • lanphierdayspa.com

767 Post Road, Darien 06820 856-9132 • thelilypadgroup.com

4 Elizabeth St. Bethel 06801 748-0852 • lorees.com

2425 Post Road, Suite 206, Southport 06890 655-1166 • mackeyandguasco.com

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FAIRFIELD Fairfield CountyCOUNTY

Women-owned Businesses

Listed alphabetically. Name Address Area code: 203, unless otherwise noted Website

Marianne Wilson's Complete Catering

Owner Email address

Description

Marianne Wilson NA

Caterer

Marta's Vineyard Canine Resort

Pam Williams martasvineyard@aol.com NA

Animal daycare for cats and dogs, servicing pets for boarding, doggie daycare and grooming

Martin, DeCruze & Company LLP

Kathleen M. DeCruze, partner kdecruze@mdcocpa.com 1979

Accounting firm

My Place Pizza & Restaurant

Louise Tambascio mark@myplacepizza.com 1979

Restaurant

Napa & Co.

Mary Schaffer info@napaandcompany.com 2006

Restaurant

Nest of Southport

Elizabeth Santa esanta@nestofsouthport.com NA

Interior design, upholstery, windows

New Fairfield Bright Beginnings

Mary Arnold mary@nfbrightbeginnings.com 1980

Day care service

Nielsen's Florist Garden Shop

Sandra Nielsen-Baumann nielsen@nielsensflorist.com NA

Florist

Office Organizer Pro

Cathleen Lindstrom officeorganizerpro@gmail.com NA

Small-business operations consultant

Pellicci's Restaurant

Toni Lupinacci tonilupinacci@hotmail.com 1947

Restaurant

Picture That LLC

Valerie A. Cooper vcooper@picture-that.com 2002

Provides a full range of fine art consulting services to Fortune 500 companies, health care and academic institutions

Rader & Summa LLC

Theresa Matthews radersumma@sbcglobal.net NA

Tax consultation and business services

Saugatuck Commercial Real Estate LLC

Penny W. Wickey pwickey@saugatuckcommercial.com 2004

Full service, commercial real estate brokerage firm representing tenants, landlords, developers, owners, investors, as well as buyers and sellers

Elizabeth Ball 1975

Marketing and design firm

Valerie Wilson Travel Inc.

Valerie Wilson, Jennifer Wilson Buttigieg and Kimberly Wilson Wetty harleyr@vwti.com 1981

Travel management service for business and personal travel, ranging from industries, including fashion, finance, publishing and pharmaceuticals

Wagner Web Designs Inc.

Andrea Wagner andrea@wagnerwebdesigns.com 2007

Custom web design services specializing in small business, providing design and development, updates and web maintenance, hosting and email, logo design and digital marketing

Wise Learning Specialized Tutoring Center

Michele Isenberg info@wiselearningcenters.com NA

Specialized tutoring

Women's Business Development Council

Fran Pastore, CEO and founder info@ctwbdc.org 1986

Entrepreneurial and financial training

47 Freshwater Lane, Wilton 06897 762-9147 • 762-7741 • wiltoncateringservices.com

519 Federal Road, Brookfield 06804 775-4404 • martasvineyard.com

2777 Summer St., Fourth floor, Stamford 06905 327-7151 • mdcocpa.com

8 Queen St., Newtown 06470 270-7061 • myplacepizza.com

75 Broad St., Stamford 06907 353-3319 • napaandcompany.com

362 Pequot Ave., Southport 06890 255-1734 • nestofsouthport.com

74 Route 37, New Fairfield 06812 746-5994 • nfbrightbeginnings.com

1405 Post Road, Darien 06820 655-2541 • nielsensflorist.com

P.O. Box 4075, Monroe 06468 261-4260

96 Stillwater Ave., Stamford 06902 323-2542 • pelliccis.com

1266 E. Main St., Suite 700R, Stamford 06902 977-8203 • picturethatart.com

57 North St., Suite 209, Darien 06810 748-2773 • raderandsumma.com

9 Burr Road, Westport 06680 222-4190 • saugatuckcommercial.com

TFI Envision Inc.

111 Westport Ave., Norwalk 06851 845-0700 • tfienvision.com 1455 E. Putnam Ave., Old Greenwich 06870 39 Locust Ave., Suite 202, New Canaan 06840 914-701-3200 • valeriewilsontravel.squarespace.com

Danbury 06810 245-2626 • wagnerwebdesigners.com

898 Ethan Allen Highway, No. 4, Ridgefield 06877 403-3546 • wiselearningcenters.com

184 Bedford St., Suite 201, Stamford 06901 353-1750 • ctwbdc.org

This list is a sampling of women-owned businesses located in the region. If you would like to include your business in our next list, please contact Danielle Renda at drenda@westfairinc.com.

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BY ANDI GRAY

Reaching for more, with confidence A wise person once told me that the fear of rejection is something that some people internalize — when you can let go of that fear it’s empowering; if you don’t get there it holds you back. I want to empower my people, encourage them to do more. I know I have to hold people accountable and challenge them to do more so they can earn more. How do I do that without causing them to fear? THOUGHTS OF THE DAY: It’s all about approval and a secure sense of belonging. Make sure you and your employees are clear about what’s expected. Help each employee to visualize success. Reassure your people that you will stand behind them one way or another, until they get to the other side of the problem. A strong sense of well-being has to

come from within, but it can be bolstered from the outside. Make it clear that any challenge to do more is an opportunity. Talk about how the challenge to reach for more is based on your confidence in the individual that comes from his or her past successes. Start and end by reinforcing with each employee how you’ve seen them succeed before and as a result you can see them succeeding with this new challenge. Set out specific ground rules — what is to be attempted, in what time frame, and what should result. Talk about how the “gut feeling” of anxiety can creep in when facing new challenges — and how that’s adrenaline fueling up to support the body’s fight or flight response. Encourage your employees to productively channel an adrenaline rush by taking action to move forward, rather than by getting stuck fighting to keep things the same. Understand that a rush of adrenaline can also cause irritability and restlessness, nervousness and jitters and low blood sugar. Encourage your employees to get

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Owner Email address

AAA Emergency Supply Co. Inc.

Patricia Manfredi info@aaaemergency.com 1963

Fire protection equipment

Abigail Kirsch *

Abigail Kirsch NA Early 2000s

Caterer

Allan M. Block Agency Inc.

JoAnne Murray jmurray@allanblockinsurance.com 1959

Personal and business insurance agency

American Gymnastics

Diana Marino amerigym@aol.com 1991

Traditional nursery school and instructional gymnastics

An American Bistro

Denise Horton americanbistro@optonline.net 1992

Restaurant featuring American-style cuisine

Angelface Day Spa

Angela De Angellis info@angelfacespa.com 1995

Beauty salon and spa

Deborah Asadoorian, Cheryl Anstett and Anna Fucci, co-owners info@annandandychildcare.com 1973

Childcare for 18 months to pre-K

Artina Group

Ina Shapiro NA 1989

Private label form design and printing

Barksdale Home Care Services Inc.

Rosa Kittrell Barksdale barksdaleceo@verizon.net NA

Home health care agency

Bedford Stone & Masonry Supply Corp.

Daryl Burbank, co-owner info@bedfordstone.com NA

Masonry supplier

Blue Chip Limousine

Mara Russo limo@bluechiplimo.com 2002

Limousine service

Booked Parties

Claire Gilvar claire@bookedparties.com 2015

A listing and booking platform for children's birthday parties

Bronxville Wellness Sanctuary

Stephanie Filardi, co-owner info@bronxvillewellness.com 1998

Beauty salon and holistic spa services

Buzz Creators Inc.

Christina Rae crae@buzz-creators.com 2009

Public relations, marketing and brand building

Carol J. W. Kurth carol.kurth@carolkurtharchitects.com 1995

Architecture and interior design firm

Co-Communications Inc.

Stacey Cohen stacey@cocommunications.com 1997

Public relations and marketing

Concept: CARE Inc.

Carol Greenberg cgreenberg@conceptcareny.com NA

Home health care agency

COUTUREDossier

Yulia Omelich info@couturedossier.com NA

Boutique

Diana Gould Ltd.

Diana Gould info@dianagouldltd.com NA

Flowers and event décor

Ease Into Italy & Beyond LLC

Kathleen Guglielmo easeintoitaly@gmail.com 2006

Travel planning for vacations and study abroad opportunities in Italy

635 N. Broadway, White Plains 10603 949-0512 • aaaemergency.com

Tappan Hill Mansion, 81 Highland Ave., Tarrytown 10591 631-3030 • abigailkirsch.com

24 S. Broadway, Tarrytown 10591 631-4353 • ambins.com

317 Railroad Ave., Bedford Hills 10507 241-1997 • americangymnastics.us

296 Columbus Ave., Tuckahoe 10707 793-0807 • anamericanbistro.com

322 Underhill Ave., Yorktown Heights 10598 245-1084 • angelfacespa.com

Ann & Andy Child Care

2170 Saw Mill River Road, Elmsford 10523 592-3027 • annandandychildcare.com

250 Clearbrook Road, Elmsford 10523 800-278-4622 • artinagroup.com

327 Fifth Ave., Pelham 10803 738-5600 • barksdaleathome.com

284 Adams St., Bedford Hills 10507 666-6404 • bedfordstone.com

18 N. Central Ave., Hartsdale 10530 993-0200 • bluechiplimo.com

P.O. Box 184, Chappaqua 10514 917-650-7743 • bookedparties.com

14 Studio Arcade, Bronxville 10708 337-9356 • bronxvillewellness.com

400 Columbus Ave., Second floor, South Valhalla 10596 358-5080 • buzz-creators.com

Carol Kurth Architecture PC & Interiors Ltd.

The Arcade Building, 644 Old Post Road, Bedford 10506 234-2595 • carolkurtharchitects.com

332 Main St., Mount. Kisco 10549 666-0066 • cocommunications.com

50 Main St., Suite 976, White Plains 10606 682-7990 • conceptcareny.com

67 Bedford Road, Chappaqua 10512 777-2838 • couturedossier.com

12 Frontage St., Elmsford 10523 347-7134 • dianagouldltd.com

207 S. Buckhout St., Irvington 10533 231-5634 • easeintoitaly.com

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THELIST: WOMEN-OWNED BUSINESSES

Westchester County WESTCHESTER COUNTY

Women-owned Businesses

Listed alphabetically. Name Address Area code: 914, unless otherwise noted Website

Owner Email address

Eco-Prima Tea

Anupa Mueller anupa@ecoprimatea.com 1995

Tea distributor

Eileen Fisher Inc.

Eileen Fisher onlinesupport@eileenfisher.com NA

Women's apparel

7-11 S. Broadway, White Plains 10601 • 723-4900, ext. 1 16 John R. Albanese Place, Eastchester 10709 723-4900, ext. 2 • formeurgentcare.com

Gina Cappelli NA

Urgent care and wellness center

The Gold Standard

Nancy Dana Gold marketing@thegoldstandard.com 1992

Marketing and communications

Go Visible!

Harriet K. Lerner harrietlerner@govisiblepr.com NA

Public relations, advertising and marketing

Harrison Edwards Inc.

Carolyn B. Mandelker cmandelker@harrison-edwardspr.com 1987

Public relations and marketing

Hudson Fusion LLC

Cindy Penchina cindy@hudsionfusion.com 1996

Web design and marketing

Hyman & Gilbert

Rita K. Gilbert rkg@cloud9.net NA

Law firm

Il Sogno Ristorante

Luana Resulbegu ilsognony@gmail.com NA

Restaurant

Marjorie Finer innergroup@optonline.net

Advertising agency

Leon Henry Inc.

Lynn Henry, executive vice president lh@leonhenryinc.com 1956

Marketing

Loughlin Personnel Ltd.

Laura Loughlin laura@loughlinpersonnel.com 1998

Recruiting agency providing permanent, temporary and temp-to-perm employment solutions

LV2BFIT Inc.

Patty Palmieri pattypalmieri@aol.com NA

Fitness fashion boutique

M Boutique

Marie Flavine Brouder marie@designersymphony.com NA

Boutique

Madison Approach Staffing Inc.

Allison Madison info@madisonapproach.com 1998

Recruiting agency positioning full time and part time, temporary and direct hire positions

March Boutique

Lynn Puro info@marchboutique.com NA

Boutique

Mary Ann Liebert Inc., Publishers

Mary Ann Liebert NA 1980

Publishing firm for the scientific, technical, medical knowledge and information industries

Mindy Eisenberg Stark, CPA

Mindy Eisenberg Stark mindy.stark@mescpa.com 1982

Certified public accountant

Robin Hoberman and Kori Sassower apparel@momentumclassroom.com NA

Boutique fitness studio for teens and tweens ages 8-17

Lisa McKiernan NA

Seafood restaurant

11 Clearbrook Road, Suite 20, Elmsford 10523 930-8892 • ecoprimatea.com

2 Bridge St., Suite 230, Irvington 10533 800-445-1603 • eileenfisher.com

Formé

180 Route 100, Katonah 10536 232-6583 • thegoldstandard.com

30 E. Hartsdale Ave., Suite 6D, Hartsdale 10530 682-7336 • govisiblepr.com

80 Business Park Drive, Suite 303, Armonk 10504 242-0010 • harrison-edwards.com

30 State St., Ossining 10562 762-0900 • hudsonfusion.com

1843 Palmer Ave., Larchmont 10538 833-5297 • hymangilbert.com

316 Boston Post Road, Port Chester 10573 937-7200 • ilsognony.com

The Inner Group

1000 N. Division St., Suite 2D, Peekskill 10566 788-8471 • theinnergroup.com

210 N. Central Ave., Suite 320, Hartsdale 10530 285-3456 • leonhenryinc.com

7-11 S. Broadway, White Plains 10601 287-0333 loughlinpersonnel.com

13 Rye Ridge Plaza, Rye Brook 10573 305-6567 • lv2bfit.com

27 S. Greeley Ave., Chappaqua 10512 861-2678

45 Knollwood Road, Suite 101, Elmsford 10523 428-4800 • madisonapproach.com

1207 Pleasantville Road, Briarcliff Manor 10510 923-2100 • marchboutique.com 140 Huguenot St.,Third floor, New Rochelle 10801 740-2100 • liebertpub.com 88 Bonnie Meadow Road, Scarsdale 10583 725-8880 • mescpa.com

Momentum - The Physical Classroom 4 Manhattanville Road, Purchase 10577 189 N. Main St., Port Chester 10573 417-2800 • momentumclassroom.com

Morgans Fish House

22 Elm Place, Rye 10580 921-8190 • morgansfishhouse.net

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THELIST: WOMEN-OWNED BUSINESSES

WESTCHESTER Westchester County

Women-owned Businesses

COUNTY

Listed alphabetically. Name Address Area code: 914, unless otherwise noted Website

Owner Email address

The New Crystal Restoration Enterprises Inc.

Lisa Cordasco lisa@crystalrestoration.com 1960

A disaster response and property restoration company serving Westchester County

Linda Nicolo NA

Full-service medical spa

Rosa Calabrese 2008

Boutique day spa

Red Ski Creative Inc.

Susan Pietrobono Sanquily and Kim Dittrich contact@redskicreative.com 2015

Creative solutions for small and large businesses, including graphic, logo and packaging design, brand identity and marketing collateral

Rey Insurance Agency

Linda Rey and Laura Rey Iannarelli service@reyinsurance.com 1978

Independent insurance broker

Ruby Media Group

Kris Ruby kruby@rubymediagroup.com NA

Public relations and social media agency

Lisa McKiernan NA

Restaurant

Silver Tips Tea Room

Anupa Mueller tea@silvertipstea.com 1998

Tea room and café

Silverman Realty Group Inc.

Bonnie Silverman info@silvermanrealty.com NA

Commercial real estate development and management firm

Elizabeth Gagliardi NA

Health and fitness club

Standing Room Only Fine Foods

Sharon Snyder info@srofinefoods.com 1990

Retail store and marketplace

Stiefvater Real Estate Inc.

Marilyn Stiefvater stiefvater@pelhamny.com NA

Real estate broker

T Square Properties Inc.

Phyllis Tunnell phyllis@tsquareproperties.com 1983

Commercial real estate firm

Tayne Law Group PC

Leslie H. Tayne info@taynelaw.com 2001

Law firm

Elizabeth Bracken-Thompson, partner liz@thompson-bender.com

Advertising, marketing and public relations agency

Cappy Devlin cappy@travel-by-net.com 1973

Travel agency

Mary Pat Driscoll, captain marypat@trinitycruises.com 1991

Tour boat offering tours of the Hudson River

MaryAnn and Ana Rose Hawley sales@uovomoderno.com NA

Living ware store

Valerie Wilson, Jennifer Wilson Buttigieg and Kimberly Wilson Wetty harleyr@vwti.com 1981

Travel management company for personal and business travel; services a range of industries, including fashion, finance, publishing and pharmaceuticals

Dee DelBello dee@westfairinc.com

Publishing firm: Westchester and Fairfield County Business Journals and WAG magazine

Beth Hundgen blkisuzi55@aol.com 1956

Florist

109 S. Regent St., Port Chester 10573 937-0500 • newcrystalrestoration.com

Pretty Face Medi Spa

2081 Albany Post Road, Montrose 788-9790 • prettyfacemedispa.com

Rachele Rose Day Spa

110 S. Central Ave., Hartsdale 10530 948-7500 • rachelerosedayspa.com

Mount Kisco 10549 914-482-3220 • redskicreative.com

219 N. Broadway, Sleepy Hollow, NY 10591 631-7628 • reyinsurance.com

115 N. Broadway, White Plains 10603 268-8645 • rubymediagroup.com • krisruby.com

Ruby's Oyster Bar & Bistro

45 Purchase St., Rye 10580 921-4166 • rubysoysterbar.com

3 N. Broadway, Tarrytown 10591 332-8515 • silvertipstea.com

237 Mamaroneck Ave., White Plains 10605 683-8000 • silvermanrealty.com

Solaris Sports Club

201 Veterans Road, Yorktown Heights 10598 962-4094 • solarisclubs.com

1491 Weaver St., Scarsdale 10583 472-3002 • srofinefoods.com 303 Wolf's Lane, Pelham 10803 738-1133 • pelhamny.com

56 Lafayette Ave., White Plains 10603 328-7511 • tsquareproperties.com

445 Hamilton Ave., Suite 1102, White Plains 10601 301-3300 • taynelaw.com

Thompson & Bender

1192 Pleasantville Road, Briarcliff Manor 10510 762-1900 • thompson-bender.com

Travel-By-Net

(A division of Cappy Devlin International Inc.) 195 N. Bedford Road. Mount Kisco 10549 241-0383 • travel-by-net.com

Trinity Cruise Co. LLC

Tour boat, "Evening Star" 30 Hudson Ave., Peekskill 10566 589-7773 • trinitycruises.com

Uovo Moderno

109 Katonah Ave., Katonah 10536 486-0044 • uovomoderno.org

Valerie Wilson Travel Inc.

2700 Westchester Ave., Purchase 10603 701-3200 • valeriewilsontravel.squarespace.com

Westfair Communications, Inc.

3 Westchester Park Drive, Suite G-7, White Plains 10604 694-3600 • westfaironline.com • wagmag.com

Whispering Pines Florist of Chappaqua

83 South Greeley Ave., Chappaqua 10514 238-5661 • whisperingpinesofchappaqua.com

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BY DANIELLE M. CYR

Ready, set, prioritize: Marketing your business in 2017

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ear's end. The time to crunch numbers, scrutinize analytics and chart a course for the year ahead. With so many marketing channels available to get the word out about one’s products and services, creating an integrated program that reaches all of one’s target audiences can be a daunting task. As you assess which components of your marketing toolkit did and did not deliver during 2016, keep these considerations top of mind as you plan for 2017 and beyond.

WHAT IS THE COMPETITION DOING? Who doesn’t want to outshine — and outperform — their biggest competitors? Whether it’s winning a major account during a competitive bidding process or becoming the media’s go-to source, the benefits of winning can be, well, rewarding. A well thought out marketing strategy keeps an eye on the competition and sets

out to seize the potentially golden opportunities that the competition’s marketing strategies have overlooked. While the temptation to go toe to toe and let one’s value proposition set your company apart is tempting, budgets and bandwidth often prevent that from becoming a reality. Case and point: If you are buying $1 million in media in metro New York during a 12-month term and your biggest competitor is making a $5 million media buy in the same market during the same term, it will be difficult to steal your target audiences’ attention through that channel, even with a more creative and compelling campaign.

WHAT’S NICE TO DO VS. WHAT NEEDS TO BE DONE Just as in life, there are necessities and luxuries in business. Bills need to be paid. However, and sadly for many, the gumball machine in the lobby doesn’t need to be

upgraded to a high-tech candy wonderland. The same can be said for marketing — there are things that need to be done and activities that can sit on the back burner. As you refine your 2017 marketing plan, ensure that you are realistic about bandwidth, budget and resources and that you are allocating the above to the activities that need to be done first and foremost. From there, you can prioritize the add-ons to the marketing plan that can be integrated as time and budget allow.

REMEMBER, ADAPTATION IS KEY As my colleague likes to say, this is a real-time media world. Gone are the days of the three- to five-year marketing plan. Today, the companies who achieve optimal marketing success are those who adapt their plans to seize timely opportunities and replicate prior successes. For some companies, this means consistently monitoring local, regional and national news for stories on which they can provide additional perspective and expert commentary. For others, it means closely monitoring legislation at the state capitol and distributing timely advocacy and policy communications to their stakeholders. Bottom line — keep your antennae up at all times.

CONSIDER GOING “LIVE” “Social Media Today” reports that people spend three times as long watching live video on Facebook than video that is not live. While this real-time stream of content challenges brands to give up a little bit of control and embrace the unexpected — you truly never know what someone will say during their award acceptance speech — it’s a new way of communicating with online audiences and an experiment from which many brands are already reaping returns.

LEVERAGE CIRCLES OF INFLUENCE While it remains to be seen if influencer marketing is a buzz phrase or a concept that will endure, knowing who

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influences your target customers’ purchasing decisions is key. Whether you align yourself with a group of strategic network partners to present educational workshops for a shared pool of clients and prospects, offer leading industry bloggers exclusive experiences with your brand or devise a campaign to engage local community leaders and align them with your company’s profit sources and/or passions, engaging influencers can heighten brand awareness, inspire engagement and drive meaningful action. With so many strategies and tactics to choose from, it is easy to develop an overly ambitious marketing program that allocates more resources than a company has to give. As you work to finalize a 2017 marketing plan that is both strategic and creative — not to mention well-planned and nimble at the same time — it is important to keep your audiences’ wants and needs, along with the mediums best suited to your content, at the forefront. Danielle M. Cyr is vice president of integrated marketing for Co-Communications Inc., with offices in Mount Kisco, Hartford and New York City. She can be reached at Danielle@cocommunications.com.

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SPECIAL REPORT YEAR END REVIEW: Travel & Tourism, Marketing & Advertising

Fairfield municipalities, tourism promoters cope with state budget cuts BY PHIL HALL

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n late June, Gov. Dannel P. Malloy sought to blot the state’s growing red ink by removing $130 million from the budget. Included in that slice was nearly $1.2 million in funds earmarked for Connecticut’s three regional tourism districts. Dan Bolognani, board chairman of the Western Connecticut Convention and Visitors Bureau in Litchfield, reacted to the news with agitation. The $420,000 allocated to the bureau from the state had evaporated, leaving it to operate on approximately $80,000 generated from donations and advertising on its website and “Unwind” brochure. The state cuts resulted in the layoff of the bureau’s four employees and a downsizing of its promotional outreach. “We were certain that we would be in for additional cuts to our budget, just like every other state agency and program,” Bolognani said in a July interview with the Fairfield County Business Journal. “But to wake up on July 1 and find out we were losing 100 percent of our budget — we just weren’t ready for that.” Six months later, Bolognani is preparing to go to Hartford to get the bureau’s funding restored for the next fiscal year budget. “We have a 35-year history of doing a good job for regional tourism,” he said. “It was something of an anomaly that the budget zeroed us out. That never happened before.” Bolognani, who also serves as executive director of the Upper Housatonic Valley National Heritage Area, was uncertain if the budget cuts damaged the regional tourism industry, noting that data will not be available until the first quarter of 2017. “Anecdotally, we know that revenue per available rooms is up slightly, although it is certainly not showing robust growth,” he said. Still, “Not being able to have a bureau operating at full strength had a negative impact.” The state’s budget cuts for tourism this

year were not without precedent. State allocations for travel and tourism promotion have been on the decline for years. “Spending on tourism was at $15 million when Malloy was first elected” in 2010, said Randy Fiveash, director of the Connecticut Office of Tourism in Hartford. “Now it is at $6.4 million. But according to the last report that came out in 2013, travel and tourism brought in $14 billion to the entire state, with Fairfield County making up 23 percent of that, the third strongest region behind the Mystic and Hartford regions. We are revenue generators. We shouldn’t be considered as debit. We put money into the checkbooks, so to speak.” Fiveash aims to get more funding restored to the state tourism office in the next legislative session. “We want to give the upcoming session a real good handle on what it has done,” he added. Even if state funding is restored, the promotional channels used to draw travelers to Fairfield County’s attractions have become increasingly expensive. Fiveash noted that advertising in the New York television market became so costly that the state stopped running spots last year, while station-domination ads in Grand Central Terminal and Penn Station also had to be withdrawn due to their price. And very few individual attractions have the wherewithal to afford this type of marketing. “Advertising on TV in New York is mighty expensive and we cannot afford to do that on our own,” said Dave Sigworth, publicist at The Maritime Aquarium in Norwalk, which draws many of its out-ofstate visitors from the metro New York region. “The whole tourism industry is struggling right now because of cuts in the state budget. We lost that opportunity to have other agencies promote us as an institution and the county as a destination — and there is no agency in the county to handle that. It is a struggle for everyone.” The aquarium, however, is managing to keep its head above water. Attendance from January through November totaled 446,082 visitors, a 4.8 percent year-overyear increase, and more visitors are antic-

ipated in February when the institution’s IMAX theater offers the Connecticut debut of the educational feature film “Dream Big: Engineering Our World.” And Sigworth stressed that the legislature and the governor have not been completely indifferent to encouraging travel and tourism. “The state did redo its tourism website, CTVisit.com, earlier this year and it’s a positive thing,” he said. “And they continue to put efforts behind the website and digital efforts, which is helpful.” Regarding the state’s tourism website, “We just surpassed four million visits,” said Fiveash. The city of Norwalk this year launched a marketing brand, “The Sound of Connecticut,” “Our numbers have among its initiatives to boost tourism and economic development. gone through the roof.” “In the spring, we developed a new Yet in the absence of state promotional brand called ‘Norwalk: The Sound of efforts, some municipalities are taking it Connecticut,’” said Elizabeth Stocker, upon themselves to attract more travelers director of economic development. “We and tourists. also have a new mobile app with six walk“We launched our website, ing tours of Norwalk and we are working ExperienceFairfieldCT.org, in June to on a new wayfinding program to make our focus on the visitor experience,” said Mark visitors more comfortable here when they Barnhart, director of economic developcome from the train stations and highway ment for the town of Fairfield. The website exits. We also created walking maps for launch followed a year of planning with both SoNo and the downtown and uptown local nonprofits and businesses, he said. areas.” “We also developed hard-copy marketing, “This is something that we determined including a town map, which we published as an important economic development for the first time in a number of years. That area, that we’d like to encourage visitors,” is being distributed in almost 300 outlets Stocker said. “Unfortunately, we cannot in the New York metro area.” make up for what the state has done, but In Norwalk, city government is also we are doing something on a smaller and taking a more proactive approach in more local scale.” attracting visitors. FCBJ

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Pennsylvania company to build inn at Hyde Park’s Bellefield BY JOHN GOLDEN jgolden@westfairinc.com

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haner Hotel Group will build a 140-suite boutique hotel at Bellefield at Historic Hyde Park, the first of two hotels planned for the Dutchess County property where a Connecticut real estate investment firm leads a $23-million redevelopment project to make the site across from the

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Culinary Institute of America campus a major tourist destination. The hotel partnership agreement was announced Dec. 20 by Bellefield Development Partners, an affiliate of T-Rex Capital Group LLC in Stamford. Described by the partners as an upscale, all-suites lifestyle hotel, The Inn at Bellefield will be the first building construction on the site. Based in State College, Pennsylvania, Shaner Hotel Group will develop the hotel

in collaboration with Marriott International Inc. Shaner operates more than 30 Marriottbrand hotels in its portfolio of more than 50 hotel properties in the U.S., Italy and the Bahamas. The company, which operates several hotels and a golf resort in State College, home of Pennsylvania State University, has extensive operating experience in college and university markets, said Robert McCarthy, a Bellefield investor and former chief operat-

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ing officer of Marriott International Lance Shaner, the hotel group’s chairman and CEO, in the announcement said the Hyde Park inn “will help the county and region capture professional conferences, weddings, community events and social gatherings currently lost to better-equipped facilities outside of the area.” Dutchess County Executive Marcus Molinaro hailed the hotel development, saying it will bring jobs and capital investment to Hyde Park, the county and region. “As tourism continues to grow, we need more and more quality hotel rooms to fill the demand,” he said. Dutchess County Tourism Executive Director Mary Kay Vrba noted that tourists to the county spent $528 million in 2015. “The world-class destinations in Hyde Park draw millions of visitors to the area, so an upscale hotel is a necessity,” she said. Bellefield Development Partners said the county receives about 4.5 million visitors a year. Tom Mulroy, CEO of T-Rex Capital Group, said the firm anticipates more partnerships at Bellefield “that will help bring diversity to the region’s economy while supporting and growing our robust food, beverage and tourism sectors.” Hyde Park Town Supervisor Aileen Rohr said town officials expect site plans for the boutique hotel will be submitted to the town planning board “in the near future.” Bellefield Development Partners this month was awarded a $2 million state grant in the state’s annual funding round for private and public economic development projects in 10 regions across the state. The Bellefield development was deemed a priority project for funding by the Mid-Hudson Regional Economic Development Council. In addition to the two hotels planned on the 339-acre site, construction will include a conference center, a 10,000-square-foot freestanding restaurant, a 15,000-squarefoot spa and 48,000 square feet of retail space for culinary-based businesses on the ground floor of a 40-unit, market-rate rental apartment building. More than half of the property’s acreage will remain wooded and undeveloped, according to the partners, with another 48 acres devoted to agricultural use.


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FACTS & FIGURES COURT CASES MANHATTAN Bronx Midtown Locksmiths. 1277 Westchester Ave., Bronx 10459. Chapter 11, voluntary. Represented by Irene M. Costello. Filed: Dec. 20. Case no. 16-13540. GH Chelsea LLC. 1201 Third Ave. New York 10021. Chapter 11, voluntary. Represented by Joseph J. DiPasquale and Irena M. Goldstein. Filed: Dec. 14. Case no. 16-13505-mkv.

Yoga Smoga Inc. 428 Greenwich St., Townhouse, New York 10013. Chapter 11, voluntary. Represented by Jil Mazer-Marino. Filed: Dec. 19. Case no. 16-13538-mew.

POUGHKEEPSIE Cassas Brothers Construction Inc. 2 Stony Run Road, Newburgh 12550. Chapter 7, voluntary. Represented by Thomas Genova. Filed: Dec. 19. Case no. 16-37141-cgm.

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GH East Side LLC. 1201 Third Ave., New York 10021. Chapter 11, voluntary. Represented by Joseph J. DiPasquale. Filed: Dec. 14. Case no. 16-13503-mkv.

Barton Properties New York LLC. 7 Willow St., Port Chester 10573. Chapter 11, voluntary. Represented by Bruce R. Alter. Filed: Dec. 14. Case no. 16-23715-rdd.

GH West Side LLC. 1201 Third Ave., New York 10021. Chapter 11, voluntary. Represented by Joseph K. DiPasquale and Irena M. Goldstein. Filed: Dec. 14. Case no. 16-13504-mkv.

Silas Metro Holdings Corp. 240 North Ave., Suite 212, New Rochelle 10801. Chapter 11, voluntary. Represented by David Carlebach. Filed: Dec. 15. Case no. 16-23722-rdd.

Gracious (IP) LLC. 1201 Third Ave., New York 10021. Chapter 11, voluntary. Represented by Joseph J. DiPasquale and Irena M. Goldstein. Filed: Dec. 14. Case no. 16-13506-mkv.

DCG Funds Management LLC et al. Filed by Expanded Options LP. Action: securities fraud. Attorney: Richard Steven Gora. Filed: Dec. 14. Case no. 7:16-cv-09665-VB.

Gracious Home LLC. 1201 Third Ave., New York 10021. Chapter 11, voluntary. Represented by Joseph J. DiPasquale and Irena M. Goldstein. Filed: Dec. 14. Case no. 16-13500-mkv.

Electrolux Home Products Inc. Filed by National Union Fire Insurance Company of Pittsburgh, Pa. Action: diversity-product damage/ product liability. No attorney listed. Filed: Dec. 16. Case no. 7:16-cv09684-CS.

Gracious Home Holdings LLC. 1201 Third Ave., New York 10021. Chapter 11, voluntary. Represented by Joseph J. DiPasquale and Irena M. Goldstein. Filed: Dec. 14. Case no. 1613501-mkv. Ninety Fifth Street Square Inc. 557 Grand Concourse, Suite 6005, Bronx 10451. Chapter 11, voluntary. Represented by Ninety Fifth Street Square Inc. Filed: Dec. 14. Case no. 16-13495-scc.

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Mobile Life Support Services Inc. Filed by Sean Halpin. Action: Americans with Disabilities Act – enforcement. Attorney: Robert E. DiNardo. Filed: Dec. 16. Case no. 7:16cv-09725. Organon USA Inc. et al. Filed by Elizabeth Tamburri. Action: diversity-product liability. Attorney: David B. Krangle. Filed: Dec. 16. Case no. 7:16-cv-09682. St. Joseph’s Medical Center. Filed by Denise Villara. Action: Family and Medical Leave Act of 1993. Attorney: Lauren Bisordi Lepore. Filed: Dec. 16. Case no. 7:16-cv-09693. State Farm Fire and Casualty Co. Filed by Rafael Polanco. Action: diversity action. Attorney: Brian Laurence Bank. Filed: Dec. 16. Case no. 7:16-cv-09736-CS. Toys 4 U USA Corp. Filed by King Zak Industries Inc. Action: copyright infringement. Attorney: Neil Bryan Friedman. Filed: Dec. 16. Case no. 7:16-cv-09676-CS.

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Trans Continental Credit & Collection Corp. Filed by Yendy Cruz and Lisa Caceres. Action: 1692 Fair Debt Collection Act. Attorney: Craig B. Sanders. Filed: Dec. 16. Case no. 7:16-cv-09690.

DEEDS Above $1 million 105 Van Cortlandt Park LLC, Brooklyn. Seller: Nicolas Christakos, et al, Manhasset. Property: 107 Van Cortlandt Park Ave., Yonkers. Amount: $6.7 million. Filed Dec. 14. 32 North Street Realty LLC, Ellsworth, Me. Seller: Important Properties LLC, White Plains. Property: 8 Industrial Lane, New Rochelle. Amount: $6.5 million. Filed Dec. 14. 65 East Main Street LLC, Elmsford. Seller: Wai H. Tong, et al, Tampa, Fla. Property: 65 E. Main St., Greenburgh. Amount: $1 million. Filed Dec. 19. 950 East Main Shrub Oak LLC, Croton-on-Hudson. Seller: Stone Street Management LLC, Cold Spring. Property: 950 E. Main St., Yorktown. Amount: $3.2 million. Filed Dec. 16. Aidan Brownstone LLC, Pocantico Hills. Seller: Jonathan H. Cohen, et al, Brookhaven, Ga. Property: 1215 Bedford Road, Mount Pleasant. Amount: $1.1 million. Filed Dec. 16. City of New York. Seller: Dorothy J. Lander, et al, White Plains. Property: 25 Old Post Road, North Castle. Amount: $1 million. Filed Dec. 14. Game On 365 Land LLC, Tarrytown. Seller: Louis Vizioli, et al, White Plains. Property: Dobbs Ferry Road, Greenburgh. Amount: $8.6 million. Filed Dec. 16. JPMorgan Chase Bank N.A. Seller: Herman Lin, et al, Yorktown Heights. Property: 1975 Commerce St., Yorktown. Amount: $3.2 million. Filed Dec. 16.

Below $1 million 483 Cherry Street LLC, Bedford. Seller: DS and CH Realty LLC, Poughquag. Property: 483 Cherry St., Bedford. Amount: $995,000. Filed Dec. 16. 89 Ash St LLC, Brooklyn. Seller: 16 Cedar LLC, Brooklyn. Property: 16 Cedar St., Yonkers. Amount: $700,000. Filed Dec. 16.

All North Lawn Realty LLC, White Plains. Seller: 6-8-10 Lawn Avenue Realty LLC, Elmsford. Property: 8 N. Lawn Ave., Greenburgh. Amount: $850,000. Filed Dec. 16.

Housing Action Council Inc., Tarrytown. Seller: Magnolia Magat, et al, Las Vegas, Nev. Property: 240 Halstead Ave., B-2, Harrison. Amount: $175,000. Filed Dec. 19.

American International Relocation Solutions LLC, Pittsburgh, Pa. Seller: Amar Prabhu, et al, Mamaroneck. Property: 811 N. Barry Ave., Rye. Amount: $760,000. Filed Dec. 14.

HSBC Bank USA N.A. Seller: Steven Accinelli, Yonkers. Property: 82 Grassy Sprain Road, Yonkers. Amount: $402,300. Filed Dec. 16.

Bayview Loan Servicing LLC, Coral Gables, Fla. Seller: Liam McLaughlin, White Plains. Property: 59 Rockledge Road, Yonkers. Amount: $260,048. Filed Dec. 16. Chatterton Hill Realty LLC, New York City. Seller: 199-201 East Post Road Inc., White Plains. Property: 199-201 E. Post Road, White Plains. Amount: $800,000. Filed Dec. 14. County of Westchester, White Plains. Seller: Steward Redevelopment and Recovery LLC, LaGrangeville. Property: 280 Bleakley Ave., Cortlandt. Amount: $350,000. Filed Dec. 19. County of Westchester, White Plains. Seller: Grace Terrace LLC, Scarsdale. Property: 129 Fifth Avenue South, Mount Vernon. Amount: $900,000. Filed Dec. 15. County of Westchester, White Plains. Seller: Vivian Arroyo, Pelham Manor. Property: 914 Wynnewood Road, Pelham. Amount: $270,000. Filed Dec. 14. Fannie Mae. Seller: Peter P. Rosato, Yonkers. Property: 245-251 Palisade Ave., Yonkers. Amount: $304,653. Filed Dec. 16. Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corp. Seller: John William Buckley, White Plains. Property: 889 Scarsdale Road, Yonkers. Amount: $583,520. Filed Dec. 14. Federal National Mortgage Association. Seller: Nationstar Mortgage LLC. Property: 9 Carolyn Drive, Cortlandt. Amount: $329,745. Filed Dec. 16. Forest Edge Investors Group LLC, New Rochelle. Seller: James Walsh, et al, Aclare, Ireland. Property: 44 S. Bleeker St., Mount Vernon. Amount: $275,000. Filed Dec. 15. Harwood Place LLC, Yorktown Heights. Seller: Richard T. and Richard G. Milanese LLC, Yorktown Heights. Property: 200 Hardwood Place, Yorktown. Amount: $377,000. Filed Dec. 14. High Garden Holdings LLC, White Plains. Seller: Wells Fargo Bank N.A. Property: 23 Ridge Road, Cortlandt. Amount: $180,000. Filed Dec. 14.

Janaan Corp., Thornwood. Seller: Palmer Lane LLC, Pleasantville. Property: 252 Albany Ave., Mount Pleasant. Amount: $350,000. Filed Dec. 15. Klipspringers LLC, White Plains. Seller: Queen Esther Wise, White Plains. Property: 31 Tomahawk Drive, Greenburgh. Amount: $210,000. Filed Dec. 14. Lincoln North LLC, Pelham. Seller: Exxon Mobil Corp., Spring, Texas. Property: 458 North St., New Rochelle. Amount: $150,000. Filed Dec. 16. North Baraud Road Realty LLC, Bronx. Seller: Joanne Wilson, et al, Scarsdale. Property: 67 N. Baraud Road, New Rochelle. Amount: $750,000. Filed Dec. 14. P and B Family Corp., Mount Vernon. Seller: 200 East Third Street Corp., Mount Vernon. Property: 299 E. Third St., Mount Vernon. Amount: $200,000. Filed Dec. 16. PennyMac Corp. Seller: Barry R. Fertel, New Rochelle. Property: 316 Warburton Ave., Yonkers. Amount: $789,672. Filed Dec. 16. SDF Capital LLC, New Rochelle. Seller: Diane J. Tual, Peekskill. Property: 55 Ferris Place, Ossining. Amount: $200,000. Filed Dec. 14. Steward Redevelopment LLC, LaGrangeville. Seller: Michael L. Ritornato, Buchanan. Property: 280 Bleakley Ave., Cortlandt. Amount: $210,000. Filed Dec. 19.

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Supreame Homes LLC, Ossining. Seller: Fannie Mae. Property: 75E Morningside Drive, Ossining. Amount: $245,980. Filed Dec. 15. TLC Contractors Corp., White Plains. Seller: Frank S. Jazzo, et al, White Plains. Property: 14 Wyndover Road, Greenburgh. Amount: $210,000. Filed Dec. 16. U.S. Alliance Federal Credit Union, Rye. Seller: Bruce Povman, Scarsdale. Property: 48 Upland Ave., White Plains. Amount: $289,062. Filed Dec. 19. U.S. Bank N.A. Seller: Michael Khader, Yonkers. Property: 39 Red Mill Road, Cortlandt. Amount: $444,208. Filed Dec. 15.

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WCC HONORED BY BUSINESS MAGAZINE Westchester Community College (WCC) has been honored by University Business magazine in its “Winter 2016 Models of Excellence” recognition program. University Business is published for senior managers at colleges and universities. WCC was praised for its Money Smart Forum, a financial coaching initiative run by the college’s Center for Financial and Economic Education. “A lot of times what is holding a student back is financial problems,” said Suzanne Matthews, director of the center. “When a student is undergoing financial stress, it tends to hit their academics first.” With funding from JPMorgan Chase & Co. and Autonomous Research US, the college offers students a program of one-on-one financial coaching. The Money Smart Forum uses workshops, training and coaching to encourage students to save money, reduce debt, improve credit scores and develop a personal budget. Financial education programs at other schools may only reach out to students sporadically, the sustained guidance offered by WCC is one of the program’s more innovative aspects, Matthews says. “We are doing coaching on a sustained basis,” she said. “We don’t just meet with students once or twice. We encourage them to commit to working with us for a semester or for a full academic year.” In the previous academic year, students who took advantage of the program at WCC saved a total of more than $54,000, reduced debt by an average of $660 each and saw an average improvement in credit scores of 20 points. The program also has educational benefits, with about half of last spring’s graduates who were in the program earning academic honors.

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NYMC STAFF IN ACTION

Dr. Mitchell S. Cairo and Dana G. Mordue

Throughout the holiday season, staff members at New York Medical College in Valhalla have been active in professional organizations and the community. Just two examples: Dr. Mitchell S. Cairo, professor of pediatrics, medicine, pathology, microbiology and immunology and cell biology and anatomy has been named chair of the Immuno-Gene Therapy Committee of the International Society of Cellular Therapy. Dana G. Mordue, associate professor of microbiology and immunology, was invited to speak on the topic of women in science to students in grades three, four and five at the West Patent Elementary School in the Bedford Central School District on Dec. 9.

DORNEY JOINS DUTCHESS TOURISM Colleen Dorney has joined Dutchess Tourism Inc. (DTI) as office administrator in Poughkeepsie. Dorney was an AmeriCorps VISTA Leader for the Corporation for National and Community Service in Connecticut. She’ll assist with event promotion and support DTI’s marketing and promotional efforts. She received a Bachelor of Arts degree in history from Loyola University. Dorney lives in Staatsburgh. DTI was established in 1984 and is the official marketing organization for Dutchess County. It reports that more than 4.5 million tourists visit Dutchess annually and in 2015 spent more than $528 million. Tourism sustained almost 10,000 jobs in Dutchess and produced more than $37 million in local tax revenue last year.

GOOD THINGS HAPPENING NEW STATE FUNDING FOR SARAH LAWRENCE PROGRAM

FOOD SAFETY RATING Caribbean Food Delights, which makes its products in a 103,000-square-foot plant in Tappan, has received the highest rating for food safety and quality certification issued by the Global Food Safety Initiative (GSFI), a worldwide food safety authority. GSFI is a nonprofit set up by the food industry to promote consistent food-safety standards around the world. It was formed, in part, to help prevent outbreaks of mad cow disease, listeria contamination and dioxin poisoning. GSFI is managed by The Consumer Goods Forum, a global membership organization, and is the catalyst for collaboration among the world’s leading food-safety experts from retail, manufacturing and food service companies, as well as international organizations, governments, academia and food service providers. This is the seventh consecutive year that Caribbean Food Delights has received the SQF 7.2 Level 3 rating. According to Raquel Pascual, the company’s general manager, “Both the manufacturing facility and employees underwent a rigorous auditing process, including reviewing of food quality and safety policies, procedures and management systems.” She noted that the company’s retail distribution network spans the U.S., the Caribbean and commissaries worldwide. The company makes Jamaican-style foods, including sauces and spices.

HOLIDAY FOOD DRIVE IN WHITE PLAINS BUILDING In addition to being the headquarters of ArtsWestchester, 31 Mamaroneck Ave. in downtown White Plains houses about 26 artists and businesses in renovated office and studio space. The tenants in the former bank building staged a week-long food drive that ended Dec. 9 to benefit the Food Bank for Westchester. Arch Street Communications coordinated the drive by placing donation boxes and posting flyers around the building, sending promotional emails and collecting cash contributions. “We saw this as an opportunity to bring everyone in our building together around a common cause,” said Arch Street’s office manager Linda-Ann Schmidt. “Our building is filled with a diverse creative community, and our fellow tenants appreciated the introduction of a new program to give back to Westchester County.” The Elmsford-based Food Bank for Westchester distributes more than 7.6 million pounds of food each year. The drive at the ArtsWestchester building collected 123 pounds of food.

◀◀ Sarah Lawrence Art of Teaching graduate students on a recent visit to the Center for Urban River at Beczak environmental education center in Yonkers.

State funding which could reach $695,000 over five years has been awarded to Sarah Lawrence College in Yonkers. The money will help fund aspects of its Art of Teaching program, which helps disadvantaged young people from Yonkers become teachers.The New York State Education Department provides the funding through the Teacher Opportunity Corps. Sarah Lawrence is scheduled to receive the first payment of $105,000 in 2017. The college operates with the belief that the best way to train teachers to understand the challenges that face inner-city children placed at risk is to have teachers who come from those communities. “This Teacher Opportunity Corps initiative is a natural extension of the relationship Sarah Lawrence College already has with the community of Yonkers,’’ said Kathleen Ruen, acting director of the Art of Teaching program. “The grant offers us vital support and helps us to expand the work we are doing to prepare our students to teach in disadvantaged communities, as well as to recruit students from minority backgrounds and help them become teachers.’’ Art of Teaching is a teacher education program centered on observation of elementary school children. The program gives Sarah Lawrence students a background in current thinking about educational theory and practice. Students work with children at every point in the program. The money will be used to fund the tuition and transportation costs of disadvantaged students in the college’s program, support the teaching of an additional course addressing the needs of children placed at risk, and help develop certificate programs in special education and bilingual education. In addition, the grant will create a teacher mentoring program in partnership with Yonkers’ Cedar Place Elementary School, a pre-K through 8th-grade magnet school whose student body is 96 percent minority, with 76 percent coming from families whose incomes are at or near the poverty line.

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MURATORE HONORED

From left: Joi Muratore, Paul Muratore and Rob Astorino.

KATONAH CEO SELECTED FOR LEARNING SERIES Paul Muratore of Briarcliff Manor has received the 2016 Rosemarie Siragusa Memorial Youth Service Award from Westchester County. The award honors an individual who has demonstrated a commitment to serving youth and families in Westchester. It is presented each year in memory of the founding chairwoman of the Westchester County Youth Board, Rosemarie Siragusa of Yonkers. For more than 25 years, Siragusa was an advocate for youth, particularly in the area of education. Westchester County Executive Rob Astorino presented the award to Muratore in a ceremony at the County Office

Building in White Plains that also was attended by Muratore’s wife, Joi. Muratore was nominated for the award by the Children’s Village in recognition of his 31 years of volunteer work with the organization. In 2016, he partnered with the Children’s Village to establish Connections, a one-onone, long-term mentoring support program that helps young men, ages 15 to 25, to transition from foster care situations to become educationally proficient, economically productive and socially responsible members of their communities. “I started Connections because I believe every child needs a caring adult in their lives. I have been amazed at the response…from people who are willing to spend time with struggling teens, people who want to donate to help us and organizations offering to provide internships, workshops and other services to help the kids succeed. I feel that they all should share this award with me,” Muratore said. Muratore operates a consulting business and is chairman of the SAG/AFTRA Pension and Health Plan. SAG/ AFTRA is the union for actors and other talent in movies, television and radio.

HUMAN RIGHTS AWARDS BREAKFAST

From left: Theresa Bowman-Smith, vice chair Yonkers Commission on Human Rights; Ellen Lynch, president & CEO Food Bank for Westchester holding proclamation from state senator Andrea Stewart-Cousins; Matthew J. Orefice, chair, Yonkers Commission on Human Rights.

The Yonkers Commission on Human Rights partnered with the Yonkers YWCA to hold an awards breakfast on Dec. 10 at the Castle Royale in Yonkers. The event celebrated International Human Rights Day with the theme, “Proper Nutrition is a Human Right.” Human Rights Day is observed in many countries every year on Dec. 10. It was established in 1950 by the United National General Assembly. It commemorates the day on which, in 1948, the General Assembly adopted the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. Honored at the Yonkers breakfast were Groundwork Hudson Valley, Groundwork’s director of healthy communities Nathan Hunter, Shoprite of Tuckahoe Road,

Yonkers Public Schools students and the Food Bank of Westchester. Main speaker at the event was Curt Collier, deputy director of Groundwork USA, parent organization of Groundwork Hudson Valley. The organization works with communities to improve their physical and social environments. Typical projects include turning vacant lots into community gardens, replacing graffiti with murals and planting trees. Groundwork Hudson Valley trains, employs and mentors hundreds of Yonkers high school students each year and provides summer jobs, internships and after-school employment. Its program Get Fresh Yonkers brings youth, older adults and families together to create a sustainable food system for southwest Yonkers. Community gardens, a Science Barge, and local farms all supply a farmers market managed by local high school students who have been hired and trained by Groundwork. Local residents maintain the community gardens. The Science Barge is a floating greenhouse docked on the Hudson River just north of the Yonkers Pier. On it, fruits and vegetables are grown hydroponically using power generated by solar panels, wind turbines and biofuels. The produce is irrigated by rainwater and purified river water. Ellen Lynch, president & CEO of Food Bank for Westchester, accepted the award on behalf of Food Bank of Westchester.

The founder and CEO of a Katonah company was one of 15 people selected from a pool of 140 nationwide applicants to participate in the Executive Learning Series for Diverse Suppliers held at CVS Health headquarters in Woonsocket, Rhode Island. Tracy Benson founded her company On the Same Page in 2002. The company was the only woman-owned business from New York selected to participate in the learning series. On the Same Page provides coaching, strategic planning and staffing for businesses which are undergoing change. Clients have included small companies and major corporations such as Merck, Nike, Novartis and PepsiCo. CVS Health was the program’s host. It was taught by faculty members from the Tracy Benson Roger Williams University School of Continuing Studies, which has its campus in Bristol, Rhode Island. In addition to learning, there was an opportunity for networking with others attending the series as well as establishing contacts with CVS Health personnel. Benson said, “The Supplier Diversity and Procurement teams at CVS Health were incredibly generous and supportive throughout the program. The company’s commitment to growing its pipeline of diverse suppliers is genuine and impressive.” Sessions took place over four months and were both on-site and online. Subjects covered included financing and budget, leadership, management, technology, human resources and communications.

BANK FOUNDATION GRANTS The Ulster Savings Charitable Foundation recently awarded grants to several nonprofit organizations. Abilities First (AF) received a grant of $2,000 to support its Future Steps Playground campaign – the creation of an outdoor, on-site playground at the organization’s headquarters in Poughkeepsie. The playground will be accessible for all AF students and will include an adaptive swing, climbing environments, interactive stations, shaded structures and green spaces.   Newburgh Armory Unity Center (NAUC) was the recipient of $5,000 to support the NAUC Literacy Education Advocacy Partnership program and its Saturday morning enrichment programming. These programs provide additional instruction in a smaller classroom setting while offering resources, tools and programs that would otherwise be inaccessible or unavailable to children and families in need throughout the city of Newburgh and the Newburgh Enlarged City School District. Safe Harbors of the Hudson (SHH) was awarded $2,400 to help support its educational programs and workforce-development training, which provides tenants with services and training to better prepare them for workforce environments or higher education. In addition to SHH tenants, these services are available to city of Newburgh residents and members of the surrounding community. American Red Cross of the Mid-Hudson Valley Chapter received $2,500 for its “Home Fire Preparedness Campaign,” a program that allows Red Cross staff to canvass at-risk populations such as seniors and youth. They install fire alarms in residences, complete home safety checklists and help families develop escape plans with the objective of reducing fire deaths and injuries throughout the mid-Hudson Valley. RUPCO Inc. (originally named Rural Ulster Preservation Co.) is a 30-year-old nonprofit that creates and maintains sustainable housing and rental opportunities, affordable housing initiatives, fosters community development and revitalization and helps clients improve their living standards. The organization received a $10,000 grant to support creation of a new education and savings program. The Benedictine Health Foundation was awarded $8,000 to support the purchase of new furniture for the 40-bed inpatient mental health unit on the Mary’s Avenue Campus of HealthAlliance. The furniture will meet industry safety and durability standards for behavioral health units. Court Appointed Special Advocates for Children (CASA) received $3,600 to support its “mentoring foster children in transition” plan. Clients ages 12 to 21 will be helped in transitioning to new environments, including returning home to a parent, being adopted by a relative or foster parent, or aging out of foster care.

NY-P HV HOSPITAL AGAIN GETS MAGNET DESIGNATION NewYork-Presbyterian Hudson Valley Hospital in Cortlandt Manor has received national recognition for excellence in nursing from the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s (ANCC) Magnet Recognition Program for a third consecutive time. Magnet recognition is considered the gold standard and includes a select group of only 7 percent of health care organizations in the U. S. According to Stacey Petrower, president of the hospital, “An accomplishment of this magnitude happens as a result of the dedication of our nursing staff and the support of all of our hospital colleagues.” A. Bonnie Corbett, vice president and chief nursing officer at the hospital, said, “We will continue to work together to deliver the highest standards possible. Excellent nurses mean excellent patient care.” The Magnet model is designed to provide a framework for nursing practice, research and measurement of outcomes. ANCC assesses nursing care every four years for the Magnet designation. ANCC says that Magnet hospitals provide their communities with a higher level of care, demonstrated by higher overall patient-satisfaction scores and higher scores related to nursing communication, lower risk of 30-day mortality and higher job satisfaction among nursing staff.

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FCCF GRANTS $15,000 TO CGC

BRIDGEPORT ROTARY GIVES NBFA A HELPING HAND

A preschool student from New Beginnings Family Academy engages in STEM activities.

New Beginnings Family Academy (NBFA) in Bridgeport, a Pre-K through eighth grade public charter school with emotionally responsive practices, received a $25,000 grant from the Bridgeport Rotary for its STRETCH after-school program, the “STRETCH Academy.” The STRETCH Academy offers an array of after-school STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) and sports-based enrichment activities that support the recreational and developmental needs of its students. Students engage in activities that will foster creativity, teamwork and physical activity. Students receive daily character building instruction on STRETCH values, which include self-control, thoughtfulness, responsibility, empathy, tenacity, conscientiousness and hard work.

From left: Ann McCarthy, director of development and communications, CGC; Nancy von Euler, vice president, programs, FCCF; and Michael Patota, president and CEO, CGC.

The Child & Family Guidance Center (CGC) based in Bridgeport, an organization that addresses the emotional and psychological wellbeing of children and their families, with additional clinics in Fairfield, Norwalk and Stratford, received a $15,000 grant from Fairfield County’s Community Foundation (FCCF), an organization that promotes philanthropy as a means to create change in Fairfield County, to help fuel its strategic planning and board development initiatives. CGC is a community-based agency providing mental health care and prevention and behavioral support to Fairfield County’s most vulnerable children and their families. More than 88 percent of their clients live in poverty and services are never denied based on the inability to pay. This grant will support the CGC’s hiring of two consultants, Chuck Loring and Sharon Danosky, who will provide guidance on board development and strategic planning.

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GOOD THINGS HAPPENING BOEHRINGER INGELHEIM AWARDED PERFECT SCORE

GREENWICH YOUTH ORGANIZATIONS DONATE 2,514 POUNDS OF FRESH FOOD

Boehringer Ingelheim Pharmaceuticals Inc., a pharmaceutical company based in Ridgefield, was recognized by the 2017 Corporate Equality Index (CEI), a national benchmarking tool administered by the Human Rights Campaign Foundation used to rate businesses on corporate policies and practices pertinent to lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender employees. This is the ninth time that the company received a perfect score and has been designated as a “Best Place to Work for LGBT Equality.” The 2017 CEI rated 1,043 businesses concerning LGBT-related policies and practices, including non discrimination workplace protections, domestic partner benefits, transgender-inclusive health care benefits, competency programs and public engagement with the LGBT community. Boehringer Ingelheim’s CEI perfect score is the latest accolade in a series of recent honors, including Science magazine’s “Top Employer” list and Working Mother magazine’s “100 Best Companies.”

WITHUM WELCOMES GENTILE OF FAIRFIELD WithumSmith+Brown PC (Withum), an accounting firm based in Princeton, New Jersey, welcomed Marina A. Gentile of Fairfield as senior manager of its international services group and its forensic and valuation services group. In this role, Gentile will spearhead Withum’s global transfer pricing practice, focusing on serving and expanding its client base in the New York metropolitan area. She has more than 20 years experience advising multinational companies and their international affiliates, directing clients in how to navigate their transfer pricing needs. Prior to joining, Gentile served as a consultant with Alix Partners LLP in New York City, director of transfer pricing with Thomson Reuters’ global tax strategy division in Stamford and senior manager with KPMG’s Boston, Melbourne, Australia and New York offices. She holds a master’s degree in international business studies from the University of South Carolina and her bachelor’s degree in business administration from Northeastern University.

◀◀ The Cos Cob Crushers, one of the GYFL teams that participated in the food drive, raised 721 lbs for Neighbor to Neighbor.

The Greenwich Jr. United Way (GJrUW), an organization created and led by teens that strives to solve problems in the Greenwich community, partnered with the Greenwich Youth Football League (GYFL) and the Greenwich Youth Cheerleading League (GYCL) to virtually collect healthy food options and fresh produce for Neighbor to Neighbor during the 2016 GYFL year. Neighbor to Neighbor is a nonprofit dedicated to serving residents in need throughout the Greenwich area. The food drive was designed to allow fans to support their neighborhood team by making a healthy food donation online through the Amp Your Good (AMP) website. AMP was founded on the notion that technology can improve the efficiency of philanthropic action. The GYFL season ended with a series of award dinners in late November that concluded the drive with teams reaching the following amounts of pounds donated: Cos Cob Crushers (721 lbs), Riverside Gators (741 lbs), Putnam Generals (469 lbs), Glenville Mavericks (459 lbs), North Mianus Bulldogs (110 lbs) and BANC Raiders (38 lbs). For more, visit greenwichunitedway.org.

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FIRST COUNTY BANK ANNOUNCES FIRSTPRIZE $AVINGS WINNER

WILLIAM PITT SOTHEBY’S WELCOMES ROHR

Jennifer Rohr

From left: Robert Granata, chief operating officer and president, First County Bank; Aitza Cabrera, associate vice president and Darien branch manager, First County Bank; Brooke Bean, recipient of the $1,000 FirstPrize $avings account drawing; and Reyno A. Giallongo Jr., chairman and CEO, First County Bank.

iSERVE RESIDENTIAL CONTINUES EXPANSION WITH MOLLICA

Stamford-based First County Bank announced that Brooke Bean of Stamford is the first winner of its FirstPrize $avings account $1,000 drawing. The account is a basic savings account with a cash prize drawing component to promote personal savings. With each eligible deposit of $25 or more, the account holder earns an entry into a drawing for a $1,000 prize. The drawing occurs four times per calendar year. Responding to the need for consumers to increase their savings, First County Bank designed the FirstPrize $avings account inspire those over the age of 18 to save by encouraging frequent and consistent deposits. Frank Mollica

PRESIDENT OF GREENWICH FIRM NAMED FIVE-STAR WEALTH MANAGER Loretta Nolan of Loretta Nolan Associates LLC, a Greenwich-based, fee-only advisory firm, was named a "Connecticut 5-Star Wealth Manager" by Five Star Professionals, a market research company based in Minneapolis, Minn. that publishes a list of reputable professionals in 45 markets throughout the U.S. and Canada. Loretta Nolan Associates LLC provides financial planning, investment management, income tax planning, executive compensation and employee benefits consulting services, in addition to survivor planning services to assist those facing life-changing financial issues, including divorce, the death of a spouse or job loss. Nolan, the president and founder of the firm, is a member of The National Association of Personal Financial Advisors, The Estate Planning Council of Lower Fairfield County, the Professional Advisors' Council for the Fairfield County Community Foundation and Connections, a Greenwich-based community leadership organization.

Meadow Ridge, a senior living community in Redding, has been collecting food, monetary donations and other nonperishable items for families in need as part of its annual food drive. Started more than a dozen years ago by longtime resident Muffy Nichols, it has since grown into a community wide initiative with drop-off bins placed at various locations around the campus. According to the town of Redding Social Services, as of this fall, there were approximately 44 households eligible for The Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (formerly known as Food Stamps), 19 of which are seniors. In addition to the food drive, Meadow Ridge is also sponsoring two of these senior families in need by providing other gifts. Meadow Ridge staff will bring all donations to the Heritage Center in Redding to help stock its food pantry. For more information, contact Ben Green at bgreen@glynndevins.com.

DATES DEC. 28

The Ridgefield Playhouse and Craig’s Fine Jewelry are presenting The Met Opera’s annual holiday presentation of Mozart’s “The Magic Flute,” live in high-definition with two encore performances, 2 p.m. and 6 p.m., featuring a brief introduction from veteran news personality, Katie Couric, 80 E. Ridge Road, Ridgefield. For tickets, call the box office at 203-438-5795.

JAN. 11

iServe Residential Lending LLC, a mortgage banker offering a full line of loan programs with a location in Stamford, welcomed Frank Mollica as part of its continuing expansion to meet the increasing need for mortgage loan financing in southwest Connecticut. Mollica, a licensed mortgage loan officer, joined the firm to serve the residential real estate mortgage financing needs of customers. A graduate of Hamilton College, Mollica previously held positions with Indigo Partners, an information technology firm, and global banker UBS in Stamford.

The Fairfield Chamber of Commerce and The Norma Pfriem Brast Center are hosting the fourth lecture in its series of nine “Evenings of Wellness” lectures, titled “Stress Reduction through Music,” led by Cassandra Mulcahy, 6-7 p.m. at The Noram Pfriem Breast Center, 111 Beach Road, Second floor, Fairfield. Tickets are free and open to the public. Call 203255-1011 to RSVP by Jan. 9.

JAN. 12

ZAEHRINGER APPOINTED TO THE FEDERAL GRIEVANCE COMMITTEE

Kristen L. Zaehringer

RETIREMENT COMMUNITY GIVES BACK

William Pitt Sotheby’s International Realty welcomed Jennifer Rohr as a sales agent based in the firm’s Southport brokerage. William Pitt and Julia B. Fee Sotheby’s International Realty manages a $3.9-billion portfolio with more than 1,000 sales associates in 28 brokerages spanning Connecticut, Massachusetts and Westchester County. After completing her bachelor’s degree from Pace University, Rohr proceeded with a career in corporate sales. Her love for design and new construction renovations, coupled with her inclination to help people, led Rohr to acquire her real estate license in New York, as well as Connecticut, where she has lived for the past five years. She is also a founding member of the John Maxwell Team, where she pursues her passion for personal and professional development.

Murtha Cullina, a law firm with an office in Stamford, announced that attorney Kristen L. Zaehringer has been appointed to the Federal Grievance Committee by the judges of the United States District Court for the District of Connecticut. She will serve a three-year term through Dec. 31, 2019. The Federal Grievance Committee is a committee of attorneys that review complaints alleging misconduct against lawyers admitted to practice in the federal court. Zaehringer is a member of the litigation department at Murtha Cullina, as well as its labor and employment practice group. She is on the District of Connecticut Local Civil Rules Advisory Committee and she serves on the board of the Friends of New Haven Legal Assistance Association. She holds a bachelor’s degree from George Washington University and a law degree from Quinnipiac University School of Law.

CARTUS PROMOTES BAILOR TO VICE PRESIDENT Danbury-based Cartus Corp., an international relocation services provider, promoted Robert Bailor to vice president of international assignment compensation services. Bailor is to replace William Bailey, who is retiring from the position. Bailor will serve as the practice leader, responsible for the global delivery of Cartus’ international compensation services. Bailor holds a bachelor’s degree in business administration with a concentration in finance and management from the University of Maine and a master’s degree from Fairfield University.

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The Ridgefield Playhouse is presenting duo Keller Williams and Leo Kottke, who have teamed up for “Shut The Folk Up and Listen,” an evening of music and spontaneous collaboration, 8 p.m., 80 E. Ridge Road, Ridgefield. For tickets, call the box office at 203-438-5795.

JAN. 13 The Ridgefield Playhouse is presenting Jefferson Starship, whose hitting the road with their brand new tour, “Carry the Fire Tour 2017,” featuring classic rock hits and concert rarities, including “Volunteers,” “White Rabbit,” “Wooden Ships,” “Somebody to Love” and “Count on Me,” 8 p.m., 80 E. Ridge Road, Ridgefield. For more, call the box office at 203-438-5795.

JAN. 14 The Ridgefield Playhouse is presenting The Coasters, known for hit songs “Yakety Yak,” “Poison Ivy,” “Searchin’” and “Charlie Brown,” 8 p.m., 80 E. Ridge Road, Ridgefield. For tickets, call the box office at 203-438-5795.

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FACTS & FIGURES Willow Way LLC, San Jose, Calif. Seller: Deutsche Bank National Trust Co. Property: 526 S. Ninth Ave., Mount Vernon. Amount: $89,250. Filed Dec. 14. Yonkers Opportunity Partners LLC, Yonkers. Seller: The Bank of New York. Property: 35 N. Ninth Ave., Mount Vernon. Amount: $150,000. Filed Dec. 19. Zinman Family LLC, Bedford. Seller: Robert Shuhy, East Hampton. Property: 169 Barnegat Road, Pound Ridge. Amount: $950,000. Filed Dec. 15.

FORECLOSURES BEDFORD, 1037 Old Post Road. Single-family residence; lot size: 5.8 acre. Plaintiff: Hudson City Savings Bank. Plaintiff ’s attorney: Cohn & Roth, 516-747-3030; 100 E. Old Country Road, Mineola 11501. Defendant: Orville James Vanderpool III. Referee: John Perone. Sale: Jan. 10, 10 a.m. Approximate lien: $761,840.61. EASTCHESTER, 78 Tuckahoe Ave. Single-family residence; lot size: .18 acre. Plaintiff: Bank of America National Association. Plaintiff: Shapiro, DiCaro & Barak, 877-759-1835; 175 Mile Crossing Blvd., Rochester 14624. Defendant: Paul Puccini. Referee: Richard Glickel. Sale: Jan. 10, 10 a.m. Approximate lien: $653,034.28. MOUNT VERNON, 334 S. Fifth Ave. Two-family residence; lot size: .14 acre. Plaintiff: Deutsche Bank National Trust Co. Plaintiff ’s attorney: Clarfield Okon Salomone & Pincus, 561-713-1400; 425 RXR Plaza, Uniondale 11556. Defendant: Susanna Lopez. Referee: Jerrice Epps. Sale: Jan. 17, 2 p.m. Approximate lien: $669,500.02. MOUNT VERON, 405 S. 10th Ave. Two-family residence; lot size: .12 acre. Plaintiff: U.S. Bank National Association. Plaintiff ’s attorney: RAS Boriskin, 516-280-7675; 900 Merchants Concourse, Westbury 11590. Defendant: George Hemmings. Referee: Kenneth Bunting. Sale: Jan. 11, 9:30 a.m. Approximate lien: N/A. OSSINING, 1 Agate Ave. Single-family residence; lot size: .16 acre. Plaintiff: Federal National Mortgage Association. Plaintiff ’s attorney: Rosicki & Rosicki & Association, 845897-1600; 2 Summit Court, No. 301, Fishkill 11254. Defendant: Gonzalo Delmonte. Referee: Edmund Fitzgerald. Sale: Jan. 5, 10 a.m. Approximate lien: $452,905.33. OSSINING, 15 Hudson Watch Drive. Single-family residence; lot size: .04 acre. Plaintiff: HSBC Bank USA National Association. Plaintiff ’s attorney: Gross Polowy LLC, 716-2041700; 1775 Wehrle Drive, Williamsville 14221. Defendant: Vahid Sami. Referee: Daniel Pagano. Sale: Jan. 5, 9 a.m. Approximate lien: $588,380.34.

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OSSINING, 27 Knoll View. Single-family residence; lot size: .1 acre. Plaintiff: Board of Directors of Liberty Knoll Homeowners Assoc. Plaintiff ’s attorney: Smith Buss Jacobs, 914-476-0600; 733 Yonkers Ave., Yonkers 10704. Defendant: Harold Pinkard. Referee: Charles D’Agostino. Sale: Jan. 10, 10 a.m. Approximate lien: $19,438.36. PEEKSKILL, 51 Emmett Terrace. Two-family residence; lot size: .16 acre. Plaintiff: HSBC Bank USA National Association. Plaintiff ’s attorney: Frenkel, Lambert, Weiss, Weisman & Gordon, 631-969-3100; 53 Gibson St., Bay Shore 11706. Defendant: Bridgette Tambaro. Referee: Paul Noto. Sale: Jan. 10, 10 a.m. Approximate lien: $983,765.44. SCARSDALE, 39 Penny Lane. Single-family residence: lot size: 1.0 acre. Plaintiff: Bank of America National Association. Plaintiff ’s attorney: Shapiro, DiCaro & Barak, 877-759-1835; 175 Mile Crossing Blvd., Rochester 14624. Defendant: Radu Toedorescu. Referee: Steven Lubowitz. Sale: Jan. 10, 10:30 a.m. Approximate lien: $1,095,250.05. YONKERS, 49 and 51 Curans Lane. Single-family residence; lot size: .07 acre. Plaintiff: Woods Oviatt Gilman LLP, 585-987-2800; 700 Crossroads Building, 2 State St., Rochester 14614. Defendant: Ivan Anchev. Referee: Cassie Dogali. Sale: Jan. 10, 9:30 a.m. Approximate lien: $322,446.39.

JUDGMENTS Broadway Construction LLC, New York City. $4,684 in favor of HH Benfield Electrical Supply, White Plains. Filed Dec. 14. Cali Brothers Inc., Peekskill. $26,205 in favor of United Rentals North America Inc., Hicksville. Filed Dec. 13. Feliz Restaurant Inc., Yonkers. $261,558 in favor of Flames Brick Oven Pizza Inc., Bronx. Filed Dec. 12. Mikes Plumbing and Heating, Smyrna. $5,014 in favor of Re Michel Company LLC. Filed Dec. 13. Nemos Venture LLC, Mount Kisco. $8,063 in favor of Easton Baseball/ Softball Inc., Van Nuys, Calif. Filed Dec. 14. Renatus Construction LLC, White Plains. $24,029 in favor of Gerdau Long Steel North America, Tampa, Fla. Filed Dec. 12.

LIS PENDENS The following filings indicated a legal action has been initiated, the outcome of which may affect the title to the property listed. Bonilla-Izaguirre, Barbara, et al. Filed by U.S. Bank N.A. Action: seeks to foreclose on a mortgage to secure $493,500 affecting property located at 266 McLean Ave., Yonkers 10705. Filed Aug. 10. Booker, Bernard, et al. Filed by Deutsche Bank National Trust Co. Action: seeks to foreclose on a mortgage to secure $240,000 affecting property located at 556 S. 11th Ave., Mount Vernon 10550. Filed Aug. 6. Cabrera, Tomas, et al. Filed by Wilmington Trust Co. Action: seeks to foreclose on a mortgage to secure $385,000 affecting property located at 32 Pratt St., New Rochelle 10801. Filed Aug. 10. Campbell, Paul, et al. Filed by Countrywide Home Loans Inc. Action: seeks to foreclose on a mortgage to secure an unspecified amount affecting property located at 420 S. Fourth Ave., Mount Vernon 10550. Filed Aug. 10. Charley, Florence, et al. Filed by HSBC Bank USA N.A. Action: seeks to foreclose on a mortgage to secure $580,000 affecting property located at 224 Bradley Ave., Mount Vernon 10552. Filed Aug. 10. Crisp, Coren, et al. Filed by Federal National Mortgage Association. Action: seeks to foreclose on a mortgage to secure $326,548 affecting property located at 444 Bedford Ave., Mount Vernon 10553. Filed Aug. 10. Dunchie, Desmond G., et al. Filed by Mooi River LLC. Action: seeks to foreclose on a mortgage to secure $59,000 affecting property located at 439 Homestead Ave., Mount Vernon 10553. Filed Aug. 11. Flood, John Timothy, et al. Filed by Sovereign Bank. Action: seeks to foreclose on a mortgage to secure $430,000 affecting property located at 171 Pershing Ave., New Rochelle. Filed Aug. 12. Gachpazany, Mehrdad, et al. Filed by Raymond James Bank N.A. Action: seeks to foreclose on a mortgage to secure $595,000 affecting property located at 98 Travis Road, Baldwin Place 10505. Filed Aug. 7. Golden, Rita M., et al. Filed by JPMorgan Chase Bank N.A. Action: seeks to foreclose on a mortgage to secure $417,000 affecting property located at 25 Ridgedale Road, Scarsdale 10583. Filed Aug. 10.

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Gould, Kathleen Kavanagh, et al. Filed by E* Trade Bank. Action: seeks to foreclose on a mortgage to secure $430,000 affecting property located at 90 Greenridge Ave., White Plains 10605. Filed Aug. 7.

Santana, Sarah, et al. Filed by JPMorgan Chase Bank N.A. Action: seeks to foreclose on a mortgage to secure $333,700 affecting property located at 887 Scarsdale Road, Scarsdale 10583. Filed Aug. 10.

Grivas, Esther, et al. Filed by Urban Financial of America LLC. Action: seeks to foreclose on a mortgage to secure $630,000 affecting property located at 145 Park View Road, Pound Ridge 10576. Filed Aug. 11.

Smith, Ruth T., et al. Filed by Reverse Mortgage Solutions Inc. Action: seeks to foreclose on a mortgage to secure an unspecified amount affecting property located at 133 State St., Ossining 10562. Filed Aug. 7.

Guaman, Edgar, et al. Filed by U.S. Bank N.A. Action: seeks to foreclose on a mortgage to secure $467,500 affecting property located at 115 Brandon Road, Yonkers 10704. Filed Aug. 11. Isidoro, Hilario, et al. Filed by U.S. Bank N.A. Action: seeks to foreclose on a mortgage to secure $528,750 affecting property located at 18 Ridgeview Ave., White Plains 10605. Filed Aug. 6. Larsen, Linda, et al. Filed by Seven Oaks Management Corp. Action: seeks to foreclose on a mortgage to secure $370,000 affecting property located at 18 Oak Ave., Eastchester. Filed Aug. 7. Leahy, Mary Beth, et al. Filed by HSBC Bank USA N.A. Action: seeks to foreclose on a mortgage to secure an unspecified amount affecting property located at 298 Saw Mill River Road, New Castle 10546. Filed Aug. 7. Mitchell, Donalene, et al. Filed by HSBC Bank USA N.A. Action: seeks to foreclose on a mortgage to secure $442,000 affecting property located at 22 and 24 Mulberry St., Yonkers 10701. Filed Aug. 10. Molina, Rosa, et al. Filed by Wells Fargo Bank N.A. Action: seeks to foreclose on a mortgage to secure $326,463 affecting property located at 18 S. Stone Ave., Elmsford 10523. Filed Aug. 7. Perry, Brenda, et al. Filed by HSBC Bank USA N.A. Action: seeks to foreclose on a mortgage to secure $504,394 affecting property located at 174 Benefield Blvd., Peekskill 10566. Filed Aug. 11. Reid, Taftaleen, et al. Filed by U.S. Bank N.A. Action: seeks to foreclose on a mortgage to secure $380,000 affecting property located at 147 Hawthorne Ave., Yonkers 10701. Filed Aug. 7. Rodrigues, Mirna, et al. Filed by Wells Fargo Bank N.A. Action: seeks to foreclose on a mortgage to secure $350,000 affecting property located at 8 Beacon St., Yonkers 10701. Filed Aug. 6. Rodriguez, Genaro, et al. Filed by Bank of America N.A. Action: seeks to foreclose on a mortgage to secure $202,800 affecting property located at 74 Townsend St., Port Chester 10573. Filed Aug. 7.

Steppe, Sean, et al. Filed by JPMorgan Chase Bank N.A. Action: seeks to foreclose on a mortgage to secure $293,780 affecting property located at 146 Beechwood Ave., Mount Vernon 10553. Filed Aug. 10. Westchester County public administrator for the estate of Winnie C. Reid, et al. Filed by The Bank of New York. Action: seeks to foreclose on a mortgage to secure $400,000 affecting property located at 213 Lawrence St., Mount Vernon 10552. Filed Aug. 7. Zhu, Yi, et al. Filed by ABS Inc. Action: seeks to foreclose on a mortgage to secure an unspecified amount affecting property located at 19 Chatterton Ave., White Plains 10606. Filed Aug. 11.

NEW BUSINESSES

HAC Trucking, 37 Orchard Lane, Elmsford 10523, c/o Hilda Almerco Castaneda. Filed Feb. 25. Kay-Elli Services, 300 S. Central Ave., Hartsdale 10530, c/o Kelli Lola Naik. Filed Feb. 23. Mythic Mentoring, 18 Devonshire Drive, Canterbury Crossing, Yorktown 10598, c/o Joan S. Monk. Filed Feb. 23. R. Gary Weidelman, CPA, 2488 Murphy Court, Yorktown Heights 10598, c/o R. Gary Weidelman. Filed Feb. 25. Roberts Auto Sales, 299 Saw Mill River Road, Yonkers 10701, c/o Robert N. Fanek. Filed Feb. 24. Rosa’s Consulting Services, 23 Water Grant St., Suite 107, Yonkers 10701, c/o Rosa E. Gomez. Filed Feb. 26. Sim is Hair, 4E Hartsdale Ave., Hartsdale 10530, c/o Sam Sub Sim. Filed Feb. 23. Studio95, 95 Main St., Ossining 10562, c/o Susana D. Radparvar. Filed Feb. 25. TechScribeSolutions, P.O. Box 303, Jefferson Valley 10535, c/o Gabriel Pompe. Filed Feb. 23.

This paper is not responsible for typographical errors contained in the original filings.

The Okeefe Condominium Association, 581 N. State Road, Briarcliff Manor 10510, c/o J. Fred Indorf. Filed Feb. 25.

Sole Proprietorships

The Perfect Party NY, 26 Bronxville Glen Drive, No. 4-11, Bronxville 10708, c/o Patricia Aronson. Filed Feb. 23.

1A Pest Control, 82 Bank St., Suite 4G, White Plains 10606, c/o Frankenny Barcacel. Filed Feb. 23. Alex Meats and Provisions, 48 Ridgewood Ave., First floor, Yonkers 10704, c/o Alejandro Martinez. Filed Feb. 26. Darlin’s Family Daycare, 48 Ridgewood Ave., First floor, Yonkers 10704, c/o Darlin Martinez. Filed Feb. 26. Eastchester Inn, 220 Main St., Eastchester 10707, c/o Albert J. Frey. Filed Feb. 25. Education for Tots, 1155 Warburton Ave., Yonkers 10701, c/o Daray Simmons. Filed Feb. 24. F.C. Snax, 330 N. Terrace Ave., Mount Vernon 10550, c/o Frances Joseph Condon. Filed Feb. 24. Gabriel Pompe, 3865 Fawn Court, Shrub Oak 10588, c/o Gabriel Pompe. Filed Feb. 23.

The Playbook Lab, 21 Frog Rock Road, Armonk 10504, c/o Thomas R. Hess. Filed Feb. 25.

PATENTS Channel-last replacement metal-gate vertical field effect transistor. Patent no. 9,525,064 issued to Karthik Balakrishnan, White Plains; Kangguo Cheng, Schenectady; Pouya Hashemi, White Plains; and Alexander Reznicek, Troy. Assigned to International Business Machines Corp., Armonk. Client-side aggregation of nested resource dependencies. Patent no. 9,525,721 issued to Charles E. Dumont, Pepperell, Mass.; and Dan Dumont, Pepperell, Mass. Assigned to International Business Machines Corp., Armonk. Collaborative-based caching. Patent no. 9,525,751 issued to Joel Duquene, Raleigh, N.C.; Morris S. Johnson Jr., Cary, N.C.; Henri F. Meli, Morrisville, N.C.; and Adrienne Y. Miller, Durham, N.C. Assigned to International Business Machines Corp., Armonk.


FACTS & FIGURES Deploying a portion of a streaming application to one or more virtual machines. Patent no. 9,525,715 issued to Lance Bragstad, Pine Island, Minn.; Michael J. Branson, Rochester, Minn.; Bin Cao, Rochester, Minn.; James E. Carey, Rochester, Minn.; and Mathew R. Odden, Rochester, Minn. Assigned to International Business Machines Corp., Armonk. Fringing field dielectrophoresis assembly of carbon nanotubes. Patent no. 9,525,147 issued to Qing Cao, Yorktown Heights; Kangguo Cheng, Schenectady; Shu-Jen Han, Cortlandt Manor; Zhengwen Li, Scarsdale; and Fei Liu, Yorktown Heights. Assigned to International Business Machines Corp., Armonk. Linear magnetoresistive random access memory device with a self-aligned contact above MRAM nanowire. Patent no. 9,525,125 issued to Anthony J. Annunziata, Stamford; Conn.; and Rohit Kilaru, New York. Assigned to International Business Machines Corp., Armonk. Managing data flows in software-defined network using network interface card. Patent no. 9,525,618 issued to Casimer M. DeCusatis, Poughkeepsie; and Keshav G. Kamble, Fremont, Calif. Assigned to International Business Machines Corp., Armonk. Real-time audience attention measurement and dashboard display. Patent no. 9,525,952 issued to Scott G. Bowden, Atlanta, Ga.; Christopher J. Dawson, Arlington, Va.; and Sanjeev Kumar V. Marimekala, Naugatuck, Conn. Assigned to International Business Machines Corp., Armonk. Resource management in a presentation environment. Patent no. 9,525,693 issued to Adam T. Clark, Mantorville, Minn.; John S. Mysak, Rochester, Minn.; Aspen L. Payton, Byron, Minn.; John E. Petri, St. Charles, Minn.; and Michael D. Pfeifer, Rochester, Minn. Assigned to International Business Machines Corp., Armonk. Voltage charge pump with segmented boost capacitors. Patent no. 9,525,338 issued to Christopher P. Miller, Underhill, Vt. Assigned to International Business Machines Corp., Armonk.

HUDSON VALLEY BUILDING LOANS Above $1 million Silo Ridge Ventures Property A LLC, as owner. Lender: CPIF Lending LLC. Property: in Amenia. Amount: $15 million. Filed Dec. 12.

Below $1 million Coschigano, Jason, et al, as owner. Lender: Rhinebeck Bank. Property: in Wappinger. Amount: $576,000. Filed Dec. 13. Galluccio, Gregory S., et al, Greenwood Lake, as owner. Lender: Walden Savings Bank, Montgomery. Property: in Warwick. Amount: $552,000. Filed Dec. 14.

Withall, Michael S., Ulster Park, as owner. Lender: Rondout Savings Bank, Kingston. Property: 1688 Route 213, Ulster Park. Amount: $150,000. Filed Dec. 13.

DEEDS Above $1 million 200 Elm Realty LLC, Lewiston, Me. Seller: Glen 6 Associates Inc., New York City. Property: 2503-2507 Route 6, Carmel. Amount: $2.3 million. Filed Nov. 23. BDL LLC, New Windsor. Seller: LOC Realty Corp., et al, New Windsor. Property: 1116 and 1126 River Road, New Windsor 12553. Amount: $2 million. Filed Dec. 20. Catskill Park LLC, Oyster Bay. Seller: Darryl C. Deitz, et al, Kingston. Property: 436-449 Route 28, Ulster. Amount: $1.2 million. Filed Dec. 15.

DTM Capital Holdings LLC, Monroe. Seller: Bank of America N.A. Property: 9 Forshee St., Monroe 10950. Amount: $85,000. Filed Dec. 13.

Brookfield Global Relocation Services LLC, Burr Ridge, Ill. Seller: Christopher J. Duffner, et al, Central Valley. Property: in Woodbury. Amount: $375,000. Filed Dec. 16.

E.F. Baecher LLC, Wappingers Falls. Seller: The Bank of New York Mellon. Property: 431 Pine Ridge Drive, Wappinger 12590. Amount: $210,000. Filed Dec. 16.

BSD Lizensk Corp., Middletown. Seller: John E. Bach, Jr., Goshen. Property: 31 Revere Circle, Washingtonville 10992. Amount: $102,000. Filed Dec. 19.

Equity Homes of New York Inc., Port Jervis. Seller: Michael Lalima, et al, Maybrook. Property: in Greenville. Amount: $56,500. Filed Dec. 14.

Haven Homes Group LLC, Cornwall-on-Hudson. Seller: The Bank of New York Mellon. Property: 776 Jackson Ave., New Windsor 12553. Amount: $83,450. Filed Dec. 15.

EXR LLC, Spring Valley. Seller: U.S. Bank N.A. Property: 105 Old Post Road 4, Millerton 12546. Amount: $49,500. Filed Dec. 13.

Highly Authorized LLC, Ellenville. Seller: Schneer Z. Zirkind, Brooklyn. Property: 1 Glass St., Ellenville. Amount: $42,000. Filed Dec. 13.

F. Brigs Development Corp., Walden. Seller: Wallace W. Grahn, et al, Walden. Property: 33-35 Railroad Ave., Walden 12586. Amount: $205,000. Filed Dec. 19.

Homescapes Realty Inc., Purchase. Seller: U.S. Bank N.A. Property: 43 Reservoir Road, Carmel 10512. Amount: $321,114. Filed Nov. 21.

Built Parcel Five LLC, Poughkeepsie. Seller: Patrick Gannon, Poughkeepsie. Property: in Poughkeepsie. Amount: $48,500. Filed Dec. 15. Champion Mortgage Co. Seller: Martin A. Colombo, et al, Pine Bush. Property: 40 Sherry Lane, Shawangunk 12566. Amount: $200,674. Filed Dec. 14.

Below $1 million

Christiana Trust. Seller: Ronald J. Salvato, Goshen. Property: 14 Woodstock Lane, Middletown 10941. Amount: $327,054. Filed Dec. 14.

Gruber, Bryce, et al, New York City, as owner. Lender: Rondout Savings Bank, Kingston. Property: 41 Park Ave., Woodstock. Amount: $228,000. Filed Dec. 16.

15 Seitz Terrace LLC, Poughkeepsie. Seller: Chester H. Gordon, Poughkeepsie. Property: 15 Seitz Terrace, Poughkeepsie 12603. Amount: $169,500. Filed Dec. 13.

CU Members Mortgage. Seller: Niki Pagones Quinn, Wappingers Falls. Property: 22 Caywood Road, Poughkeepsie 12603. Amount: $232,500. Filed Dec. 16.

Itzkowitz, Shlome, Monroe, as owner. Lender: TD Bank N.A. Property: 17 Blueberry Lane, Highland Mills. Amount: $460,000. Filed Dec. 16.

208 Buena-V LLC, Rhinebeck. Seller: Red Wing Properties Inc., Stormville. Property: in Milan. Amount: $150,000. Filed Dec. 16.

Lafleur, Francois, as owner. Lender: Citizens Bank N.A. Property: in Stanford. Amount: $900,000. Filed Dec. 15.

27 Tietjen LLC, Stone Ridge. Seller: Michael B. Every, et al, Kingston. Property: in Kingston. Amount: $75,000. Filed Dec. 9.

Deutsche Bank National Trust Co. Seller: Jennifer Madden, Kingston. Property: 22 Burgevin St., Kingston 12401. Amount: $396,287. Filed Dec. 9.

Pannone, Christopher, et al, Gardiner, as owner. Lender: Ulster Savings Bank, Kingston. Property: 120 Trapps Road, Gardiner 12525. Amount: $377,442. Filed Dec. 13.

39 M LLC, Brooklyn. Seller: Angela E. Coviello, Highland Mills. Property: Museum Village Road, Blooming Grove. Amount: $19,800. Filed Dec. 20.

Powers, Casey, Pine Bush, as owner. Lender: M&T Bank, Buffalo. Property: 343 Lake Shore Drive, Shawangunk 12566. Amount: $84,634. Filed Dec. 16.

39 M LLC, Brooklyn. Seller: Angela E. Coviello, Highland Mills. Property: Hill Ave., Woodbury. Amount: $357,500. Filed Dec. 20.

Radzicki, Rebecca, et al, Walden, as owner. Lender: Walden Savings Bank, Montgomery. Property: in Newburgh. Amount: $133,095. Filed Dec. 19. Stanley, Gregory, et al, Jersey City, N.J., as owner. Lender: Hometown Bank of the Hudson Valley, Walden. Property: 41 Samsonville Road, Kerhonkson 12446. Amount: $479,028. Filed Dec. 9. Waxter, Dorsey, et al, as owner. Lender: Salisbury Bank and Trust Co. Property: in Stanford. Amount: $680,000. Filed Dec. 15.

7 Mountain View Properties LLC, Montgomery. Seller: James J. Robertson, et al, Pine Bush. Property: in Crawford. Amount: $130,000. Filed Dec. 15. 92 Roe Ave LLC, Highland Falls. Seller: U.S. Bank N.A. Property: 16 Cedar Lane, New Windsor 12553. Amount: $55,684. Filed Dec. 19. Bloomingdale Road Holdings LLC, Brooklyn. Seller: Deutsche Bank National Trust Co. Property: 37 Martyn Lane, Accord 12404. Amount: $215,250. Filed Dec. 15.

Forsons Realty Corp., Wappingers Falls. Seller: Fides Domini, Wappingers Falls. Property: in Wappinger. Amount: $150,000. Filed Dec. 14.

Brookfield Global Relocation Services LLC, Burr Ridge, Ill. Seller: Ajay Anand, et al, Fishkill. Property: in Fishkill. Amount: $348,500. Filed Dec. 16.

Deutsche Bank National Trust Co. Seller: John Swift, III, Goshen. Property: 45 Karen Drive, Middletown 10940. Amount: $314,316. Filed Dec. 13. Deutsche Bank National Trust Co. Seller: Leslie A. Baum, Poughkeepsie. Property: 13 S. Remsen Ave., Wappingers Falls 12590. Amount: $544,000. Filed Dec. 12. Double R Capital Inc., Poughkeepsie. Seller: Diane Pandolfi Foley, Wappingers Falls. Property: 3 Millholland Drive, Unit E, Fishkill 12524. Amount: $96,500. Filed Dec. 15. Double R Capital Inc., Poughkeepsie. Seller: Jode Susan Millman, Poughkeepsie. Property: 1005 Fox Lane, Poughkeepsie 12603. Amount: $78,500. Filed Dec. 15. Double R Capital Inc., Poughkeepsie. Seller: Kelly Brady, Poughkeepsie. Property: 242 Crestwood Court, Fishkill 12524. Amount: $160,500. Filed Dec. 15. Double R Capital Inc., Poughkeepsie. Seller: Rachel Flanagan Frost, Fishkill. Property: 7A Knightsbridge, Poughkeepsie. Amount: $32,000. Filed Dec. 15.

Farella Family LLC, Vails Gate. Seller: Iolar LLC, Hollis. Property: in Cornwall-on-Hudson. Amount: $35,000. Filed Dec. 13. Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corp. Seller: Edward C. Bruno, Pine Bush. Property: 16 Fairview Ave., Middletown 10940. Amount: $106,955. Filed Dec. 19. Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corp. Seller: Henry Christensen, Goshen. Property: 27 Long View Drive, Unionville 10988. Amount: $418,602. Filed Dec. 20. Federal National Mortgage Association. Seller: Dawn M. Markling, Minneapolis, Minn. Property: 87 Ulster Ave., Ulster Park 12487. Amount: $126,387. Filed Dec. 14. Federal National Mortgage Association. Seller: Jacqueline Martin, Poughkeepsie. Property: 25 Siebrecht Road, Pleasant Valley 12569. Amount: $208,500. Filed Dec. 12. Federal National Mortgage Association. Seller: Joseph A. Charbonneau, Brewster. Property: 7 Nancy Road, Brewster 10509. Amount: $347,096. Filed Nov. 21. Federal National Mortgage Association. Seller: Julio Carrillo, et al, Florida. Property: 269 Goodwill Road, Montgomery 12549. Amount: $601,392. Filed Dec. 19. Federal National Mortgage Association. Seller: Richard Schisano, Newburgh. Property: 8 Indian Trail North, Greenwood Lake 10925. Amount: $86,878. Filed Dec. 15. Fiden Realty Inc., Goshen. Seller: John Lucas, Goshen. Property: 1696 Route 17M, Goshen 10924. Amount: $220,000. Filed Dec. 16.

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Greenland Services Agency LLC, Brooklyn. Seller: Lesley A. Forman, Monroe. Property: 46 Duelk Ave., Blooming Grove. Amount: $250,000. Filed Dec. 19.

Household Finance Realty Corporation of New York, Brandon, Fla. Seller: Charles E. Stewart, III, Pawling. Property: 13 Dara Lane, Wappingers Falls 12590. Amount: $326,500. Filed Dec. 16. Housing Opportunity Partners REO LLC, Eureka, Calif. Seller: Jhon J. Vargas, Wappingers Falls. Property: 17-19 Liberty St., Kingston 12401. Amount: $90,000. Filed Dec. 9. HSBC Bank USA N.A. Seller: Allan B. Rappleyea, Poughkeepsie. Property: 609 Salt Point Turnpike, Poughkeepsie 12601. Amount: $295,500. Filed Dec. 15. Hudson Valley Real Estate Partners LLC, Newburgh. Seller: Resi REO Sub LLC, Frederiksted, U.S.V.I. Property: 58 Carson Ave., Newburgh 12550. Amount: $30,604. Filed Dec. 13. Im Yirtzeh Hashem LLC, Monroe. Seller: Wells Fargo Bank N.A. Property: 15 Bonnell Place, Middletown 10940. Amount: $17,200. Filed Dec. 14. Joel VB LLC, Monroe. Seller: Sunview Equities Inc., Monroe. Property: in Monroe. Amount: $150,000. Filed Dec. 19. JPMorgan Chase Bank N.A. Seller: Patrick Gartland, Poughkeepsie. Property: 79 Ten Mile River Drive, Dover Plains 12522. Amount: $303,500. Filed Dec. 15. Lakeside Property Management LLC, Greenwood Lake. Seller: Alice M. Serpi, et al, Monroe. Property: in Greenwood Lake. Amount: $220,000. Filed Dec. 20. Lazarus Rising LLC, Fishkill. Seller: 193-195 Main St LLC, Beacon. Property: in Beacon. Amount: $770,000. Filed Dec. 12.

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FACTS & FIGURES LRG Sales Inc., Marlboro. Seller: Anthony Mignone, Highland Mills. Property: 3 Larkspur Drive, Hopewell Junction 12533. Amount: $175,500. Filed Dec. 14. LRG Sales Inc., Marlboro. Seller: Halil Alijaj, LaGrangeville. Property: 17 Brothers Road, Wappingers Falls 12590. Amount: $145,000. Filed Dec. 14. M-M2 RE Holdings 3 LLC, Salt Point. Seller: Leslie A. Baum, Poughkeepsie. Property: 3 Hook Road, 64H, Poughkeepsie 12601. Amount: $72,000. Filed Dec. 13. M&T Bank, Buffalo. Seller: Laurence A. Clemente, Goshen. Property: 5 Tanglewood Drive, Goshen 10924. Amount: $135,000. Filed Dec. 20. MTGLQ Investors LP. Seller: Peter G. Botti, Goshen. Property: 3 Sharon Drive, Middletown. Amount: $230,000. Filed Dec. 16. MTGLQ Investors LP. Seller: Steven E. Cardio, et al, Poughkeepsie. Property: 20 Kents Road, Hopewell Junction 12533. Amount: $186,000. Filed Dec. 13. Newburgh Prime LLC, Pomona. Seller: Yehuda Loeffler, Spring Valley. Property: 106 Capital Drive, Washingtonville 10992. Amount: $200,000. Filed Dec. 13. NRZ REO V-2 Corp., Miami, Fla. Seller: Jose Gonzalez, et al, Walden. Property: 280 Van Burenville Road, Circleville 10940. Amount: $214,224. Filed Dec. 19. Origin Properties LLC, Accord. Seller: Marilyn E. Jaxheimer, Olivebridge. Property: in Olive. Amount: $360,000. Filed Dec. 13. PHH Mortgage Corp., Mount Laurel, N.J. Seller: Matthew G. Vanacoro, Jr., et al, Carmel. Property: 75 Willow Trail Court, Carmel 10512. Amount: $226,671. Filed Nov. 22. R and A Abrams LLC, Dover Plains. Seller: Redmond W. Abrams, Dover Plains. Property: in Amenia. Amount: $200,000. Filed Dec. 16. Salisbury Bank and Trust Co., Lakeville, Conn. Seller: Sarah E. Sholes, Poughkeepsie. Property: 3735 Route 44, Millbrook. Amount: $275,000. Filed Dec. 16. Sjar Realty LLC, Montgomery. Seller: Shayne P. Crowley, Montgomery. Property: in Montgomery. Amount: $135,000. Filed Dec. 15. Sleight Farm Homes LLC, Wappingers Falls. Seller: Erin L. Plasse, et al, Poughkeepsie. Property: in Poughkeepsie. Amount: $230,000. Filed Dec. 13.

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Sorelle Realty Inc., Middletown. Seller: John F. Monahan, Jr. Property: in Middletown. Amount: $165,000. Filed Dec. 14. Structured Asset Securities Corporation Mortgage Loan Trust Mortgage Pass-through Certificates Series 2006-BC4. Seller: Lee David Klein, Poughkeepsie. Property: 106 Oak Park Terrace, Wappingers Falls 12590. Amount: $421,500. Filed Dec. 14. The Bank of New York Mellon. Seller: Theoni Stamos-Salotto, Hopewell Junction. Property: 76 Brandy Lane, Wappingers Falls 12590. Amount: $356,500. Filed Dec. 13. Thermadise City LLC, Millbrook. Seller: JC Dutchess Realty LLC, Mount Kisco. Property: 47 Overocker Road, Poughkeepsie. Amount: $350,000. Filed Dec. 13. Town of Wawarsing, Ellenville. Seller: Natalia Chawtur, et al, Ellenville. Property: 55 Carlo Drive, Wawarsing. Amount: $130,399. Filed Dec. 16. Town of New Windsor, New Windsor. Seller: New Windsor Business Park Associates LLC, Hicksville. Property: 284-296 Temple Hill Road, New Windsor 12553. Amount: $52,000. Filed Dec. 19. Tuxedo Park Affiliates Realty Ltd., Tuxedo. Seller: Tuxedo Park Associates, Tuxedo. Property: in Tuxedo. Amount: $55,000. Filed Dec. 15. Tuxedo Park Properties LLC, Fort Lee, N.J. Seller: Michael A. Dyne, et al, Monroe. Property: in Tuxedo Park. Amount: $630,000. Filed Dec. 19. U.S. Bank N.A. Seller: Paul Brite, Newburgh. Property: 293 Robinson Ave., Newburgh 12550. Amount: $191,352. Filed Dec. 15. U.S. Bank Trust N.A. Seller: Anthony Carlini, Jr., Wappingers Falls. Property: 209 N. Grand Ave., Poughkeepsie 12603. Amount: $182,000. Filed Dec. 16. U.S. Bank Trust N.A. Seller: Gregory G. Houghtalin, Monticello. Property: 13 Roosevelt Place, Newburgh 12550. Amount: $151,117. Filed Dec. 14. U.S. Bank Trust N.A. Seller: Susan M. Sullivan-Bisceglia, Wappingers Falls. Property: 207 S. Grand Ave., Poughkeepsie. Amount: $170,000. Filed Dec. 13. Vayy Corp., Middletown. Seller: Martin Hersh, Liberty. Property: 4 Polly Kay Drive, Middletown 10940. Amount: $115,000. Filed Dec. 19.

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Wells Fargo Bank N.A. Seller: Patrick E. Farrell, New Hyde Park. Property: 68 Furnace Trail, Greenwood Lake 10925. Amount: $93,318. Filed Dec. 13.

Pinpoint Digital Media Inc., Monroe. $19,500 in favor of the Workers’ Compensation Board of the State of New York, Schenectady. Filed April 12.

Wilmington Savings Fund Society FSB. Seller: Adam Acard, LaGrangeville. Property: 136 Bloomer Road, LaGrangeville 12540. Amount: $275,000. Filed Dec. 16.

Stoneridge Agricultural Venture Inc., Stone Ridge. $12,160 in favor of the New York State Department of Labor, Albany. Filed Dec. 12.

Wilmington Savings Fund Society FSB. Seller: Ariana Jean Antonelli, New Windsor. Property: 50 S. Miller St., Newburgh 12550. Amount: $222,354. Filed Dec. 20.

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Wilmington Savings Fund Society FSB. Seller: Robert Hunter, Monticello. Property: 1156 Lakes Road, Monroe 10950. Amount: $290,000. Filed Dec. 13. Wilmington Savings Fund Society FSB. Seller: Samuel P. Brooke, Poughkeepsie. Property: 39 S. Randolph Ave., Poughkeepsie 12601. Amount: $190,000. Filed Dec. 13. Worldwide Data Comm Inc., Newburgh. Seller: Jennifer Rys, New Windsor. Property: in New Windsor. Amount: $158,000. Filed Dec. 19.

JUDGMENTS Aurora Senior Living of East Hartford LLC, $15,026 in favor of Triple A Supplies Inc., Newburgh. Filed Dec. 14. Catlin Inn LLC, Otisville. $128,000 in favor of the Workers’ Compensation Board of the State of New York, Schenectady. Filed April 12. Centennial Plus Industries, Newburgh. $8,000 in favor of the Workers’ Compensation Board of the State of New York, Schenectady. Filed April 12. Dance Revolution Inc., Port Jervis. $9,500 in favor of the Workers’ Compensation Board of the State of New York, Schenectady. Filed April 12. Deligny Brothers Excavating LLC, Bloomingburg. $7,872 in favor of Orange and Rockland Utilities Inc., Pearl River. Filed Dec. 14. Elant Inc., Goshen. $1,362 in favor of Caretech Group LLC, Spring Valley. Filed Dec. 19. Hudson Valley Nursery and Outdoor Living Center Inc., New Hampton. $15,750 in favor of the Workers’ Compensation Board of the State of New York, Schenectady. Filed April 12. John Singh and Automotive Enthusiasts Inc., Middletown. $6,103 in favor of Universal Sunrise LLC, Cresskill, N.J. Filed Dec. 16.

The following filings indicated a legal action has been initiated, the outcome of which may affect the title to the property listed. 84 New Paltz Road LLC, et al. Filed by M and C of Dutchess Inc. Action: seeks to foreclose on a mortgage to secure $129,737 affecting property located in Lloyd. Filed Dec. 14. Acosta, Kitty S., et al. Filed by U.S. Bank N.A. Action: seeks to foreclose on a mortgage to secure $813,177 affecting property located at 22 Baron Drive, Warwick 10990. Filed July 13. Ahmed, Elaine Sassone, et al. Filed by Deutsche Bank National Trust Co. Action: seeks to foreclose on a mortgage to secure $272,000 affecting property located at 295 Main St., Cold Spring 10516. Filed Dec. 2. Barrios, Luz E., et al. Filed by The Bank of New York Mellon. Action: seeks to foreclose on a mortgage to secure $248,000 affecting property located at 20 Lake Shore Drive, Patterson 12563. Filed Dec. 14. Bennet, Catherine, et al. Filed by The Bank of New York Mellon. Action: seeks to foreclose on a mortgage to secure an unspecified amount affecting property located at 1 Shady Lane, Mahopac 10541. Filed Dec. 12. Broda, Tracy Lynn, as administratrix of the estate of Ardis P. AlAqarbeh, et al. Filed by U.S. Bank N.A. Action: seeks to foreclose on a mortgage to secure an undisclosed amount affecting property located at 477 Jersey Ave., Greenwood Lake 10925. Filed July 12.

Cabrera, Melvin, et al. Filed by Ocwen Loan Servicing LLC. Action: seeks to foreclose on a mortgage to secure $242,100 affecting property located at 9 White Oak Terrace, Hamptonburgh 10916. Filed July 11.

Edwards, Roger, et al. Filed by Bank of America N.A. Action: seeks to foreclose on a mortgage to secure $235,398 affecting property located at 1578 Route 209, Westbrookville 12785. Filed July 18.

Catron, Tracy P., et al. Filed by Emigrant Bank. Action: seeks to foreclose on a mortgage to secure $300,000 affecting property located at 25 Regency Drive, Poughkeepsie 12603. Filed Dec. 9.

Finch, Damon A., et al. Filed by Plaza Home Mortgage Inc. Action: seeks to foreclose on a mortgage to secure $233,923 affecting property located at 148 Holmes Road, Newburgh 12550. Filed July 11.

Clayton, Joann, et al. Filed by Reverse Mortgage Solutions Inc. Action: seeks to foreclose on a mortgage to secure $600,000 affecting property located at 100 Shore Drive, New Windsor 12553. Filed July 14.

Fokine, Alexander J., individually and as co-executor and co-trustee of the estate of Patricia Lee, et al. Filed by PCSB Bank. Action: seeks to foreclose on a mortgage to secure $120,000 affecting property located at 10 Ottawa Road, Patterson. Filed Dec. 8.

Cook, Elijah S., et al. Filed by Wells Fargo Bank N.A. Action: seeks to foreclose on a mortgage to secure $165,202 affecting property located at 647 Lakewood Road, Shawangunk 12466. Filed Dec. 15. Cornell, Paul Anthony, et al. Filed by Wells Fargo Bank N.A. Action: seeks to foreclose on a mortgage to secure $153,600 affecting property located at 684 Ohayo Mountain Road, Glenford 12433. Filed Dec. 14. D’Alessandro, Raymond R., et al. Filed by Wells Fargo Bank N.A. Action: seeks to foreclose on a mortgage to secure $231,000 affecting property located at 15 Fairmont Road, Mahopac 10541. Filed Dec. 9. Daley, Garfield A., et al. Filed by the State of New York Mortgage Agency. Action: seeks to foreclose on a mortgage to secure $310,650 affecting property located at 11-13 Rodman St., Middletown 10940. Filed July 11. Dobrowolski, Kazimiera, et al. Filed by JPMorgan Chase Bank N.A. Action: seeks to foreclose on a mortgage to secure an unspecified amount affecting property located at 258 Scotchtown Collabar, Middletown 10941. Filed July 13. Dorritie, Mary, et al. Filed by Central Mortgage Co. Action: seeks to foreclose on a mortgage to secure $265,500 affecting property located at 19 Angola Road, Cornwall 12518. Filed July 14.

Buckley, Michael P., et al. Filed by Federal National Mortgage Association. Action: seeks to foreclose on a mortgage to secure $301,000 affecting property located at 205 Main St., Montgomery 12543. Filed July 15.

Draper, Brenda J., et al. Filed by M&T Bank. Action: seeks to foreclose on a mortgage to secure $290,903 affecting property located at 88 Woodlake Drive, Unit 13, Middletown 10940. Filed July 12.

Busko, Alexei A., et al. Filed by JPMorgan Chase Bank N.A. Action: seeks to foreclose on a mortgage to secure $202,366 affecting property located at 3 Holiday Park, Newburgh 12550. Filed July 13.

Dyba, Stanley C., et al. Filed by Citibank N.A. Action: seeks to foreclose on a mortgage to secure $240,000 affecting property located at 14 Summit Ave., Harriman 10926. Filed July 13.

Gibbs, Blaine, et al. Filed by Mid-Hudson Valley Federal Credit Union. Action: seeks to foreclose on a mortgage to secure $214,500 affecting property located at 479 High Falls Road, Saugerties 12477. Filed Dec. 13. Gisser, Gordon G., et al. Filed by Deutsche Bank National Trust Co. Action: seeks to foreclose on a mortgage to secure $324,828 affecting property located at 40 Clinton Drive, Washingtonville 10992. Filed July 12. Godfrey, Daniel T., et al. Filed by Wells Fargo Bank N.A. Action: seeks to foreclose on a mortgage to secure an unspecified amount affecting property located at 4 Jerome Drive, Brewster 10509. Filed Dec. 12. Gomez, Jose Ivan, et al. Filed by Ditech Financial LLC. Action: seeks to foreclose on a mortgage to secure $179,200 affecting property located at 439 Third St., Newburgh 12550. Filed July 14. Gonzalez, Francisca, as administratrix and as heir and distributee of the estate of Juan Frias, et al. Filed by Deutsche Bank National Trust Co. Action: seeks to foreclose on a mortgage to secure $193,500 affecting property located at 7 Jay St., Middletown 10940. Filed July 15. Grinder, Norman W. Jr., et al. Filed by Walden Savings Bank. Action: seeks to foreclose on a mortgage to secure $116,250 affecting property located in Newburgh. Filed July 18. Gulnick, Burton Jr., as administrator of the estate of Linda Mastrella, et al. Filed by Nationstar Mortgage LLC. Action: seeks to foreclose on a mortgage to secure $352,500 affecting property located at 6 Grand St., Marlboro 12542. Filed Dec. 12. Gutierrez, Elizabeth, et al. Filed by Deutsche Bank National Trust Co. Action: seeks to foreclose on a mortgage to secure $195,000 affecting property located at 99 Orange Ave., Walden 12586. Filed July 18.


FACTS & FIGURES ATTACHMENTS-FILED I.K. Design Build LLC, Fairfield. Filed by Mark A. Iuraduri. $20,000 in favor of East Haven Builders Supply, East Haven. Property: 148 Shoreham Village Drive, Fairfield. Filed Nov. 21. I.K. Design Build LLC, Fairfield. Filed by Mark A. Iuraduri. $20,000 in favor of East Haven Builders Supply, East Haven. Property: 22 Barlow Place, Fairfield. Filed Nov. 21. I.K. Design Build LLC, Fairfield. Filed by Mark A. Iuraduri. $20,000 in favor of East Haven Builders Supply, East Haven. Property: 148 Shoreham Village Drive, Fairfield. Filed Nov. 22. Murtha, Thomas M., Newtown. Filed by Goldstein and Peck PC, Bridgeport. $350,000 in favor of Jevene J. Wright, Charmaine Wright, Bridgeport. Property: 102 Boggs Hill Road, Newtown. Filed Dec. 1.

BANKRUPTCIES Inventive USA LLC, 15 Newtown Lane, Trumbull. Chapter 7. Assets: $0 to $50,000. Liabilities: $100,000 to $500,000. Type of business: Limited liability company. Debtor’s attorney: Carl T. Gulliver, New Haven. Case no. 5:16-bk-51602. Filed Dec. 7.

BUILDING PERMITS COMMERCIAL 1540-1574 Boston Post Realty, Darien, contractor for self. Perform an interior fit-out in an existing commercial space for a new tenant at 1540-1574 Boston Post Road, Darien. Estimated cost: $75,000. Filed Dec. 6.

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A P Construction, Stamford, contractor for ESRT First Stamford Place SPE LLC. Demolish tenant space in an existing commercial space to construct a new area at 151 Greenwich Ave., Unit 200, Stamford. Estimated cost: $350,000. Filed between Dec. 5 and Dec 9. A P Construction, contractor for Stamford Physicians LLC. Perform an interior fit-out in an existing commercial space for a new tenant at 29 Hospital Plaza, Stamford. Estimated cost: $250,000. Filed between Dec. 5 and Dec 9. Alfiori Enterprises, contractor for self. Pour the foundation for a new commercial building at 44 Allwood Road, Darien. Estimated cost: $100,000. Filed Nov. 29. Co, Danjor, New York, N.Y., contractor for self. Perform a tenant fit-out in an existing commercial space for a new tenant at 115 New Canaan Ave., Norwalk. Estimated cost: $1,000. Filed Dec. 1. Conte Co., contractor for Noroton Yacht Club. Demolish a building on the property of an existing commercial space at 23 Baywater Drive, Darien. Estimated cost: $59,000. Filed Nov. 21. Fox Hill Builders, contractor for Clover Prop. Pour the foundation for a new commercial building at 67 Salem Straits, Darien. Estimated cost: $100,000. Filed Nov. 21. Mondo Gatto Inc., Southbury, contractor for Properties LLC. Perform an interior fit-out in an existing commercial space for a new tenant at 21 Forest St., New Canaan. Estimated cost: $215,000. Filed Nov. 4. Moran Construction Management LLC, Easton, contractor for E Properties LLC. Perform an interior fit-out in an existing commercial space for a new tenant at 215 Elm St., New Canaan. Estimated cost: $110,000. Filed Nov. 11. Santos, Rey, Greenwich, contractor for 19 West Elm Street Associates. Add a wall to a mixed-use building at 10 W. Elm St., Greenwich. Estimated cost: $5,000. Filed December 2016. Signature Construction Group of Connecticut Inc., Stamford, contractor for Four Stamford Plaza Owner LLC. Alter the seventh floor of an existing commercial space at 107 Elm St., Stamford. Estimated cost: $35,000. Filed between Dec. 5 and Dec 9. Stamford Sign & Graphics, Stamford, contractor for 863 East Main Street LLC. Add an exterior sign to an existing commercial space at 863 E. Main St., Stamford. Estimated cost: $1,000. Filed between Dec. 5 and Dec 9.

ON THE RECORD

Stamford Sign & Graphics, Stamford, contractor for Bellweather ENT R.E. Capital LLC. Add an exterior sign to an existing commercial space at 717 Atlantic St., Stamford. Estimated cost: $10,000. Filed between Dec. 5 and Dec 9.

ASJ Development LLC, New Canaan, contractor for Michael A. Lee Cerami, et al. Remodel a kitchen in an existing single-family residence and add a new roof at 697 Cheese Spring Road, New Canaan. Estimated cost: $25,000. Filed Nov. 2.

Tartaglia Ltd Partnership, Norwalk, contractor for self. Perform a tenant fit-out in an existing commercial space for a new tenant at 595 Connecticut Ave., Norwalk. Estimated cost: $1,000. Filed Nov. 30.

Atlantic City Builders, contractor for Kimberly Rose. Finish part of the basement in an existing single-family residence at 18 Edgewood Road, Darien. Estimated cost: $35,000. Filed Nov. 18.

Willnew Holdings LLC, New Canaan, contractor for self. Perform an interior fit-out in an existing commercial space for a new tenant at 126 Main St., New Canaan. Estimated cost: $3,000. Filed Oct. 31.

Bagatin Carpentry, Wilton, contractor for Brian G. Ladewig and Nicole F. Ladewig. Perform minor residential building improvements at 33 Wilton Crest, Wilton. Estimated cost: $21,000. Filed Nov. 28.

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Banette, Darien, contractor for self. Remove the shed on the property of an existing single-family residence at 367 Boston Post Road, Darien. Estimated cost: $1,000. Filed Nov. 16.

Abel Construction, contractor for Jeff Forlizzi. Finish the attic in an existing single-family residence at 31 Thomasince Lane, Darien. Estimated cost: $25,000. Filed Nov. 18. Able Body Construction LLC, Trumbull, contractor for Marc Tracy Kazlauskas. Renovate the kitchen and convert the porch into a family room at 93 Thayler Pond Road, New Canaan. Estimated cost: $100,000. Filed Nov. 4. ADI East Inc., South Salem, N.Y., contractor for R. Grosvenor Ely. Install a fireplace insert in the living room in an existing single-family residence at 71 Rowayton Ave., Norwalk. Estimated cost: $17,000. Filed Nov. 30. All Star Welding & Demolition, Danbury, contractor for Michael W. Robinson and Virginia B. Robinson. Demolish an existing single-family residence at 6 Smith Ridge Lane, New Canaan. Estimated cost: $30,000. Filed Nov. 1. Alves, Anderson, contractor for Conklin Antoinette. Remodel the kitchen and bathrooms in an existing single-family residence and replace the siding at 166 E. Middle Patent Road, Stamford. Estimated cost: $250,000. Filed between Nov. 28 and Dec 2. Amec Carting, Stamford, contractor for Livewell LLC. Demolish an existing single-family residence at 25 Gardiner St., Darien. Estimated cost: $10,000. Filed Nov. 18. Anello, John A., Greenwich, contractor for Maria A. Bier. Replace the wiring in an existing single-family residence at 66 Park Ave., Greenwich. Estimated cost: $1,000. Filed December 2016.

Barahona & Sons Contractors LLC, Stamford, contractor for Brian McGuire and Analia McGuire. Replace the windows in an existing single-family residence at 131 Mariomi Road, New Canaan. Estimated cost: $12,000. Filed Nov. 14. Bond Built, contractor for Robert Carroll. Add a detached garage to the property of an existing single-family residence at 65 Noroton Ave., Darien. Estimated cost: $30,000. Filed Nov. 16. Bradfors Estates, contractor for Mariela Cuccolo. Finish the attic in an existing single-family residence at 1 Gracie Lane, Darien. Estimated cost: $45,000. Filed Nov. 23. Canning, Hazel, Norwalk, contractor for self. Perform minor renovations to the bathroom in an existing single-family residence at 9 Cranbury Woods Road, Norwalk. Estimated cost: $12,400. Filed Nov. 30. Chmielewski, Lucyna and Piotr Chmielewski, Norwalk, contractor for self. Construct a superstructure for a new detached two-car garage at 4 Van Ness St., Norwalk. Estimated cost: $15,000. Filed Nov. 29. Complete Dismantling Services LLC, Stamford, contractor for Realty of Darien. Demolish an existing single-family residence at 132 Old Kings Highway South, Darien. Estimated cost: $8,000. Filed Nov. 4. Complete Dismantling Services LLC, Stamford, contractor for Oak Crest Development. Demolish an existing single-family residence at 4 Linda Lane, Darien. Estimated cost: $12,000. Filed Nov. 16.

C-Tec Solar, contractor for Beth Bergman. Add solar panels to the roof of an existing single-family residence at 33 Goodwives River, Darien. Estimated cost: $32,000. Filed Nov. 16. Darien Pool, Darien, contractor for Brook Beck. Upgrade the pool on the property of an existing single-family residence at 20 Deepwood Road, Darien. Estimated cost: $50,000. Filed Nov. 28. Devito, Thomas G., contractor for John Towers, et al. Renovate the kitchen in an existing single-family residence at 2658 Boston Post Road, Darien. Estimated cost: $45,000. Filed Nov. 18. Doherty Deleo, contractor for 76 Leewarden Road LLC. Construct a new dwelling at 76 Leewarden Road, Darien. Estimated cost: $997,000. Filed Nov. 16. Dreas, Emily and Charles Dreas, Norwalk, contractor for self. Reconfigure the kitchen and the bathroom in an existing single-family residence at 5 Craw Ave., Norwalk. Estimated cost: $25,000. Filed Nov. 30. Environmental Control Inc., Stratford, contractor for Highfield Farm LLC. Add ground-mounted solar panels to the property of an existing single-family residence at 201 Canoe Hill Road, New Canaan. Estimated cost: $145,000. Filed Nov. 3. Eri Building Design, contractor for Robert Gray. Add a deck around the pool on the property of an existing single-family residence at 1 Brush Is Road, Darien. Estimated cost: $120,000. Filed Nov. 18. Ericson Contracting, New Canaan, contractor for James Basch and Jennifer Basch. Renovate the bathrooms in an existing single-family residence at 295 Smith Ridge Road, New Canaan. Estimated cost: $60,000. Filed Nov. 15.

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Flying Colors Roof, contractor for Donald Fahey. Strip and reroof an existing single-family residence at 28 Coachlamp Lane, Darien. Estimated cost: $10,000. Filed Nov. 16. Fori, John, Stamford, contractor for 95 West Broad Street LLC. Furnish labor and materials to construct a multifamily residence at 95 W. Broad St., Stamford. Estimated cost: $2.6 million. Filed between Nov. 28 and Dec 2. Fox Hill Builders, contractor for Seagate LLC. Construct a new dwelling at 12 Seagate Road, Darien. Estimated cost: $1.2 million. Filed Nov. 28.

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FACTS & FIGURES G & S Renovations LLC, contractor for Eric H. Koehler, et al. Remodel the hall bathroom in an existing single-family residence at 285 West Lane, Stamford. Estimated cost: $25,000. Filed between Nov. 28 and Dec 2. Giacobbe, Frank, contractor for Irwin Hausman. Renovate the tub in an existing single-family residence at 77 Havemeyer Lane, Stamford. Estimated cost: $7,000. Filed between Dec. 5 and Dec 9. Greenwich Handyman Inc., Greenwich, contractor for Laura Pagello. Renovate the interior of an existing single-family residence and add a kitchen at 11 Grey Rock Drive, Greenwich. Estimated cost: $60,000. Filed December 2016. Hoffman Contracting LLC, New Canaan, contractor for John F. Homan and Kara K. Homan. Construct a new single-family residence with five bedrooms, five bathrooms, a three-car garage, a fireplace, an open patio, a covered patio, an unfinished attic and a finished basement at 24 Whiffle Tree Lane, New Canaan. Estimated cost: $806,000. Filed Nov. 10. Imian Partners, New Canaan, contractor for William H. Stimpson and Beth M. Stimpson. Expand the basement in an existing single-family residence at 60 White Oak Shade Road, New Canaan. Estimated cost: $23,000. Filed Nov. 7. In 2 Blue Design LLC, Norwalk, contractor for Laurence M. Sheiman and Heather M. Sheiman. Perform alterations to an existing single-family residence at 10 Woodway Road, Wilton. Estimated cost: $20,000. Filed Nov. 28. In 2 Blue Design LLC, Norwalk, contractor for Anthony G. Kolich and Mihaela Kolich. Add a swimming pool and spa to an existing single-family residence at 48 Driftway Lane, New Canaan. Estimated cost: $75,000. Filed Nov. 2. Ivan, Stephen, Norwalk, contractor for Thrane Patricia. Strip and reroof an existing single-family residence at 28 Upland Drive, Greenwich. Estimated cost: $11,000. Filed December 2016. J&J Pool, Newtown, contractor for Edward F. Lang and Kimberly J. Lang. Add a pool to an existing single-family residence at 204 Briscoe Road, New Canaan. Estimated cost: $75,000. Filed Nov. 7. Johnston, Philip R., contractor for Prospect Grove Condo Association. Install a new elevator push button in a condominium unit at 140-140 Grove St., Unit 255, Stamford. Estimated cost: $5,500. Filed between Nov. 28 and Dec 2.

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Kane, Kevin, Darien, contractor for self. Add a storage shed to the property of an existing single-family residence at 21 Coachlamp Lane, Darien. Estimated cost: $4,000. Filed Nov. 18.

Neuman, John F., contractor for Sandra Bonom. Add solar panels to the roof of an existing single-family residence at 3 Dora St., Unit 3, Stamford. Estimated cost: $15,444. Filed between Dec. 5 and Dec 9.

Kavanagh, Linda, Stamford, contractor for self. Remove and replace a garage on the property of an existing single-family residence at 102 Alton Road, Stamford. Estimated cost: Not available. Filed between Dec. 5 and Dec 9.

New England Custom Carpentry, Stamford, contractor for Rich Munoz. Renovate the bathrooms in an existing single-family residence at 19 Oak Shade Ave., Darien. Estimated cost: $25,000. Filed Nov. 28.

KNS Contracting LLC, Stratford, contractor for Elizabeth M. Peckham. Remodel the master bathroom in an existing single-family residence at 91 Overlook Drive, New Canaan. Estimated cost: $20,000. Filed Nov. 7. Kostyk Carpentry LLC, Bethel, contractor for Aris Kekedjian and Patricia Kekedjian. Add a garden shed to the property of an existing single-family residence at 309 Lukes Wood Road, New Canaan. Estimated cost: $20,000. Filed Nov. 10. Landwide Painting Services LLC, contractor for Tyson Warren and Neka Warren. Renovate the bathroom, bedroom and kitchen in an existing single-family residence at 489 Roxbury Road, Stamford. Estimated cost: $58,000. Filed between Dec. 5 and Dec 9.

Nikolas, Michael, Darien, contractor for self. Demolish an existing single-family residence at 2 Silver Lakes Drive, Darien. Estimated cost: $8,000. Filed Nov. 14. Paladino, Joseph, New Canaan, contractor for 186 Brushy Ridge Road LLC. Construct a new single-family residence with five bedrooms, five bathrooms, a three-car garage, an open patio, a covered patio, an unfinished attic and an unfinished basement at 186 Brushy Ridge Road, New Canaan. Estimated cost: $850,000. Filed Nov. 1. Pool Boy Pools, Cromwell, contractor for Anatole Joan Penchuk. Install an in-ground pool on the property of an existing single-family residence at 17 Autumn Lane, New Canaan. Estimated cost: $41,000. Filed Nov. 7.

LSC Ltd Liability Co., New Fairfield, contractor for Robert H. Meyerhoff. Construct a new fireplace in an existing single-family residence at 40 Wilshire Road, Greenwich. Estimated cost: $25,000. Filed December 2016.

Posigen CT LLC, contractor for Marcos Ramos, et al. Add solar panels to the roof of an existing single-family residence at 17 Marian St., Stamford. Estimated cost: $24,000. Filed between Nov. 28 and Dec 2.

Lucherini, Angelina, Stamford, contractor for self. Alter the bedroom, family room, bathroom and kitchen in an existing single-family residence at 15 Locust Lane, Stamford. Estimated cost: $25,000. Filed between Dec. 5 and Dec 9.

Power Home Remodeling Group LLC, Chester, Pa., contractor for Diana Dykes. Strip and reroof an existing single-family residence at 22 Dundee Road, Stamford. Estimated cost: $32,019. Filed between Nov. 28 and Dec 2.

M Delaney LLC, Norwalk, contractor for Alicia Miller. Finish a master bathroom in an existing single-family residence at 24 Winfield Court, Norwalk. Estimated cost: $2,000. Filed Nov. 30.

Prem Maintenance, Stamford, contractor for Henry A. Hofflich. Repair fire damage to an existing single-family residence at 96 Main St., New Canaan. Estimated cost: $75,000. Filed Nov. 2.

McGarrity Construction, contractor for Craig Sloan. Perform additions and alterations in an existing single-family residence at 19 Overbrook Lane, Darien. Estimated cost: $240,000. Filed Nov. 18.

Purepoint Energy LLC, Norwalk, contractor for Daniel Scarozza. Add solar panels to the roof of an existing single-family residence at 11 Broadview Terrace, Norwalk. Estimated cost: $17,233. Filed Nov. 30.

McGovern, Seamus, contractor for Lee Evelyn. Strip and reroof an existing single-family residence at 56 Puritan Lane, Stamford. Estimated cost: $6,000. Filed between Nov. 28 and Dec 2.

Renovation One LLC, New Canaan, contractor for Maiden Lane Group LLC. Demolish part of an existing single-family residence at 507 Smith Ridge Road, New Canaan. Estimated cost: $20,000. Filed Nov. 1.

ML Builders LLC, New Canaan, contractor for David R. Odenath and Stephanie S. Odenath. Remodel the kitchen in an existing single-family residence and relocate the staircase at 19 Clapboard Hill Road, New Canaan. Estimated cost: $110,000. Filed Nov. 3.

Rich and John Complete, Woodbury, contractor for Arjun Chandrashekar, et al. Perform minor residential building improvements at 539 Belden Hill Road, Wilton. Estimated cost: $2,411. Filed Nov. 28.

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RNS Construction, contractor for David Basto. Replace the banisters in an existing single-family residence at 47 Delafields Road, Darien. Estimated cost: $6,000. Filed Nov. 16. Santiago Home Improvement, contractor for T. Wilson. Strip and reroof an existing single-family residence at 92 Fitch, Darien. Estimated cost: $3,000. Filed Nov. 30. Satram, Naidu and Babu Satram, Norwalk, contractor for self. Construct a rear wood deck on an existing single-family residence at 31 Hyatt Ave., Norwalk. Estimated cost: $13,775. Filed Nov. 30. Shoreline Pools Inc., Stamford, contractor for Iliya Ermendidis. Add an in-ground swimming pool to the property of an existing single-family residence at 62 Connecticut Ave., Greenwich. Estimated cost: $59,600. Filed December 2016. Shoreline Pools, contractor for Jeff Tauber. Install an in-ground pool on the property of an existing single-family residence at 16 Brushy Hill Road, Darien. Estimated cost: $72,000. Filed Nov. 28. Signature Pools Inc., Norwalk, contractor for Mark Connolly and Kelly Connolly. Install an in-ground pool on the property of an existing single-family residence at 307 Oenoke Ridge, New Canaan. Estimated cost: $85,000. Filed Nov. 8. Sillo Construction LLC, New Canaan, contractor for Margaret Carratu and Richard T. Carratu. Add a detached garage to the property of an existing single-family residence at 174 Indian Waters Drive, New Canaan. Estimated cost: $70,000. Filed Nov. 16.

Swimm Pools, contractor for Jeff Overman. Install an in-ground pool on the property of an existing single-family residence at 676 Hollow Tree, Darien. Estimated cost: $110,000. Filed Nov. 23.

Villedas, Edras, Stamford, contractor for self. Install new siding on top of an existing single-family residence at 38 Diaz St., Stamford. Estimated cost: $5,000. Filed between Nov. 28 and Dec 2.

Tankoos, Grant, contractor for self. Alter the interior of an existing single-family residence at 105 West Ave., Darien. Estimated cost: $133,000. Filed Nov. 18.

Vivint Solar Developer LLC, contractor for Joseph J. Abrajano, et al. Add solar panels to the roof of an existing single-family residence at 40 Duke Drive, Stamford. Estimated cost: $11,660. Filed between Dec. 5 and Dec 9.

Taterosian, George M., Stamford, contractor for Diana A. Altman, et al. Remodel two full bathrooms in an existing single-family residence at 141 Grove St., Unit 1, Stamford. Estimated cost: $22,000. Filed between Nov. 28 and Dec 2. Teredesai, Ajay Monica, New Canaan, contractor for self. Finish a basement in an existing single-family residence at 288 Smith Ridge Road, New Canaan. Estimated cost: $91,000. Filed Nov. 1. THD at Home Services Inc., Shrewsbury, Mass., contractor for Mary Bukowski, et al. Install vinyl windows in an existing single-family residence at 116 Dean St., Stamford. Estimated cost: $2,468. Filed between Nov. 28 and Dec 2. THD at Home Services Inc., Shrewsbury, Mass., contractor for Brooke Rockefeller. Replace the vinyl windows on an existing single-family residence at 81 Nathan Hale Drive, Stamford. Estimated cost: $3,292. Filed between Nov. 28 and Dec 2. THD at Home Services Inc., Atlanta, Ga., contractor for Maria Jacome. Replace the windows in an existing single-family residence at 12 Norvel Road, Norwalk. Estimated cost: $6,566. Filed Nov. 29.

Solar City Corp., Rocky Hill, contractor for Haydee Bravo, et al. Add solar panels to the roof of an existing single-family residence at 214 Knickerbocker Ave., Stamford. Estimated cost: $15,886. Filed between Nov. 28 and Dec 2.

THD at Home Services Inc., Atlanta, Ga., contractor for Capt Jack LLC. Replace the windows in an existing single-family residence at 80 Heritage Hill Road, New Canaan. Estimated cost: $8,082. Filed Nov. 3.

Solar City Corp., Rocky Hill, contractor for Brian W. Fields, et al. Add solar panels to the roof of an existing single-family residence at 98 Emory Drive East, Stamford. Estimated cost: $20,774. Filed between Dec. 5 and Dec 9.

THD at Home Services Inc., Atlanta, Ga., contractor for Martin F. Zimmerman. Replace the windows in an existing single-family residence at 74 Heritage Hill Road, New Canaan. Estimated cost: $9,311. Filed Nov. 3.

Soos Home Improvement, contractor for Mrs. Johnson. Strip and reroof an existing single-family residence at 10 Highview Drive, Darien. Estimated cost: $250. Filed Nov. 16.

THD at Home Services Inc., Atlanta, Ga., contractor for Cochran. Insulate the attic in an existing single-family residence at 2 Miller Road, Darien. Estimated cost: $1,000. Filed Nov. 21.

Stadler Construction LLC, Norwalk, contractor for Susan Chacho. Renovate the existing kitchen and remodel the first- and second-floor bathrooms at 2 Fourth St., Norwalk. Estimated cost: $25,000. Filed Nov. 30.

Titus Built LLC, Wilton, contractor for Mark V. Mactas and Karen Mactas. Construct a roof over a patio on an existing single-family residence at 306 Greenley Road, New Canaan. Estimated cost: $95,000. Filed Nov. 4.

Walsh & Sons Paving & Excavating, Norwalk, contractor for Bradley K. Colton and Melissa T. Colton. Demolish an existing single-family residence at 92 Conrad Road, New Canaan. Estimated cost: $30,000. Filed Nov. 9. Waverly Construction LLC, Shelton, contractor for Winchester Hotchkiss Jr. and Hilary Hotchkiss. Renovate the kitchen and laundry room in an existing single-family residence at 191 Main St., New Canaan. Estimated cost: $60,000. Filed Nov. 3. Windowrama Services Inc., Stamford, contractor for Ann P. Rogers. Replace the front door and windows in an existing single-family residence at 289 New Norwalk Road, New Canaan. Estimated cost: $32,000. Filed Nov. 7. Woodland Partners, Darien, contractor for Suzannel Walken. Perform additions and alterations in an existing single-family residence at 2 Coves End Road, Darien. Estimated cost: $140,000. Filed Nov. 16. Yanes Home Improvement, contractor for Kerry Coppola. Renovate the basement in an existing single-family residence at 32 Miles Road, Darien. Estimated cost: $35,000. Filed Nov. 15. Zacarola, Michael, Norwalk, contractor for Todd A. Goldberg and Heather M. Goldberg. Perform minor residential building improvements at 7 Old Highway, Wilton. Estimated cost: $10,000. Filed Nov. 28.


FACTS & FIGURES COURT CASES The following court cases represent the allegations made by plaintiffs in the initial filings of civil lawsuits and do not represent legally binding judgments made by the courts.

Bridgeport Superior Court 4 Whip LLC, et al., Stratford. Filed by The United Illuminating Co., New Haven. Plaintiff ’s attorney: Nair & Levin PC, Bloomfield. Action: The plaintiff has brought this breach of contract suit against the defendants alleging that they had failed to make timely payments to the plaintiff for utility serviced provided. The plaintiff has declared the entire outstanding balance of $36,899 due and has made a demand for the balance, yet has not received payment. The plaintiff claims money damages, post-judgment interest, costs and reasonable weekly payments to be made out of the sums earned Case no. FBT-cv16-6061043-S. Filed Dec. 8. City Taxi and Limousine LLC, et al., Stamford. Filed by People’s United Bank NA, Bridgeport. Plaintiff ’s attorney: Benanti & Associates, Stamford. Action: The plaintiff has brought this breach of contract suit against the defendants alleging that they had failed to make timely payments to the plaintiff for a promissory note. The plaintiff has declared the entire outstanding principal balance of $9,858 due and has made a demand for the balance, yet has not received payment. The plaintiff claims money damages and court costs. Case no. FBT-cv16-6061027-S. Filed Dec. 7. FH Hotel Enterprises LLC, et al., Norwalk. Filed by All American Landscape and Design Inc., Fairfield. Plaintiff ’s attorney: Taylor & Fedor, Westport. Action: The plaintiff has brought this breach of contract suit against the defendants alleging that they had failed to make timely payments to the plaintiff for snow-plowing services provided. The plaintiff has declared the entire outstanding principal balance of $13,938 due and has made a demand for the balance, yet has not received payment. The plaintiff claims money damages and court costs. Case no. FBT-cv166061034-S. Filed Dec. 8. Fitness International LLC, Irvine, Calif. Filed by Terrence Cramer, Bridgeport. Plaintiff ’s attorney: Rosenberg, Miller, Hite & Morilla, Stratford. Action: The plaintiff has brought this personal injury suit against the defendant alleging that it put him on a workout regimen, which was too intense for him. As a result, the plaintiff allegedly suffered damages and seeks relief that the court deems just and equitable. The plaintiff claims monetary damages in excess of $15,000, exclusive of interests and costs. Case no. FBT-cv166061044-S. Filed Dec. 8.

FM Brothers Painting LLC, Bridgeport. Filed by Technology Insurance Co., Bridgeport. Plaintiff ’s attorney: Sugarman & Sugarman, New Haven. Action: The plaintiff has brought this breach of contract suit against the defendant alleging that it had failed to make timely payments to the plaintiff for a workers’ compensation policy. The plaintiff has declared the entire outstanding principal balance of $83,634 due and has made a demand for the balance, yet has not received payment. The plaintiff claims money damages, court costs, post-judgment interest and such other relief as may be deemed appropriate by the court. Case no. FBTcv16-6061039-S. Filed Dec. 8. Initial Reaction LLC, Fairfield. Filed by Jelem Designs Inc., Port Washington, N.Y. Plaintiff ’s attorney: Jacobs & Rozich LLC, New Haven. Action: The plaintiff has brought this breach of contract suit against the defendant alleging that it had failed to make timely payments to the plaintiff for shipped goods delivered. The plaintiff has declared the entire outstanding balance of $53,117 due and has made a demand for the balance, yet has not received payment. The plaintiff claims money damages, interest and court costs. Case no. FBT-cv16-6060930-S. Filed Dec. 5. King Buffet of Stamford Inc., Stamford. Filed by Marylis Portillo, Norwalk. Plaintiff ’s attorney: Bruce J. Corrigan Jr., Westport. Action: The plaintiff has brought this personal injury suit against the defendant alleging that she slipped on a pool of water spilling from a broken container in a store owned by the defendant and sustained injuries. This dangerous condition was allowed to exist due to the negligence of the defendant and its employees. The plaintiff claims monetary damages in excess of $15,000, and such other relief as this court may deem equitable and just. Case no. FBT-cv16-6061013-S. Filed Dec. 7. Kingdom of Little Ones, Bridgeport. Filed by Ultiplay Parks and Playgrounds Inc., Uxbridge, Mass. Plaintiff ’s attorney: Paul M. Cramer, Fairfield. Action: The plaintiff has brought this breach of contract suit against the defendant alleging that it had failed to make timely payments to the plaintiff for playground-installation services provided. The plaintiff has declared the entire outstanding balance of $65,683 due and has made a demand for the balance, yet has not received payment. The plaintiff claims money damages, interest, attorney’s fees, treble damages and court costs. Case no. FBTcv16-6060940-S. Filed Dec. 5.

National Casualty Co., et al., Hartford. Filed by Anthony Maniscalco, Easton. Plaintiff ’s attorney: De Lucia & Levine LLC, Bridgeport. Action: The plaintiff has brought this motor vehicle suit against the defendants alleging that he collided with an underinsured motorist and suffered injury. The insurance policy carried by the underinsured motorist is inadequate to fully compensate for the damages. The plaintiff alleges that his injuries are the legal responsibilities of his insurance company, the defendants. The plaintiff claims judgment and money damages in excess of $15,000, exclusive of interests and costs. Case no. FBT-cv166060970-S. Filed Dec. 6.

Chroma Building Corp., Stamford. Filed by Rick’s Main Roofing Ltd., Norwalk. Plaintiff ’s attorney: Allan M. Cane, Fairfield. Action: The plaintiff has brought this breach of contract suit against the defendant alleging that it had failed to make timely payments to the plaintiff for roofing services provided. The plaintiff has declared the entire outstanding balance of $12,233 due and has made a demand for the balance, yet has not received payment. The plaintiff claims money damages, interest, court costs and such other and further equitable relief as this court may deem just and proper. Case no. FST-cv16-6030518-S. Filed Dec. 6.

Regal Decision Systems Inc., Baltimore, Md. Filed by Relx Inc., Norwalk. Plaintiff ’s attorney: Michael J. Leventhal, Shelton. Action: The plaintiff has brought this breach of contract suit against the defendant alleging that it had failed to make timely payments to the plaintiff for an exhibition booth. The plaintiff has declared the entire outstanding balance of $25,000 due and has made a demand for the balance, yet has not received payment. The plaintiff claims money damages, interest, attorney’s fees, treble damages and court costs. Case no. FBT-cv166060943-S. Filed Dec. 5.

Eversource Energy Service Co., Hartford. Filed by Philip Campagna, North Salem, N.Y. Plaintiff ’s attorney: Gregory E. O’Brien, Cheshire. Action: The plaintiff has brought this personal injury suit against the defendant alleging that he fell into a hole in a work site owned by the defendant and sustained injuries. This dangerous condition was allowed to exist due to the negligence of the defendant and its employees in that they failed to properly light their premises. The plaintiff claims monetary damages in excess of $15,000 and such other relief as this court may deem equitable and just. Case no. FST-cv16-6030548-S. Filed Dec. 7.

Watermark 3030 Park LLC, Hartford. Filed by Margarita Cruz, Bridgeport. Plaintiff ’s attorney: Nicholas R. Nesi, East Haven. Action: The plaintiff has brought this personal injury suit against the defendant alleging that she slipped on an icy surface owned by the defendant and sustained injury. This icy condition was allegedly allowed to exist due the negligence of the defendant and its employees in that they failed to clear their parking lot. The plaintiff claims monetary damages in excess of $15,000, exclusive of interest and costs. Case no. FBT-cv16-6061037-S. Filed Dec. 8.

Stamford Superior Court Argueta Construction and Landscaping LLC, et al., Stamford. Filed by The Travelers Indemnity Co., et al., Hartford. Plaintiff ’s attorney: Ignal, Napolitano & Shapiro PC, Bridgeport. Action: The plaintiff has brought this breach of contract suit against the defendants alleging that they had failed to make timely payments to the plaintiff from a workers’ compensation politcy. The plaintiff has declared the entire outstanding principal balance of $4,066 due and has made a demand for the balance, yet has not received payment. The plaintiff claims money damages and court costs. Case no. FST-cv16-6030551-S. Filed Dec. 8.

Hurlingham LLC, Hartford. Filed by Candide Contractor LLC, Norwalk. Plaintiff ’s attorney: Lovejoy and Rimer PC. Action: The plaintiff has brought this breach of contract suit against the defendant alleging that it had failed to make timely payments to the plaintiff for landscaping serviced provided. The plaintiff has declared the entire outstanding balance of $39,380 due and has made a demand for the balance, yet has not received payment. The plaintiff claims money damages, costs, prejudgment interest and post-judgment interest. Case no. FST-cv16-6030541-S. Filed Dec. 7. St. Vincent’s Health Services Corp., Bridgeport. Filed by Karyn Culver and Ronald L. Culver, Greenwich. Plaintiff ’s attorney: Casper & Detoledo LLC, Stamford. Action: The plaintiffs have brought this medical malpractice suit against the defendant alleging that it improperly increased the plaintiff ’s dose of Lamictal. As a result, plaintiff allegedly suffered Stevens-Johnson’s syndrome. The plaintiffs claim monetary damages in excess of $15,000, exclusive of interests and costs and any further relief in law or equity, which may appertain. Case no. FSTcv16-6030502-S. Filed Dec. 6.

Federal District Court Best Western International Inc., et al., Canton, N.Y. Filed by Debra Bologna and Robert Bologna, New York, N.Y. Plaintiffs’ attorney: Storms and Storms, Windsor Locks. Action: The plaintiffs have brought this personal injury suit against the defendants alleging that they stayed in a hotel owned by the defendants and were allegedly bitten by bedbugs, causing extensive rashes and medical costs. This was allegedly due to the negligence of the defendants in that failed to keep their premises in a safe condition and failed to properly clean their hotel rooms. The plaintiffs claim punitive damages, treble damages, interest, attorney’s fees, costs and disbursements. Case no. 3:16-cv-01977-RNC. Filed Dec. 5. CK Products LLC, et al., Fort Wayne, Ind. Filed by Confectionary Arts International LLC, New Britain. Plaintiff ’s attorney: Michael A. Blake, Milford. Action: The plaintiff has brought this trademark infringement suit against the defendants alleging  that both the plaintiff and defendants manufactured candy decoration for cake. The plaintiff alleges that the defendants “Disco Glitter” trademark is too similar to its “Disco Dust” trademark, causing dilution of the trade name. The plaintiff claims three times actual damages, attorney’s fees and prejudgment interest. Case no. 3:16-cv-02015-JBA. Filed Dec. 9. Rocket Oxygen, Sun Valley, Calif. Filed by Boost Oxygen LLC, Bridgeport. Plaintiff ’s attorney: Zeldes, Needle & Cooper PC, Bridgeport. Action: The plaintiff has brought this patent infringement suit against the defendant alleging that it sold similar oxygen masks on its website, which infringed on the plaintiff ’s design. The plaintiff claims an injunction enjoining the defendant from continuing to infringe, a destruction of the infringing products, prejudgment interest, post-judgement interest, attorney’s fees, expenses and such other and further relief as may pertain in law or equity. Case no. 3:16-cv01992-VLB. Filed Dec. 5. Shamrock Motors LLC, East Windsor. Filed by Nelson J. Aguirres, Holyoke, Mass. Plaintiff ’s attorney: Consumer Law Group, Rocky Hill. Action: The plaintiff has brought this truth in lending suit against the defendant alleging  that it sold a car to the plaintiff, yet overstated the price on the retail installment contract. This allegedly led to the plaintiff being forced to pay more in taxes, causing damages. The plaintiff claims actual damages, statutory damages, punitive damages, attorney’s fees, costs and such other and further relief as may pertain in law or equity. Case no. 3:16-cv-02003JCH. Filed Dec. 7.

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Swoogo LLC, et al., Westport. Filed by eTouches Inc., Norwalk. Plaintiff ’s attorney: Diserio, Martin, O’Connor & Castiglioni LLP, Stamford. Action: The plaintiff has brought this trademark infringement suit against the defendants alleging that they misappropriated trade secrets and exploited contacts developed while working for the plaintiff. The defendants allegedly used this information to start their own competing company, causing damages. The plaintiff claims an injunction enjoining the defendants and preventing them from continuing to infringe, compensatory damages, treble damages, attorney’s fees, costs, punitive damages and such other and further relief as may pertain in law or equity. Case no. 3:16-cv-01984MPS. Filed Dec. 5. Tek-Collect Inc., et al., Hartford. Filed by Rebecca Welsh, Brandon, Vt. Plaintiff ’s attorney: Lemberg Law LLC, Wilton. Action: The plaintiff has brought this fair collection suit against the defendants alleging that they used harassing and abusive tactics in an attempt to collect a debt from the plaintiff. The plaintiff claims $25,000 in monetary damages, actual damages, statutory damages, costs, punitive damages and such other and further relief as may pertain in law or equity. Case no. 3:16-cv02012-JBA. Filed Dec. 8.

DEEDS COMMITTEE DEEDS DiBernardino, Julie L. and Vincent J. DiBernardino, Newtown. Appointed committee: Timothy J. Deakin, Newtown. Property: 7 Lyrical Lane, Newtown. Amount: $130,278. Docket no. DBD-cv-15-6016609-S. Filed Nov. 23.

HELP WANTED Chief Executive Officer (Stamford) Develop, implement, direct, and evaluate fiscal function and performance of global commercial aircraft leasing co., leasing aircraft including long-distance Airbus A330 and Boeing B777. Req’mts: bach. in bus. adm. w finance option, 1 yr exp in job. Email resume, ref’s to rpripstein@ reservoircap.com, Intrepid Aviation Management, LLC.

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FACTS & FIGURES COMMERCIAL 16 — 30 Hattertown Road Newtown LLC, Redding. Seller: Hattertown LLC, Pawling, N.Y. Property: 16-30 Hattertown Road, Newtown. Amount: $185,000. Filed Nov. 23. 225 Lordship Blvd LLC, Stamford. Seller: Lordship Hospitality LLC, Brooklyn, N.Y. Property: 225 Lordship Blvd., Stratford. Amount: $4.3 million. Filed Nov. 29. 355 York Street LLC, Stratford. Seller: Carole M. Delia, Stratford. Property: 355 York St., Stratford. Amount: $500,500. Filed Dec. 1. 377 Oenoke Ridge LLC, New Canaan. Seller: Joy Carter Luke, New Canaan. Property: 377 Oenoke Ridge, New Canaan. Amount: $1.4 million. Filed Nov. 1. DEWEYB LLC, Greenwich. Seller: 52 Valley Road LLC, Greenwich. Property: Plot A, Map 7950, Greenwich. Amount: $685,000. Filed Nov. 22. K. Morris Speter LLC, Stamford. Seller: John G. Mateycik Jr., Greenwich. Property: Unit 7 C 3 in Third Fairlawn Condominium, Stamford. Amount: $134,500. Filed Nov. 28. Larkspur Investments LLC, Southport. Seller: Wendy Ann Keagy, New Canaan. Property: 134 Lambert Road, New Canaan. Amount: $1 million. Filed Nov. 1. LBA Properties LLC, Fairfield. Seller: NRE Realty LLC, Stratford. Property: 533-541 Honeyspot Road, Stratford. Amount: $750,000. Filed Nov. 29. Oakridge Farm LLC, New Canaan. Seller: Thomas R. Fisher and Lottie Fisher, New Canaan. Property: Parcel B, Map 3543, New Canaan. Amount: $2.6 million. Filed Oct. 17.

Twin Circle LLC, Norwalk. Seller: Marjorie T. Bastick, Westport. Property: Lot 13, Map 2073, Westport. Amount: $530,000. Filed Nov. 28.

RESIDENTIAL Akbar, Syed Shaffi, Stamford. Seller: Alexander A. Amarilios, New Canaan. Property: 91 Strawberry Hill Ave., Apt. 638, Stamford. Amount: $162,000. Filed Nov. 30. Andersen, Tatiana and Timothy Andersen, Tuckahoe, N.Y. Seller: Amelia M. Busch, Greenwich. Property: 94 Indian Field Road, Greenwich. Amount: $550,000. Filed Nov. 23. Anderson, Mary and Bruce Anderson, Newtown. Seller: Hilts LLC, Newtown. Property: 46 West St., Route 202, Newtown. Amount: $515,000. Filed Nov. 23. Antoro, Linda T., Wilton. Seller: Daniel Rapley and Maria Rapley, Bethel. Property: 10 Jennifer’s Way, Bethel. Amount: $195,000. Filed Nov. 21. Balis, Angelica and James M. Balis, Bridgeport. Seller: Jerry Whittington Jr. and Kerry A. Whittington, Elberta, Ala. Property: 9 Walker Hill Road, Newtown. Amount: $212,000. Filed Nov. 29. Balls, Daniel P., Milford. Seller: Richard W. Overfield, Stratford. Property: 108 Fiddler Green, Unit A, Stratford. Amount: $159,547. Filed Nov. 28. Bandur, Vienna, Stamford. Seller: Investors Bank, Essex, N.J. Property: 48 Raymond St., Darien. Amount: $515,200. Filed Nov. 22. Beauregard, Kenneth, Stratford. Seller: Trent M. D’Eramo Jr. and Robin Lee D’Eramo, Stratford. Property: 45 Pumpkin Ground Road, Stratford. Amount: $280,000. Filed Nov. 30.

Summer Street Property LLC, New York, N.Y. Seller: New Stamford High SPE LLC, Stamford. Property: 733 Summer St. and 612 Bedford St., Stamford. Amount: $14.6 million. Filed Nov. 30.

Bedell, Jennifer, Stamford. Seller: Katerina Tretyakova, Stamford. Property: Lot 6, Map 9537, Stamford. Amount: $750,000. Filed Nov. 30.

Summer Street Property LLC, New York, N.Y. Seller: New Stamford High SPE LLC, Stamford. Property: 777 Summer St., Stamford. Amount: $2.5 million. Filed Nov. 30.

Bergmans, Rowena B. and Pieter H. Bergmans, New Canaan. Seller: Michael J. Abrahams, Greenwich. Property: Orchard Drive, Map 1549, New Canaan. Amount: $810,000. Filed Oct. 17.

The Newtown Forest Association Inc., Newtown. Seller: Gretchen A. Bauta and Humberto P. Bauta, Newtown. Property: 2 Birch Hill Road and 67 Great Hill Road, Newtown. For no consideration paid. Filed Nov. 22. The Whitby School Inc., Greenwich. Seller: Robert E. Grierson and Deanna Intrieri, Amenia, N.Y. Property: 7 Merry Lane, Greenwich. Amount: $1.1 million. Filed Nov. 21.

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Binkowski, Patrik D., Darien. Seller: Jason E. Lippek, Stamford. Property: 30 Leeuwarden Road, Darien. Amount: $989,000. Filed Nov. 29. Bloomberg, Donna M., Newtown. Seller: Bethel Woods LLC, Bethel. Property: 11 Forest Way, Unit 25, Bethel. Amount: $483,800. Filed Nov. 23.

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Bonbright, Hilary, Vero Beach, Fla. Seller: Alberto Vogel and Stephanie Janes, Houston, Texas. Property: 129 Davenport Ridge Road, Stamford. Amount: $525,000. Filed Nov. 29.

Cruz, Sherfan Millen, Greenwich. Seller: Matthew Diana and Susan Diana, Greenwich. Property: 453 E. Putnam Ave., Greenwich. Amount: $510,000. Filed Nov. 22.

Ghazal-Verses, Olga and Gregg P. Verses, Yonkers, N.Y. Seller: Steven W. Doyon, Bethel. Property: 1005 Lexington Blvd., Unit 1905, Bethel. Amount: $270,000. Filed Nov. 9.

Gurevich, Anna and Regina Gurevich, Westport. Seller: Regina Gurevich, Westport. Property: 4A Lyndale Park, Westport. For no consideration paid. Filed Nov. 28.

Borghi, Jessica and Ronald Doshna, Norwalk. Seller: Edward Gabriel and Joseline Gabriel, Waterbury. Property: Lot 417, Map 6635, Norwalk. Amount: $380,000. Filed Dec. 2.

Curcio, Elyse Rue, Stratford. Seller: Shirley Gallant, Stratford. Property: 25 Valley View Road, Stratford. Amount: $330,000. Filed Dec. 1.

Gibson, Kimberly L. and David S. Gibson, Weston. Seller: Sheryl S. Wengel, Weston. Property: Lot B, Map 2992, Wilton. Amount: $950,000. Filed Nov. 29.

Gurevich, Anna, Westport. Seller: Greg Gurevich, Westport. Property: 4A Lyndale Park, Westport. Amount: $235,000. Filed Nov. 28.

Gilchrist, Linda Dohanos, Newtown. Seller: Michael J. Cavanaugh, Newtown. Property: 13 High Bridge Road, Newtown. Amount: $229,250. Filed Nov. 30.

Hanisch, Florentina and Martin Bostrom, Stamford. Seller: Jeremy L. Lamin and Katherine Lamin, Austin, Texas. Property: Unit 135 of Miller River House Condominium, Stamford. Amount: $465,000. Filed Nov. 29.

Bottoni, Elsie A., Norwalk. Seller: Ruth S. Walters, Norwalk. Property: Tract A, Map 3749, Norwalk. Amount: $225,000. Filed Nov. 28. Brown, Dennis M., Bridgeport. Seller: Miriam Roth, Fairfield. Property: 37 Drake Lane, Fairfield. Amount: $267,500. Filed Nov. 22. Burwell, Dana, New Canaan. Seller: Ruth Brimmekamp, New Canaan. Property: Unit 4-A of Canaan Mews, New Canaan. Amount: $1.1 million. Filed Nov. 2. Buscher, Heather and Michael Buscher Jr., Darien. Seller: Michael G. Buscher Sr. and Michelle Buscher, New Canaan. Property: Lot 22, Map 734, New Canaan. Amount: $995,000. Filed Nov. 11.

Daidone, Alissa G. and Lynn A. Gelardo, Stratford. Seller: Marc D. Gonsalves, Stratford. Property: 107 Margherita Lawn, Stratford. Amount: $469,000. Filed Dec. 1. DeMarco, Linda, Weston. Seller: Christy Marie Cerreta, Fairfield. Property: Unit 3C of Fairfield Green Condominium, Fairfield. Amount: $316,000. Filed Nov. 23. Dietmann, Mary E. and Carey J. Dietmann, Stratford. Seller: Cameryn R. Robinson and J. Gregory Robinson, Stratford. Property: 6 Shoreline Drive, Stratford. Amount: $392,000. Filed Dec. 1. Doyon, Roxanne Marie and Steven William Doyon, Danbury. Seller: Toll Connecticut II LP, Horsham, Pa. Property: 13 Reid Lane, Bethel. Amount: $664,234. Filed Nov. 28.

Calhoun, Melvin and Crystal D. Cruz, Yonkers, N.Y. Seller: George E. Bello, Stamford. Property: Unit 12 of Hillandale Village Condominium, Stamford. Amount: $430,000. Filed Nov. 30.

Dufficy, Cailee R. and Meghan K. Dufficy, Ansonia. Seller: John A. Ward, Newtown. Property: 32 Greenbriar Lane, Newtown. Amount: $337,000. Filed Nov. 21.

Caruso, Ferdinand J. and Thomas S. Caruso, Bethel. Seller: Bryan Terzian, Bethel. Property: 29 Bethpage Drive, Bethel. Amount: $271,400. Filed Nov. 16.

Gallo, Daniel, Stratford. Seller: Robert Pandiscia and Linda DeCarlo, Stratford. Property: 545 Washington Parkway, Stratford. Amount: $252,500. Filed Dec. 2.

Castano, Gregg, Wilton. Seller: Richard J. Elmhirst and Jane Suzannah Elmhirst, New York, N.Y. Property: Parcel B, Map 1747, Wilton. Amount: $2.2 million. Filed Nov. 29.

Gbenro, Khadijat, Norwalk. Seller: Theodore Stepnowsky and Darlene Stepnowski, Cutchogue, N.Y. Property: Unit 77 of Glenrock Condominium, Norwalk. Amount: $205,000. Filed Nov. 29.

Catino, Stephanie B. and Kenneth A. Catino, Greenwich. Seller: EPS CT LLC, Greenwich. Property: 32 Mead Ave., Greenwich. Amount: $509,000. Filed Nov. 21. Chan, Cecil, Norwalk. Seller: Jane Walters and Liam Hickey, Norwalk. Property: 137B W. Norwalk Road, Norwalk. Amount: $490,000. Filed Dec. 1. Corbett, Hannah L. and Timothy M. Brandt, Brooklyn, N.Y. Seller: John Paul, Trumbull. Property: 1085 Unquowa Road, Fairfield. Amount: $770,000. Filed Nov. 21. Costabile, Lilian E., Stamford. Seller: Palaniappan Sathappa, West Windsor, N.J. Property: Home Site 35 of The Village At Maple Pointe, Stamford. Amount: $438,000. Filed Nov. 30.

Genuario, Gina, Norwalk. Seller: Michael D. Gisondi and Jessica M. Gisondi, Westport. Property: 31 Strathmore Lane, Unit 31, Norwalk. Amount: $425,000. Filed Dec. 2. Genuario, Gina, Norwalk. Seller: Michael D. Gisondi and Jessica M. Gisondi, Westport. Property: 31 Strathmore Lane, Unit 31, Westport. Amount: $425,000. Filed Dec. 2. Gerges, Jessica and Brian Gerges, New Canaan. Seller: Nancy B. Cross and Arthur R. Cross, New Canaan. Property: 42 Fox Run Road, New Canaan. Amount: $736,000. Filed Oct. 28. Gettier, Alexis S. and Jacob A. Gettier, Darien. Seller: Karen A. Armour, Darien. Property: Lot 1, Map 3115, Darien. Amount: $617,500. Filed Nov. 22.

Ginate, Alessandra, Norwalk. Seller: Kurt J. Geissler and Christine E. Geissler, Stamford. Property: 33 Golf View Circle, Stamford. Amount: $955,000. Filed Nov. 30. Giron, Miguel, Norwalk. Seller: Maritza Giron, Norwalk. Property: 3 Papp St., Norwalk. For no consideration paid. Filed Nov. 28. Goktekin, Nurten, Danbury. Seller: David A. Eldridge, Bethel. Property: 26 Midway Drive, Bethel. Amount: $245,000. Filed Nov. 22. Goldman, Heather and Benjamin M. Goldman, Greenwich. Seller: Robert Daus, Westport. Property: 22 Meeker Court, Norwalk. Amount: $625,000. Filed Nov. 29. Gonzalez, Carol T. and Rudy E. Gonzalez, Newtown. Seller: Patrick S. Mulski and Theresa A. Mulski, Newtown. Property: 11 Pole Bridge Road, Newtown. Amount: $345,000. Filed Nov. 21. Gotta, Olga and Jason L. Cole, Stamford. Seller: New Brunswick Industries Inc., Darien. Property: 14 A Powder Horn Hill, Wilton. Amount: $815,000. Filed Dec. 2. Grady, Lueia A. and Brendan P. Grady, Darien. Seller: John Marcous and Hayley Marcous, Darien. Property: Lot 5, Map 2563, Darien. Amount: $1.1 million. Filed Nov. 28. Greenwood, Karen and James Greenwood, Fairfield. Seller: The Bank of New York Mellon, trustee, Coppell, Texas. Property: 298 Rowland Road, Fairfield. Amount: $903,000. Filed Nov. 29. Grossman, Nicole and Daniel J. Grossman, Newtown. Seller: Michael R. Mazurowski and Natalie A. Mazurowski, New Milford. Property: 15 John Beach Road, Newtown. Amount: $407,300. Filed Nov. 30. Grove, Gery and Matthew Grove, Westport. Seller: Pennymac Corp., Westport. Property: 20 Crooked Mile Road, Westport. Amount: $1.1 million. Filed Nov. 28.

Harkins, Aimee R. and John T. Harkins, New Canaan. Seller: Aimee R. Harkins, New Canaan. Property: 80 Huckleberry Hill Road, New Canaan. For no consideration paid. Filed Nov. 4. Heflin, Daniel, Greenwich. Seller: 130 Havemeyer Place Owners LLC, Greenwich. Property: 130 Havemeyer Place, Greenwich. Amount: $2.8 million. Filed Nov. 21. Hillock, Julie and Christopher Hillock, Darien. Seller: Lenore Walton Close, Darien. Property: 26 Intervale Road, Darien. Amount: $700,000. Filed Nov. 28. Holson, Karen J. and Todd Holson, Wilton. Seller: Aquarion Water Company of Connecticut, Bridgeport. Property: Parcel A, Indian Waters Drive, New Canaan. For an unknown amount paid. Filed Nov. 14. Horn, Meg H. and Robert E. Horn, Fairfield. Seller: Toni H. Hristeva and Galina A. Hristeva, Fairfield. Property: Lot 38, Map 1395, Fairfield. Amount: $438,000. Filed Nov. 22. Hristeva, Galina A. and Toni H. Hristeva, Fairfield. Seller: Glenn R. Urquhart and Merrie K. Urquhart, Fairfield. Property: 82 Charter Oak Road, Fairfield. Amount: $787,000. Filed Nov. 23. Hurley, Katharine Ashforth and Sean P. Hurley, New Canaan. Seller: Thomas E. Kelly and Claire Shannon Kelly, New Canaan. Property: Lot P, Map 2387, New Canaan. Amount: $1.3 million. Filed Nov. 10. Hurwitz, Ali N. and Joshua M. Hurwitz, Norwalk. Seller: Makiko Kishida, Norwalk. Property: 21 Homer St., Norwalk. Amount: $965,000. Filed Dec. 2. Jacobs, Carolyn L. and Matthew M. Jacobs, Fairfield. Seller: Christian Dzilinski and Sara Bowen-Dzilinski, Fairfield. Property: 92 Wilton Road, Fairfield. Amount: $692,000. Filed Nov. 21.


FACTS & FIGURES Jacobson, Bente and Hans Jacobson, Greenwich. Seller: Matthew C. Willock, Miami Beach, Fla. Property: 15 Lafayette Court, Unit 2B, Greenwich. Amount: $850,000. Filed Nov. 28. Jaser, Tracie and Thomas Jaser, Wilton. Seller: Simon Beaumont, Stamford. Property: Unit 75 of Roton Point Association, Norwalk. Amount: $200,000. Filed Dec. 2. Johnson, Sarah and Salim Bacchus, New York, N.Y. Seller: Judith Hull, Bethel. Property: 136 Nashville Road, Bethel. Amount: $440,000. Filed Nov. 28. Joseph, Michael H., Greenwich. Seller: 6 Booth Court LLC, Greenwich. Property: 6 Booth Court, Greenwich. Amount: $745,000. Filed Nov. 21. Julius, Mark Philip, Englewood, N.J. Seller: Edward H. Judy and Stephanie J. Vivas, Danbury. Property: 15 Caldwell Terrace, Unit 15, Bethel. Amount: $307,500. Filed Nov. 17. Kaplan, Selma and Hiro Tsuyuki, New Canaan. Seller: Harrison Avenue LLC, New Canaan. Property: 137 Harrison Ave., New Canaan. Amount: $1.9 million. Filed Oct. 21. Kelly, Claire Shannon, New Canaan. Seller: Stephen G. Moore, Norwalk. Property: 8 Old Rock Lane, Norwalk. Amount: $780,000. Filed Nov. 30. Khemlina, Anna and Ari Samet, Stamford. Seller: Gavasker I. Manayath and Anna Valliazham, Easton. Property: 167 Grove St., Stamford. Amount: $349,000. Filed Nov. 29. Kinney, Beth D., Summit, N.J. Seller: Michael Patrissi and Jennifer L. Patrissi, Norwalk. Property: Unit 5 of Rowayton Woods Condominium, Norwalk. Amount: $390,000. Filed Dec. 1. Kishida, Makiko, Norwalk. Seller: Joshua M. Hurwitz and Ali N. Hurwitz, Norwalk. Property: 22 W. Rocks Road, Norwalk. Amount: $525,000. Filed Dec. 1. Koizim, John D., Norwalk. Seller: Midfirst Bank, Oklahoma City, Okla. Property: 1151 James St., Stratford. Amount: $145,770. Filed Dec. 1. Koval, Keith and Kevin Koval, Kearney, N.J. Seller: John Contrata, Bethel. Property: 58 Deer Run, Bethel. Amount: $157,000. Filed Nov. 21. Lane, Cheryl Aquan, Briarcliff Manor, N.Y. Seller: Rosemary B. Talboys, Stamford. Property: 14 Frost Pond Road, Stamford. Amount: $640,350. Filed Nov. 30.

Lorraine, Caren and Peter Lorraine, Bonita Springs, Fla. Seller: Steven Freshman, Norwalk. Property: 1 Braybourne Drive, Norwalk. Amount: $1.1 million. Filed Dec. 1. Lutz, Brian W., Fairfield. Seller: The Kalcar Corp., Stratford. Property: 37 Hilltop Drive, Fairfield. Amount: $430,000. Filed Nov. 28. Madzula II, John S., Newtown. Seller: Abigail Kende, Newtown. Property: 40 Main St., Newtown. Amount: $367,500. Filed Nov. 30. Maloney, Jamie and Ryan Maloney, New York, N.Y. Seller: Craig Anderson, New Canaan. Property: 279 Park St., Unit 7, New Canaan. Amount: $920,000. Filed Nov. 2. Marsillo, Jennifer, Stratford. Seller: David L. Ferrio, Stratford. Property: 70A River Bend Road, Stratford. Amount: $140,000. Filed Dec. 2. Marte, Claribel and Erick D. Payano-Manzueta, Bronx, N.Y. Seller: King Street Properties LLC, Stratford. Property: 1308 Elm St., Stratford. Amount: $235,000. Filed Nov. 28. McCarthy, Patricia A., Westport. Seller: George P. Ligouri, Stratford. Property: 56 Wedgewood Road, Unit A, Stratford. Amount: $235,000. Filed Nov. 29. McDermott III, Patrick J., Stratford. Seller: Federal National Mortgage Association, Dallas, Texas. Property: 112 B Fiddler Green Road, Stratford. Amount: $154,000. Filed Dec. 1. McGloin, Marlo D. and William J. McGloin, New Canaan. Seller: Allan T. Hackney and Jane E. Hackney, New Canaan. Property: 164 Richmond Hill Road, New Canaan. Amount: $900,000. Filed Nov. 8. Mignarri, Michael A. and Michael Mignarri, Stratford. Seller: Brian C. Stith and Carolyn Shuart, Stratford. Property: 147 Chapel St., Stratford. Amount: $319,900. Filed Nov. 30. Mills, Monica and Lawrence Mills, Wilton. Seller: Heather L. Hickey, Wilton. Property: 58 Longmeadows Road, Wilton. Amount: $605,000. Filed Dec. 2. Mirafiore, Alyssa, Stratford. Seller: Sara E. Ice, Stratford. Property: 66A River Bend Drive, Stratford. Amount: $180,000. Filed Nov. 30. Mirlea, Ramona and Daniel Woyke, Wilton. Seller: David Gibson and Kimberly Gibson, Norwalk. Property: 97 Wolfpit Ave., Norwalk. Amount: $535,000. Filed Dec. 2.

Mitchell, Judith E. and Bethany Buck, Stamford. Seller: Silver Kings Highway LLC, Westport. Property: Unit 9 in Commons At Fairfield Condominium, Fairfield. For an unknown amount paid. Filed Nov. 21.

Phanthumano, Suratchani and Matthew J. Steele, Danbury. Seller: Ronald J. Consigli and Mary L. Gonsigli, Bethel. Property: 4 Plantation Court, Bethel. Amount: $377,500. Filed Nov. 30.

Moore, Irina and Norman Moore, Greenwich. Seller: Alexander M. Benoliel and Shelley R. Benoliel, Dunwoody, Ga. Property: Lot 5, Map 9047, Stamford. Amount: $824,500. Filed Nov. 28.

Philip, Bindu and Ray Raphy Philip, Stamford. Seller: Bradley D. Troup and Cassandra L. Troup, Wilton. Property: 84 Old Driftway, Wilton. Amount: $660,000. Filed Nov. 29.

Moran, Mark, Poughquag, N.Y. Seller: Ardian Triantoro and Tamilla Mavlanova, Stamford. Property: 1633 Washington Blvd., Unit 4H, Stamford. Amount: $300,000. Filed Nov. 28.

Pia, Tamara P., Stamford. Seller: Jed Sexton and Danielle DeCrette, Wilton. Property: 127 Drum Hill Road, Wilton. Amount: $795,000. Filed Dec. 2.

Nader, Bruno, Danbury. Seller: Lisa M. Scails, Bethel. Property: 24 Saxon Road, Bethel. Amount: $230,000. Filed Nov. 21. Oliva, Hector E., Stratford. Seller: S.S. Tile and Marble LLC, Trumbull. Property: 464 Burritt Ave., Stratford. Amount: $305,000. Filed Nov. 28. Olsen, Sarah and Brian Darian, Hartsdale, N.Y. Seller: Brian T. Gerges and Jessica L. Gerges, New Canaan. Property: 102 Jelliff Mill Road, New Canaan. Amount: $710,000. Filed Oct. 27. Olson, Lisa M. and John Olson, Trumbull. Seller: John E. D’Amato, Monroe. Property: 165 Lounsbury Road, Fairfield. Amount: $427,000. Filed Nov. 21. Pai, Vivek B. and Sunita V. Pai, Darien. Seller: Donald P. Spencer and Vickie Riccardo, Darien. Property: Lot 18, Map 3671, Darien. Amount: $1.3 million. Filed Nov. 23. Palermo, Vito, Edgartown, Mass. Seller: 70 Silo Circle LLC, Greenwich. Property: Unit 3 of Silo Hill Condominium, Greenwich. Amount: $849,000. Filed Nov. 23. Pellegrino, Rhonda L. and Lawrence A. Pellegrino, Beacon Falls. Seller: Blue Ocean Investments LLC, Danbury. Property: 216 Albright Ave., Stratford. Amount: $250,000. Filed Dec. 1. Perreault, Crystal and Michael Shnitser, Danbury. Seller: Eric J. Heinen and Brooke A. Suh Heinen, Bethel. Property: 106 Walnut Hill Road, Bethel. Amount: $265,000. Filed Nov. 14. Pescatore, Jill and Pasquale Pescatore, New Canaan. Seller: Jill Pescatore and Pasquale Pescatore, New Canaan. Property: 229 Woodridge Circle, New Canaan. For no consideration paid. Filed Oct. 26.

Robinson, Cameryn and John G. Robinson, Westport. Seller: 5 Cottage Lane Holdings LLC, Westport. Property: 5 Cottage Lane, Westport. Amount: $1.2 million. Filed Nov. 30. Rodrigues, Maria, Stratford. Seller: Wilmington Trust National Association, Wilmington, Del. Property: 93 Orchard St., Stratford. Amount: $151,500. Filed Nov. 28.

Siegrist, Kelly A. and Neal R. Siegrist, Darien. Seller: Brennan McCarthy and Patricia A. McCarthy, Westport. Property: 20 Indian Hill Road, Westport. Amount: $580,000. Filed Nov. 28. Slater, Kali and Chris C. Schultz, Stratford. Seller: Laurentiu Ilie and Claudia Ilie, Stratford. Property: 35 Woodside Terrace, Stratford. Amount: $290,000. Filed Dec. 1.

Rosas, Isabel and Jefferson G. Rosas, Stamford. Seller: Amy M. Broderick and Scott A. Broderick, Fairfield. Property: Unit of Margaret Court, Stamford. Amount: $330,000. Filed Nov. 28.

Smith, Elizabeth and Thomas J. Smith, Bethel. Seller: Mark Anderson, Bethel. Property: 22 Plumtrees Road, Bethel. Amount: $245,000. Filed Nov. 10.

Pinheiro, Margaret A., Wilton. Seller: Dorothy F. Christianson, Wilton. Property: Unit 10 of Village Walk Condominium, Wilton. Amount: $8,300. Filed Nov. 29.

Rozewski, Janet and Mark Rozewski, Fairfield. Seller: Jennifer Rodriguez and Paul M. Rodriguez, Fairfield. Property: 220 Old Black Rock Turnpike, Fairfield. Amount: $450,000. Filed Nov. 29.

Sterner, Laura and Robert Sterner, New Canaan. Seller: Marc P. Savini and Carolyn Graan, New Canaan. Property: 278 New Norwalk Road, New Canaan. Amount: $1.3 million. Filed Nov. 2.

Porter, Jill and Nancie L. Porter, Wilton. Seller: Linda E. Stes and Dorothy Gloria Monteleone, Wilton. Property: 221 Danbury Road, Wilton. Amount: $460,000. Filed Dec. 2.

Russell, Abby and Dennis Russell, Danbury. Seller: Theodore G. Clark Jr. and Jeanne T. Clark, Bethel. Property: 21 Deepwood Drive, Bethel. Amount: $316,000. Filed Nov. 16.

Sturges, Donald C., Ridgefield. Seller: U.S. Bank NA, Irvine, Calif. Property: 24 Bailey Ave., Norwalk. Amount: $500,000. Filed Dec. 1.

Propst, Debbie F. and Michael D. Propst, New Canaan. Seller: Sarah A. Blank and Charles E. Karas, Stamford. Property: Cross Ridge Road, Map 652, New Canaan. Amount: $1.5 million. Filed Oct. 28.

Sabato, Mary, Irvington, N.Y. Seller: William L. Porcelli and Angela Porcelli, Yonkers, N.Y. Property: 45 Dora St., Unit B, Stamford. Amount: $310,000. Filed Nov. 30.

Raetz, Elizabeth and Andrew J. Wojdula, Salt Lake City, Utah. Seller: Geoffrey C. Huntting, Marina Del Rey, Calif. Property: Unit 423 of The Village At New Canaan Condominium, New Canaan. Amount: $350,000. Filed Oct. 31. Redmond, Kathleen M. and Ronald G. Redmond Jr., Darien. Seller: Ricardo Munoz and Veronica Munoz, Darien. Property: 18 Highfield Lane, Darien. Amount: $1.9 million. Filed Nov. 21. Reilly, Daniel, Fairfield. Seller: Robert A. Mazzeo Jr. and Holly Mazzeo, Fairfield. Property: 67 Crane St., Fairfield. Amount: $315,000. Filed Nov. 23. Rich IV, James H., Stamford. Seller: Laura E. Peterson, Stamford. Property: Unit 5 of Golden Gate Condominium, Stamford. Amount: $355,000. Filed Nov. 29. Rie, Alice N. and Michael P. Barry, Darien. Seller: Nicole Stone, Greenwich. Property: Parcels B and C, Map 1007, Darien. Amount: $750,000. Filed Nov. 30. Ritter, Carly and Eric Ritter, New York, N.Y. Seller: Jody Soloshatz and David Soloshatz, Westport. Property: 48 Whitney St., Westport. Amount: $2.2 million. Filed Dec. 1.

Saikia, Sonar A. and Elizabeth T. Saikia, Brooklyn, N.Y. Seller: Padmaja Naidu Satram and Rajendra Babu Satram, Prospect, Texas. Property: Lot 4, Map 1395, Norwalk. Amount: $420,000. Filed Dec. 1. Samaha, Maurice and Christina Samaha, Brewster, N.Y. Seller: Jason Caron and Elizabeth J. Caron, Greenlawn, N.Y. Property: 208 Crystal Lake Road, Stamford. Amount: $495,000. Filed Nov. 28. Sanders, Timika R., Norwalk. Seller: Irene McGinness, Norwalk. Property: Unit 9 in Building M of High View East Condominium, Norwalk. Amount: $179,000. Filed Dec. 1. Scharfstein, Brooke Emery, Westport. Seller: Michael Wendroff and Diane Wendroff, Westport. Property: 25 Evergreen Parkway, Westport. Amount: $1.2 million. Filed Dec. 1.

Sullivan, Rita and Sean Sullivan, Naples, Fla. Seller: Richard C. Thiel Jr., Seaside Park, N.J. Property: 105 Richards Ave., Unit 1501, Norwalk. Amount: $315,000. Filed Dec. 1. Sylvain, Nadia and Andre Rene Chery, Norwalk. Seller: Mohammed Boulekhyam, Norwalk. Property: 2 Cold Spring St., Norwalk. Amount: $355,000. Filed Nov. 30. Taylor, Deborah and John Taylor, Maryville, Tenn. Seller: Robert D. Welly and Kelley M. Ward, Norwalk. Property: 6 Vespucci Road, Norwalk. Amount: $470,000. Filed Dec. 2. Thiemann, Jennifer and Clark Thiemann, Norwalk. Seller: Meryl Kaplan, Westport. Property: 5 Wheeler Gate Road, Westport. Amount: $1.5 million. Filed Dec. 1. Tornabene, Cynthia L. and James J. Tornabene Jr., Norwalk. Seller: David S. Young, Norwalk. Property: 29 Deepwood Lane, Norwalk. Amount: $467,500. Filed Dec. 2. Torregrossa, Susan, Stamford. Seller: Joseph Banker and Heather Banker, Stamford. Property: 596 Glenbrook Road, Unit 22, Stamford. Amount: $505,000. Filed Nov. 29.

Seel, Lingru W. and John B. Seel, Shanghai, China. Seller: Robert K. Meyers and Elizabeth T. Meyers, New Canaan. Property: White Oak Shade Road, Map 1000, New Canaan. Amount: $1.7 million. Filed Nov. 11.

Tran, Maggie and Steven Tran, Ozone Park, N.Y. Seller: David T. Swift, Stamford. Property: 110 Summer St., Unit 1C, Stamford. Amount: $245,000. Filed Nov. 28.

Serino, Meg A., Westport. Seller: William L. Scheffler, Westport. Property: 17 Stony Point Road, Westport. Amount: $5.3 million. Filed Dec. 1.

Tranquillo, Kara, Stamford. Seller: James P. Lawrence and Josephine P. Lawrence, Saugus, Mass. Property: Unit 7E of The Classic Condominiums, Stamford. Amount: $308,000. Filed Nov. 30.

Petri, Ann Marie and Steen Petri, Fairfield. Seller: John C. Shalvoy Jr., Fairfield. Property: 1211 Stillson Road, Fairfield. Amount: $306,000. Filed Nov. 22.

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FACTS & FIGURES Urquhart, Merrie and Glenn Urquhart, Fairfield. Seller: Herbert B. Smith and Ann L. Smith, Fairfield. Property: 290 Alma Drive, Fairfield. Amount: $529,500. Filed Nov. 22. Velazquez, Desiree, Stratford. Seller: Nicole Tower, Stratford. Property: 175 Summer St., Stratford. Amount: $280,000. Filed Dec. 1. Viola, Stephanie and Giorgio Viola, Yorktown Heights, N.Y. Seller: Joe Schirmer, Danbury. Property: 6 Cedar Drive, Bethel. Amount: $385,000. Filed Nov. 22. Walker, Jodi T. and Erik D. Oster, Bethel. Seller: Ferdinand C. Rapant and Jacqueline K. Rapant, Newtown. Property: 43 Bennetts Bridge Road, Newtown. Amount: $435,000. Filed Nov. 29. Wang, Xiaoxuan and Zihong Xie, Stamford. Seller: Erin J. Hyland, Stamford. Property: 700 Summer St., Stamford. Amount: $166,000. Filed Nov. 30. Washnock, Effy and Mikkel Washnock, Stamford. Seller: George L. Budd Jr. and Anita P. Budd, New Canaan. Property: 719 Cheese Spring Road, New Canaan. Amount: $1 million. Filed Nov. 14. Weaver, Michael, Newtown. Seller: Aida A. Reiske, Newtown. Property: 34 Buttonball Drive, Newtown. Amount: $244,900. Filed Nov. 21. Whittingham, Almarie Desrinee, Norwalk. Seller: Secretary of Housing and Urban Development, Washington, D.C. Property: 91 Oakland St., Stratford. Amount: $115,000. Filed Nov. 29. Wilson, Jessie, Darien. Seller: Andre R. Genest and Orla A. Genest, Norwalk. Property: Lot 39, Map 234, Norwalk. Amount: $329,500. Filed Nov. 30.

FORECLOSURES Acevedo, Mayra, et al. Creditor: Christiana Trust, Wilmington, Del. Property: 586-590 Park St., Bridgeport. Delinquent common charges. Filed Nov. 29. Bondoc, Allan, et al. Creditor: E*Trade Bank, Coral Gables, Fla. Property: 26 Ridgedale Road, Bethel. Mortgage default. Filed Nov. 29. Chesney, Kevin, et al. Creditor: Success Village Apartments Inc. Property: Unit 405C in Granfield Ave., Bridgeport. Delinquent common charges. Filed Nov. 29. Congiu, John, et al. Creditor: The Bank of New York Mellon, New York, N.Y. Property: 15 Greenway Drive, Greenwich. Mortgage default. Filed Dec. 1. Dade Realty Company I LLC, et al. Creditor: Cummings Enterprises Inc., Stratford. Property: 450 James Farm Road, Stratford. Mortgage default. Filed Nov. 28. Haensel, Katherine, et al. Creditor: Deutsche Bank National Trust Co., West Palm Beach, Fla. Property: 140 Padanaram Road, Danbury. Mortgage default. Filed Nov. 21. Ho, Dong S., et al. Creditor: JPMorgan Chase Bank NA, Beaverton, Ore. Property: 1211-1217 E. Main St., Bridgeport. Delinquent common charges. Filed Nov. 29. Juanacio, Elvia and Manuel Jaigua, et al. Creditor: The Bank of New York Mellon, trustee, New York, N.Y. Property: 90 South St., Bethel. Mortgage default. Filed Nov. 29. Minalga, Anna and Krystyna Andura, et al. Creditor: Success Village Apartments Inc. Property: Unit 363A in Granfield Ave., Building 6, Bridgeport. Delinquent common charges. Filed Nov. 29.

Woerz, Meredith and Jason H. Woerz. New Canaan. Seller: Matthew A. Shulman and Jennifer E. Shulman, New Canaan. Property: Lot 24, Map 2817, New Canaan. Amount: $2 million. Filed Nov. 10.

Orlando Jr., Andrew, et al. Creditor: Bayview Loan Servicing LLC, Frederick, Md. Property: 35 Blueberry Lane, Stratford. Mortgage default. Filed Dec. 1.

Yao, Tina and James Yao, Wilton. Seller: Lynnwa Zheng and Zhengjie Zheng, Simi Valley, Calif. Property: 39 Hickory Road, Wilton. Amount: $268,888. Filed Dec. 2.

Ortiz, Jessica, et al. Creditor: Nationstar Mortgage LLC, Lewisville, Texas. Property: 254 Bruce Ave., Stratford. Mortgage default. Filed Nov. 30.

Zilis, Amy E. and Daniel E. Murray, Norwalk. Seller: Henri F. Lellouche, Fairfield. Property: 70 Flax Hill Road, Fairfield. Amount: $590,000. Filed Nov. 29.

Quarles, John, et al. Creditor: JPMorgan Chase Bank NA, San Diego, Calif. Property: 140-144 Wessels Ave., Bridgeport. Delinquent common charges. Filed Nov. 30. Rosemarie, Morris, et al. Creditor: U.S. Bank NA, Miamisburg, Ohio. Property: 216 Scofield Ave., Bridgeport. Mortgage default. Filed Nov. 29.

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Sakakini Properties I LLC, et al. Creditor: Ridgefield Bank Mortgage Corp., Ridgefield. Property: 18 Atwater St., Bridgeport. Mortgage default. Filed Nov. 29.

Curry, Evelina, Bridgeport. $854 in favor of Capital One Bank USA NA, Richmond, Va., by London & London, Newington. Property: 291 Beach St., Bridgeport. Filed Nov. 30.

Sakakini Properties I LLC, et al. Creditor: Ridgefield Bank Mortgage Corp., Ridgefield. Property: Parcel A, French Street, Bridgeport. Mortgage default. Filed Nov. 29.

Garcia, Edgar, et al., Bridgeport. $16,805 in favor of Com Link Inc., Stratford, by John R. Bryk, Bridgeport. Property: 965-C William St., Bridgeport. Filed Nov. 29.

Vargas, Marco Antonio, et al. Creditor: U.S. Bank NA, Miamisburg, Ohio. Property: 393 Nancy Drive, Bridgeport. Mortgage default. Filed Nov. 29.

Garcia, Edgar, et al., Bridgeport. $16,805 in favor of Com Link Inc., Stratford, by John R. Bryk, Bridgeport. Property: 965-C William St., Bridgeport. Filed Nov. 30.

JUDGMENTS Allen, Jonathan L., Stratford. $3,736 in favor of Sterling Jewelers Inc., Akron, Ohio, by Mark Sank & Associates LLC, Stamford. Property: 337 Garibaldi Ave., Stratford. Filed Nov. 28. Berube Jr., Robert R., Newtown. $34,714 in favor of Danbury Hospital, Danbury, by Law Office of V. Michael Simko Jr. LLC, Shelton. Property: 55 Sugar St., Unit 11, Newtown. Filed Nov. 30. Boulware, Christine, Bridgeport. $910 in favor of Bridgeport Anesthesia Associates PC, Stratford, by Hertzmark Crean & Lahey LLP, Waterbury. Property: 46 Chalmers Ave., Bridgeport. Filed Nov. 30. Castellani, Gene, Bridgeport. $792 in favor of Midland Funding LLC, San Diego, Calif., by London & London, Newington. Property: 110 Madison Terrace, Bridgeport. Filed Nov. 30. Chappell, Teri, Bridgeport. $443 in favor of The Ob/Gyn Specialty Group, Bridgeport, by Flanagan & Peat, Danbury. Property: 3352 E. Main St., Bridgeport. Filed Nov. 29. Chiappetta, Lorenzo F., Bethel. $1,359 in favor of Capital One Bank USA NA, Richmond, Va., by London & London, Newington. Property: 30 Pell Mell Drive, Bethel. Filed Nov. 10. Clancy, Kenneth, Danbury. $2,241 in favor of Petro Inc., Melville, N.Y., by Gerald S. Knopf, Stamford. Property: 16 Judith Drive, Danbury. Filed Nov. 23. Corcoran, Matthew, Stamford. $19,761 in favor of Capital One Bank USA NA, Richmond, Va., by London & London, Newington. Property: 33 Ridgeway St., Stamford. Filed Nov. 29. Curcio, Elyse S., Stamford. $937 in favor of Cavalry SPV I LLC, Valhalla, N.Y., by London & London, Newington. Property: 47 Woodway Road, Apt. 6, Stamford. Filed Nov. 29.

Gatchalian, Lilian V., Stamford. $3,501 in favor of Capital One Bank USA NA, Richmond, Va., by London & London, Newington. Property: 170 Forest St., Apt. 16, Stamford. Filed Nov. 29. Henrickson, David, New Canaan. $18,539 in favor of USAlliance FCU, Woburn, Mass., by Janine M. Becker, Bridgeport. Property: 289 New Norwalk Road, New Canaan. Filed Oct. 31. Hospital Marketing Services Company Inc., et al., Fairfield. $95,933 in favor of Admiral Packing Inc., Providence, R.I., by The Law Offices of Zullo & Jacks LLC, East Haven. Property: 120 Merwins Lane, Fairfield. Filed Nov. 21. Kellogg, Karine, Newtown. $1,498 in favor of Danbury Hospital, Danbury, by Flanagan & Peat, Danbury. Property: 18 Beaver Dam Road, Newtown. Filed Dec. 5. Lask Holdings LLC, New Canaan. $9,232 in favor of Stoncor Group Inc., Maple Shade, N.Y., by Tobin Melien & Marohn, New Haven. Property: 1032 Silvermine Road, New Canaan. Filed Nov. 7. Lavelle, Timothy J., Bethel. $584 in favor of Midland Funding LLC, San Diego, Calif., by London & London, Newington. Property: 30 Idlewood Ave., Unit 118, Bethel. Filed Nov. 28. Legister, Oliver, Bridgeport. $6,602 in favor of New England Acquisition LLC, Plymouth Meeting, Pa., by Mark Sank & Associates LLC, Stamford. Property: 536 Savoy St., Bridgeport. Filed Nov. 29. Manfam LLC, et al., Bethel. $136,343 in favor of Webster Bank NA, Cheshire, by Pease & Dorio PC, Farmington. Property: 42 Nashville Road Ext., Bethel. Filed Nov. 28. Martin, Marnelli, Wilton. $2,590 in favor of Capital One Bank USA NA, Richmond, Va., by London & London, Newington. Property: 26 Laurel Lane, Wilton. Filed Nov. 28.

Morgan, Thomasina, et al., Bridgeport. $4,562 in favor of The Southern Connecticut Gas Co., Orange, by Nair & Levin PC, Bloomfield. Property: 195 Earl Ave., Bridgeport. Filed Nov. 29. Newsome, Edward, Bridgeport. $1,779 in favor of Petro Inc., Melville, N.Y., by Gerald S. Knopf, Stamford. Property: 715 Lincoln Ave., Bridgeport. Filed Nov. 29. Orlando, Marnie, Stratford. $19,899 in favor of American Express Centurion Bank, Salt Lake City, Utah. Property: by Mark Sank & Associates LLC, Stamford. Property: 55 Blueberry Lane, Stratford. Filed Nov. 28. Ramirez, Luis, Bridgeport. $1,356 in favor of Capital One Bank USA NA, Richmond, Va., by London & London, Newington. Property: 66 Loftus Circle, Bridgeport. Filed Nov. 30. Ribeiro, Candice, Bethel. $396 in favor of Danbury Hospital, Danbury, by Flanagan & Peat, Danbury. Property: 22 Diamond Ave., Apt. B, Bethel. Filed Nov. 14. Ribeiro, Candice, Bethel. $1,153 in favor of Danbury Hospital, Danbury, by Flanagan & Peat, Danbury. Property: 22 Diamond Ave., Apt. B, Bethel. Filed Nov. 14. Romeo, Joseph, Danbury. $16,393 in favor of Midland Funding LLC, San Diego, Calif., by the Law Offices of Howard Lee Schiff PC, East Hartford. Property: 44 Dana Road, Danbury. Filed Nov. 23. Rozario, Amanda and Ernest Rozario, Bridgeport. $1,116 in favor of Bridgeport Anesthesia Associates PC, Stratford, by Hertzmark Crean & Lahey LLP, Waterbury. Property: 74 Olive St., Bridgeport. Filed Nov. 30. Sauer, Rose, Bridgeport. $2,163 in favor of Capital One Bank USA NA, Richmond, Va., by London & London, Newington. Property: 114 Lee Ave., Bridgeport. Filed Nov. 30. Saviano, Natalie A., Fairfield. $7,234 in favor of The United Illuminating Co., New Haven, by Nair & Levin PC, Bloomfield. Property: 73 Weeping Willow Lane, Fairfield. Filed Nov. 28. Vines, Ora L., Bridgeport. $2,234 in favor of Milford Hospital, Milford, by Hertzmark Crean & Lahey LLP, Waterbury. Property: 385 Platt St., Bridgeport. Filed Nov. 29. Williams, Howard, Bridgeport. $368 in favor of Bridgeport Radiological Associates LLC, Trumbull, by Silvia & Ciccarillo LLP, New Britain. Property: 86 Union Ave., Bridgeport. Filed Nov. 29.

LIENS FEDERAL TAX LIENS-FILED Astrologo, Jeff, 9 Whippoorwill Road, Bethel. $15,584, a tax debt on income earned. Filed Nov. 22. Connors, Charles B., 3 Hackett Circle, Apt. 7, Stamford. $56,115, a tax debt on income earned. Filed Dec. 6. Corporate Escapes Inc., 26 Hawleyville Road, Newtown. $39,563, failure to file correct information returns tax penalty, payroll taxes and quarterly payroll taxes. Filed Nov. 22. Corr, Martita T. and Richard P. Baker, 374 Pine Creek Road, Fairfield. $11,419, a tax debt on income earned. Filed Nov. 22. Driftwood LLC, 325 Pequot Ave., Fairfield. $2,228, quarterly payroll taxes. Filed Nov. 22. Girouz, Lori and Walter Erikson, 96 Tauton Hill Road, Newtown. $19,990, a tax debt on income earned. Filed Nov. 22. Gold, Susan and Bill Gold, 21 Tomac Ave., Greenwich. $28,241, a tax debt on income earned. Filed Nov. 28. Jesby, Misha T. and Holland Jesby, 31 Henderson Road, Fairfield. $24,867, a tax debt on income earned. Filed Nov. 22. Mazier, Giselle Y., 34 Cassidy Park, Greenwich. $74,193, a tax debt on income earned. Filed Dec. 5. Reynoso, Luis, 25 Horton Lane, New Canaan. $60,025, a tax debt on income earned. Filed Oct. 27. Skyrm, Scott E., 120 Oak St., New Canaan. $112,264, a tax debt on income earned. Filed Oct. 27. Sporn PC, Judith B., 120 Post Road West, Suite 301, Westport. $2,340, corporate income taxes. Filed Nov. 28. Tibball, Megan K. and Jeffrey S. Tibball, 78 Greenbriar Road, Fairfield. $17,364, a tax debt on income earned. Filed Nov. 22. Tweedy, Joan L., 50 Ledge Road, Apt. 129, Darien. $369,051, generation skipping estate taxes. Filed Nov. 22.

FEDERAL TAX LIENS-RELEASED Administrative Bookkeeping, 170 Post Road, Suite 203, Fairfield. $712, corporate income taxes. Filed Nov. 22.


FACTS & FIGURES Armstrong-Smith, Chri and Root Smith, 35 Wesskum Wood Road, Greenwich. $100,225, a tax debt on income earned. Filed Nov. 21. Berliner, Carol A. and David J. Berliner, 61 Kane Ave., Stamford. $87,722, a tax debt on income earned. Filed Dec. 6. Bevmax International Inc., 17 Cedar St., Stamford. $30,205, quarterly payroll taxes. Filed Dec. 7. Bowman, Marian R. and Andrew B. Bowman, 807 Cascade Drive, Fairfield. $140,320, a tax debt on income earned. Filed Nov. 22. Chingas, Alexander, 7 Iris Lane, Westport. $54,259, a tax debt on income earned. Filed Nov. 28. Dineen, Katherine A. and David Dineen, 20 Bayberry Lane, Darien. $108,662, a tax debt on income earned. Filed Dec. 7. Henry, Jennifer, 22 Bethpage Drive, Bethel. $16,622, a tax debt on income earned. Filed Nov. 14.

MECHANIC’S LIENSFILED 330 Railroad Avenue LLC, Greenwich. Filed by New England Masonry & Roofing Co., Naugatuck, by Lorraine Emanuel. Property: 330 Railroad Ave., Greenwich. Amount: $179,673. Filed Dec. 1. Bridgeport Roman Catholic Diocesan Corp., Bridgeport. Filed by American Total Protection LLC, Hamden, by Paul Raucci. Property: 5151 Park Ave., Fairfield. Amount: $58,303. Filed Nov. 22. E Properties LLC, New Canaan. Filed by Frederick W. Hoag. Property: 215 Elm St., New Canaan. Amount: $15,660. Filed Nov. 7. Estate of Alice Jerman Daniels, New Canaan. Filed by Within Reason Connecticut, New Canaan, by Kelly S. Daniel. Property: 295 Country Club Road, New Canaan. Amount: $17,058. Filed Oct. 25.

Hudak, Michael N., 444 Villa Ave., Fairfield. $781, a tax debt on income earned. Filed Nov. 22.

Precision Construction Services LLC, Savannah, Ga. Filed by Ring’s End Inc., Darien, by John P. Regan, Stamford. Property: 1425 and 1435 Bedford St., Stamford. Amount: $20,422. Filed Nov. 29.

Mastrone, Joan, 42 Hampton Road, Bridgeport. $3,304, a tax debt on income earned. Filed Nov. 29.

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Mastrone, Joan, 42 Hampton Road, Bridgeport. $9,202, a tax debt on income earned. Filed Nov. 29.

Alecta Real Estate USA LLC, Greenwich. Released by Structural Preservation Systems LLC, Baltimore, Md., by Stephen Camisa. Property: Lafayette Place, Map 7081, Greenwich. Amount: $122,899. Filed Nov. 28.

Ozment, Jerry L., 40 E. Maple St., New Canaan. $49,084, a tax debt on income earned. Filed Oct. 27. Ozment, Jerry L., 40 E. Maple St., New Canaan. $10,276, a tax debt on income earned. Filed Oct. 27. Peele, George and Denise-Brown Peele, 32 Algonquin Road, Norwalk. $9,813, a tax debt on income earned. Filed Dec. 2. Saint, Thomas R., 5 Fleetwood Drive, Newtown. $6,964, a tax debt on income earned. Filed Nov. 28. Spadaccino, Patrick M., 499 Washington Ave., Bridgeport. $141,774, a tax debt on income earned. Filed Nov. 29. Spadaccino, Patrick M., 499 Washington Ave., Bridgeport. $27,566, quarterly payroll taxes. Filed Nov. 29.

Soljour, Franois and Shawn Soljour, New Canaan. Released by Femia Landscaping Inc., by Derek Mello. Property: 594 Old Stamford Road, New Canaan. Amount: $8,000. Filed Nov. 1. Sundaram LLC and Satyam Corp., Newtown. Released by American Contracting LLC, Botsford, by Michael Voight. Property: 62 Church Hill Road, Newtown. Amount: $52,586. Filed Nov. 21.

LIS PENDENS Aponte, Jamie Lee, Bridgeport. Filed by Hunt, Leibert & Jacobsen PC, Hartford, for HSBC Bank USA NA, Buffalo, N.Y. Property: 55-57 DeKalb Ave., Bridgeport. Action: to foreclose on a delinquent mortgage in the original principal amount of $200,000, dated September 2007. Filed Nov. 29.

Badman III, John B., et al., Greenwich. Filed by Hunt, Leibert & Jacobsen PC, Hartford, for The Bank of New York Mellon, trustee, New York, N.Y. Property: 20 Mackenzie Glen, Greenwich. Action: to foreclose on a delinquent mortgage in the original principal amount of $900,000, dated April 2004. Filed Nov. 23.

Danks, Karen, et al., Stamford. Filed by Hunt, Leibert & Jacobsen PC, Hartford, for U.S. Bank NA, Salt Lake City, Utah. Property: 11 Laurel Road, Stamford. Action: to foreclose on a delinquent mortgage in the original principal amount of $1 million, dated March 2007. Filed Nov. 28.

Baltazar, Edwin, et al., Bethel. Filed by Bendett and McHugh PC, Farmington, for Ditech Financial LLC. Property: 63 Payne Road, Bethel. Action: to foreclose on a delinquent mortgage in the original principal amount of $165,000, dated November 2008. Filed Nov. 22.

Dean, Eric, et al., Wilton. Filed by Hunt, Leibert & Jacobsen PC, Hartford, for JPMorgan Chase Bank NA, Columbus, Ohio. Property: 71 Coley Road, Wilton. Action: to foreclose on a delinquent mortgage in the original principal amount of $1.3 million, dated May 2004. Filed Nov. 23.

Beason, Penord, et al., Bridgeport. Filed by Bendett and McHugh PC, Farmington, for Wilmington Trust Co., Wilmington, Del. Property: 859-861 Iranistan Ave., Bridgeport. Action: to foreclose on a delinquent mortgage in the original principal amount of $239,540, dated December 2007. Filed Nov. 28.

Ferraro, Jolanta, et al., New Canaan. Filed by Hunt, Leibert & Jacobsen PC, Hartford, for M&T Bank NA, Buffalo, N.Y. Property: 260 Lukes Wood Road, New Canaan. Action: to foreclose on a delinquent mortgage in the original principal amount of $1.5 million, dated January 2010. Filed Nov. 7.

Bigley, Mei Ling, Stamford. Filed by Bendett and McHugh PC, Farmington, for Wells Fargo Bank NA, Frederick, Md. Property: 157 Strawberry Hill Ave., Stamford. Action: to foreclose on a delinquent mortgage in the original principal amount of $326,445, dated June 2011. Filed Nov. 28.

Fitzgerald, William B., Bridgeport. Filed by John R. Bryk, Bridgeport, for The Beechmont Professional Center Association Inc. Property: 3180 Main St., Unit 2G, Bridgeport. Action: to foreclose on a condominium lien for delinquent common charges and assessments and take immediate possession of the premises. Filed Nov. 29.

Cain, Anne F., et al., Newtown. Filed by Bendett and McHugh PC, Farmington, for U.S. Bank NA, Salt Lake City, Utah. Property: 32 Buttonshop Road, Newtown. Action: to foreclose on a delinquent mortgage in the original principal amount of $405,750, dated December 2005. Filed Nov. 21. Castro, Raquel, et al., Bridgeport. Filed by Bendett and McHugh PC, Farmington, for Connecticut Housing Finance Authority, Rocky Hill. Property: 115 Rose St., Bridgeport. Action: to foreclose on a delinquent mortgage in the original principal amount of $203,700, dated March 2003. Filed Nov. 29. Corey, Paul L., et al., Bethel. Filed by Hunt, Leibert & Jacobsen PC, Hartford, for Lakeview Loan Servicing LLC, Coral Gables, Fla. Property: 21A Partridge Drive, Bethel. Action: to foreclose on a delinquent mortgage in the original principal amount of $297,989, dated August 2013. Filed Nov. 14. Cruz, John, et al., Stratford. Filed by Hunt, Leibert & Jacobsen PC, Hartford, for The Bank of New York Mellon, trustee, New York, N.Y. Property: 295 Roosevelt Drive, Stratford. Action: to foreclose on a delinquent mortgage in the original principal amount of $218,000, dated May 2006. Filed Nov. 30.

Flores, Alberto, Bridgeport. Filed by Hunt, Leibert & Jacobsen PC, Hartford, for Federal National Mortgage Association, Washington, D.C. Property: 316 Saunders Ave., Bridgeport. Action: to foreclose on a delinquent mortgage in the original principal amount of $165,859, dated August 2012. Filed Nov. 29. Foreman, Mark A., et al., Fairfield. Filed by Hunt, Leibert & Jacobsen PC, Hartford, for Wells Fargo Bank NA, Frederick, Md. Property: 4570 Black Rock Turnpike, Fairfield. Action: to foreclose on a delinquent mortgage in the original principal amount of $800,000, dated July 2008. Filed Nov. 28. Goncalves, Robert C., et al., Stratford. Filed by Hunt, Leibert & Jacobsen PC, Hartford, for Carrington Mortgage Services LLC. Property: 125 Warner Hill Road, Unit 117, Stratford. Action: to foreclose on a delinquent mortgage in the original principal amount of $210,407, dated May 2008. Filed Nov. 29. Griffen, Sylvia J., et al., Stamford. Filed by Bendett and McHugh PC, Farmington, for Citifinancial Services LLC. Property: 39 Underhill St., Stamford. Action: to foreclose on a delinquent mortgage in the original principal amount of, dated September 2005. Filed Nov. 30.

Hunter, Paulette, et al., Bridgeport. Filed by Jackson Law Group CT LLC, Shelton, for Candlelight Terrace Association. Property: Unit 153 of Candlelight Terrace Condominium, Bridgeport. Action: to foreclose on a condominium lien for delinquent common charges and assessments and take immediate possession of the premises. Filed Nov. 30.

Marrett, Keith A. and Geina K. Marrett, et al., Bridgeport. Filed by Halloran & Sage LLP, Hartford, for Connecticut Housing Finance Authority, Rocky Hill. Property: 350 Birmingham St., Bridgeport. Action: to foreclose on a delinquent mortgage in the original principal amount of $211,050, dated July 2009. Filed Nov. 29.

Ionescu, Istrate, et al., Stratford. Filed by Hunt, Leibert & Jacobsen PC, Hartford, for JPMorgan Chase Bank NA, Columbus, Ohio. Property: 1435 North Ave., Stratford. Action: to foreclose on a delinquent mortgage in the original principal amount of $200,000, dated March 2007. Filed Nov. 30.

Mateo, Amy, et al., Bridgeport. Filed by Leopold & Associates, Stamford, for The Bank of New York Mellon, trustee, New York, N.Y. Property: 20 Soundview Ave., Bridgeport. Action: to foreclose on a delinquent mortgage in the original principal amount of $190,000, dated September 2005. Filed Nov. 29.

Islam, Saifiqul, et al., Norwalk. Filed by Marinosci Law Group PC, Warwick, R.I., for Nationstar Mortgage LLC, Lewisville, Texas. Property: Unit A-4 of Van Zant St., Norwalk. Action: to foreclose on a delinquent mortgage in the original principal amount of $139,650, dated June 2016. Filed Nov. 28.

McCullough, Mary I., Fairfield. Filed by Hunt, Leibert & Jacobsen PC, Hartford, for The Bank of New York Mellon, trustee, New York, N.Y. Property: 2255 Burr St., Fairfield. Action: to foreclose on a delinquent mortgage in the original principal amount of $592,000, dated November 2005. Filed Nov. 21.

Joseph, Tracey, et al., Bridgeport. Filed by The Witherspoon Law Offices, Farmington, for Wells Fargo Bank NA, Frederick, Md. Property: 745 Platt St., Bridgeport. Action: to foreclose on a delinquent mortgage in the original principal amount of $127,645, dated September 2012. Filed Nov. 28.

McGuire, Janice E., et al., Westport. Filed by Hunt, Leibert & Jacobsen PC, Hartford, for M&T Bank NA, Buffalo, N.Y. Property: 71 High Point Road, Westport. Action: to foreclose on a delinquent mortgage in the original principal amount of $525,000, dated February 2008. Filed Nov. 28.

Koniecko, Miroslaw, et al., Norwalk. Filed by Hunt, Leibert & Jacobsen PC, Hartford, for JPMorgan Chase Bank NA, Columbus, Ohio. Property: 1 Poplar St., Norwalk. Action: to foreclose on a delinquent mortgage in the original principal amount of $260,000, dated November 2002. Filed Nov. 30.

McGuire, Judith, et al., Stratford. Filed by Bendett and McHugh PC, Farmington, for Bank of America NA, San Diego, Calif. Property: 205 Hickory Woods, Unit 26, Stratford. Action: to foreclose on a delinquent mortgage in the original principal amount of $290,000, dated April 2009. Filed Nov. 28.

Kyle, Grattan B., et al., Stratford. Filed by Hunt, Leibert & Jacobsen PC, Hartford, for Wells Fargo Bank NA, Frederick, Md. Property: 23 Circle Drive, Stratford. Action: to foreclose on a delinquent mortgage in the original principal amount of $160,000, dated January 2003. Filed Nov. 28.

Mohammed, Shaheed, et al., Bridgeport. Filed by The Marcus Law Firm, North Branford, for the Water Pollution Control Authority for the city of Bridgeport. Property: 84 Calvert Place, Bridgeport. Action: to foreclose on a sewer-use lien for nonpayment of sewer-use fees and take immediate possession of the premises. Filed Nov. 30.

Lady Diamond Corp., et al., Bridgeport. Filed by Kapusta, Otzel & Averaimo, Milford, for Wilmington Trust Co., Wilmington, Del. Property: 227-231 Grove St., Bridgeport. Action: to foreclose on a delinquent mortgage in the original principal amount of $259,000, dated October 2006. Filed Nov. 28.

Mueller, Dana, et al., Stratford. Filed by Bendett and McHugh PC, Farmington, for Plaza Home Mortgage Inc. Property: 205 Boswell St., Stratford. Action: to foreclose on a delinquent mortgage in the original principal amount of $124,735, dated May 2012. Filed Nov. 30.

Levey, Hugh W., et al., Greenwich. Filed by Hunt, Leibert & Jacobsen PC, Hartford, for Bank of America NA, San Diego, Calif. Property: 2 Calhoun Drive, Greenwich. Action: to foreclose on a delinquent mortgage in the original principal amount of $2.5 million, dated November 2007. Filed Dec. 1.

Munoz-Gonzalez, Alejandro, et al., Stamford. Filed by Hunt, Leibert & Jacobsen PC, Hartford, for Ditech Financial LLC. Property: 102 Summer St., Unit B, Stamford. Action: to foreclose on a delinquent mortgage in the original principal amount of $200,000, dated March 2007. Filed Nov. 30.

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FACTS & FIGURES Nash, Jennifer J., et al., Stamford. Filed by Bendett and McHugh PC, Farmington, for Ditech Financial LLC. Property: 25 Vanech Drive, Stamford. Action: to foreclose on a delinquent mortgage in the original principal amount of $185,000, dated February 2004. Filed Nov. 28. O’Brien, Sheri A., et al., Norwalk. Filed by Hunt, Leibert & Jacobsen PC, Hartford, for U.S. Bank NA, Salt Lake City, Utah. Property: 4 Cory Lane, Norwalk. Action: to foreclose on a delinquent mortgage in the original principal amount of $75,000, dated June 2005. Filed Nov. 29. Ostlie, Richard A., et al., Bethel. Filed by Christopher G. Winans, Danbury, for Savings Bank of Danbury, Danbury. Property: Unit 140 of New Plumbtree Heights Condominium, Bethel. Action: to foreclose on a delinquent mortgage in the original principal amount of $237,600, dated September 2008. Filed Nov. 30. Palavra, Constantine, et al., Bridgeport. Filed by The Marcus Law Firm, North Branford, for the Water Pollution Control Authority for the city of Bridgeport. Property: 98 Little Deer Road, Bridgeport. Action: to foreclose on a sewer-use lien for nonpayment of sewer-use fees and take immediate possession of the premises. Filed Nov. 30.

Polk, Bevis, et al., Bridgeport. Filed by The Marcus Law Firm, North Branford, for Water Pollution Control Authority for the city of Bridgeport. Property: 1353-1355 Fairfield Ave., Bridgeport. Action: to foreclose on a sewer-use lien for nonpayment of sewer-use fees and take immediate possession of the premises. Filed Nov. 30. Rams, Moises A., et al., Bridgeport. Filed by Hunt, Leibert & Jacobsen PC, Hartford, for Bank of America NA, San Diego, Calif. Property: 1229 Noble Ave., Bridgeport. Action: to foreclose on a delinquent mortgage in the original principal amount of $45,000, dated October 2002. Filed Nov. 29. Riverlane 1 LLC, et al., Westport. Filed by Christopher G. Winans, Danbury, for Union Savings Bank, Danbury. Property: 5 River Lane, Westport. Action: to foreclose on a delinquent mortgage in the original principal amount of $850,000, dated April 2014. Filed Nov. 29. Santiago, Gerin E., Norwalk. Filed by Kapusta, Otzel & Averaimo, Milford, for U.S. Bank NA, Salt Lake City, Utah. Property: 21 Fullmar Lane, Norwalk. Action: to foreclose on a delinquent mortgage in the original principal amount of $410,000, dated May 2004. Filed Nov. 28.

Papadopoulos, Steve, et al., Norwalk. Filed by Hunt, Leibert & Jacobsen PC, Hartford, for JPMorgan Chase Bank NA, Columbus, Ohio. Property: Lot C, Map 1285, Norwalk. Action: to foreclose on a delinquent mortgage in the original principal amount of $642,600, dated August 2007. Filed Nov. 28.

Scraders, Anthony H., et al., Stratford. Filed by Marinosci Law Group PC, Warwick, R.I., for U.S. Bank NA, Salt Lake City, Utah. Property: 393 Columbus Ave., Stratford. Action: to foreclose on a delinquent mortgage in the original principal amount of $136,100, dated August 2005. Filed Dec. 2.

Peralta, Sandra, et al., Bridgeport. Filed by The Marcus Law Firm, North Branford, for the Water Pollution Control Authority for the city of Bridgeport. Property: 78-80 Bennett St., Bridgeport. Action: to foreclose on a sewer-use lien for nonpayment of sewer-use fees and take immediate possession of the premises. Filed Nov. 30.

Sullivan, Timothy J., Wilton. Filed by John P. Regan, Stamford, for Ring’s End Inc., Darien. Property: Chestnut Hill Road, Wilton. Action: to foreclose on a mechanic’s lien and take immediate possession of the premises. Filed Nov. 29.

Pereira-Gleason, Karina, et al., Bridgeport. Filed by Bendett and McHugh PC, Farmington, for Nationstar Mortgage LLC, Lewisville, Texas. Property: 340 Summit St., Bridgeport. Action: to foreclose on a delinquent mortgage in the original principal amount of $153,600, dated June 2005. Filed Nov. 29. Pierre, Leonel, et al., Bridgeport. Filed by Bendett and McHugh PC, Farmington, for Bank of America NA, San Diego, Calif. Property: 171 Indian Ave., Bridgeport. Action: to foreclose on a delinquent mortgage in the original principal amount of $263,240, dated January 2008. Filed Nov. 28.

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Szilgayi, Maryhelen, et al., Bridgeport. Filed by The Marcus Law Firm, North Branford, for the Water Pollution Control Authority for the city of Bridgeport. Property: 325 Ruth St., Bridgeport. Action: to foreclose on a sewer-use lien for nonpayment of sewer-use fees and take immediate possession of the premises. Filed Nov. 30. Taylor, Tracy Lynn, et al., Greenwich. Filed by Andrea C. Sisca, Greenwich, for Gilliam Lane Association Inc. Property: Twin Lakes Lane, Greenwich. Action: to seek adverse possession, declaratory judgment and a quiet title of the property. Filed Nov. 22.

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The St. James Building Association Inc., Stratford. Filed by John R. Bryk, Bridgeport, for Rolling Thunder II LLC. Property: 2252 Main St., Stratford. Action: to foreclose an agreement for the purchase of real property and for other legal and equitable relief. Filed Dec. 1. Thompson, Abbie G., et al., Stamford. Filed by Bendett and McHugh PC, Farmington, for Connecticut Housing Finance Authority, Rocky Hill. Property: 20 Spruce St., Unit 11, Stamford. Action: to foreclose on a delinquent mortgage in the original principal amount of $124,100, dated October 2004. Filed Nov. 28. U.S. Bank NA, Bridgeport. Filed by The Marcus Law Firm, North Branford, for the Water Pollution Control Authority for the city of Bridgeport. Property: 141-143 Eagle St., Bridgeport. Action: to foreclose on a sewer-use lien for nonpayment of sewer-use fees and take immediate possession of the premises. Filed Nov. 30. Valdivia, Roxana M., et al., Bridgeport. Filed by The Marcus Law Firm, North Branford, for the Water Pollution Control Authority for the city of Bridgeport. Property: 264 George St., Bridgeport. Action: to foreclose on a sewer-use lien for nonpayment of sewer-use fees and take immediate possession of the premises. Filed Nov. 30. Visconti, Laura Maggio, et al., Bethel. Filed by Kapusta, Otzel & Averaimo, Milford, for The Bank of New York Mellon, trustee, New York, N.Y. Property: 53 Ridgedale Road, Bethel. Action: to foreclose on a delinquent mortgage in the original principal amount of $359,650, dated October 2005. Filed Nov. 28. Watkins, Mitzie M., et al., Bridgeport. Filed by Kapusta, Otzel & Averaimo, Milford, for Nationstar Mortgage LLC, Lewisville, Texas. Property: 270 Greenwood St., Bridgeport. Action: to foreclose on a delinquent mortgage in the original principal amount of $265,000, dated July 2007. Filed Nov. 29. Welfare, Catherine, et al., Stratford. Filed by Hunt, Leibert & Jacobsen PC, Hartford, for HSBC Bank USA NA, Buffalo, N.Y. Property: 64 Flora Drive, Stratford. Action: to foreclose on a delinquent mortgage in the original principal amount of $350,800, dated June 2006. Filed Nov. 29. Womack, Enith M., et al., Norwalk. Filed by Kapusta, Otzel & Averaimo, Milford, for U.S. Bank NA, Salt Lake City, Utah. Property: 6 Cove Ave., Norwalk. Action: to foreclose on a delinquent mortgage in the original principal amount of $464,000, dated December 2006. Filed Dec. 1.

MORTGAGES 10 Elm Street LLC, Greenwich, by Jennifer Charlebois Martin. Lender: The First Bank of Greenwich, Greenwich. Property: 10 Elm St., Greenwich. Amount: $250,000. Filed Nov. 29. 118 Ogden LLC, Lido Beach, N.Y., by Salvatore Mangiafreno. Lender: People’s United Bank NA, Bridgeport. Property: 116-122 Ogden St., Bridgeport. Amount: $300,000. Filed Nov. 30. 1200 Summer Street Associates, Stamford, by Daniel M. McCabe. Lender: The First Bank of Greenwich, Greenwich. Property: 1200 Summer St., Suites 201A, 201B, 201C and 202, Stamford. Amount: $975,000. Filed Dec. 5. 225 Lordship Blvd LLC, Stamford, by Anthony Kolich. Lender: Darien Rowayton Bank, Darien. Property: 225 Lordship Blvd., Stratford. Amount: $2.3 million. Filed Nov. 29. 225 Lordship Blvd LLC, Stamford, by Anthony Kolich. Lender: Darien Rowayton Bank, Darien. Property: 225 Lordship Blvd., Stratford. Amount: $1.2 million. Filed Nov. 29. 265 Main Street LLC, Ridgefield, by Donald C. Sturges. Lender: Donald C. Sturges, Ridgefield. Property: 2 Scribner Ave., 317 and 319 Flax Hill Road, Norwalk. Amount: $800,000. Filed Dec. 1. 4 Bramble Lane LLC, Greenwich, by Thomas B. Fox Jr. Lender: First Republic Bank, San Francisco, Calif. Property: 4 Bramble Lane, Greenwich. Amount: $1.7 million. Filed Nov. 22. 484 Vincellette St. LLC, by Jonathan Makovsky. Lender: Daniel Kraus. Property: 484 Vincellette St., Bridgeport. Amount: $100,000. Filed Nov. 30. 484 Vincellette St. LLC, by Jonathan Makovsky. Lender: Molly Listhaus. Property: 484 Vincellette St., Bridgeport. Amount: $50,000. Filed Nov. 30. American Homes Development II LLC, Stratford, by Ralph M. Grasso Jr. Lender: DelBuono Family Lending LLC, Plymouth, Mass. Property: 4041 Congress St., Fairfield. Amount: $510,000. Filed Nov. 22. Bethel Hotel LLC, Bethel, by Hardik Patel. Lender: Savings Bank of Danbury, Danbury. Property: 11 Stony Hill Road, Bethel. Amount: $3 million. Filed Dec. 1. Bhagya Realty Holdings LLC, Bronxville, N.Y., by Gary Flocco. Lender: The city of Bridgeport. Property: 1341 Railroad Ave., Bridgeport. Amount: $500,000. Filed Nov. 30.

Brookwyck Partners LLC, Newtown, by Robert A. Harris. Lender: Secure Bridge Fund 1 LLC, Wilton. Property: 42 High Rock Road, Newtown. Amount: $400,000. Filed Nov. 23. Coastal Construction Group LLC, Westport, by Ryan Moran. Lender: First County Bank, Stamford. Property: 66 Turkey Hill Road South, Westport. Amount: $840,000. Filed Nov. 29. DBK 50 Dyke LLC, Stamford, by Gerard J. Kiley Jr. Lender: First County Bank, Stamford. Property: 50 Dyke Lane, Stamford. Amount: $840,000. Filed Dec. 1. DWB Holdings LLC, Norwalk, by Joseph K. Passero. Lender: People’s United Bank NA, Bridgeport. Property: 28 Washington St., Norwalk. Amount: $1 million. Filed Nov. 30. ESP Pine Street LLC, New Canaan, by Anthony Giordano. Lender: Bankwell Bank, New Canaan. Property: 121 Park St., New Canaan. Amount: $1.6 million. Filed Nov. 9. Fore Group Inc., Farmington, by Fortis Dules. Lender: Hemlock Hill Road LLC, New Canaan. Property: 183 Hemlock Hill Road, New Canaan. Amount: $1 million. Filed Nov. 10. Hawley Avenue Inc., Greenwich, by Kim M. Nichols. Lender: TD Bank NA, Cherry Hill, N.J. Property: 397-399 Hawley Ave., Bridgeport. Amount: $157,500. Filed Nov. 29. Impala Jaycee LLC, Stamford, by Phillip Putter. Lender: Wells Fargo Bank NA, Shelton. Property: 184 Selleck St., Stamford. Amount: $3 million. Filed Nov. 29. LBA Properties LLC, Fairfield, by Arthur Jara. Lender: People’s United Bank NA, Bridgeport. Property: 533-541 Honeyspot Road, Stratford. Amount: $600,000. Filed Nov. 29. ML Estates LLC, by Maria M. Lote. Lender: Visio Financial Services Inc., Austin, Texas. Property: 104106 Linen Ave., Bridgeport. Amount: $119,250. Filed Nov. 29. MNG Properties LLC, Miami, Fla., by Marc Gueron. Lender: People’s United Bank NA, Bridgeport. Property: 24, 30, 34 and 34A Cannon Road, Wilton. Amount: $665,000. Filed Nov. 28. Noroton Yacht Club Inc., Darien, by Glen LeBlanc. Lender: Fairfield County Bank, Ridgefield. Property: 23 Baywater Drive, Darien. Amount: $4 million. Filed Nov. 23. Parrish Associates LLC, Stamford, by Paul Parish. Lender: Webster Bank NA, Waterbury. Property: 1555 Stratford Ave. and 1567-1569 Stratford Ave., Bridgeport. Amount: $93,710. Filed Nov. 30.

Pinnacle Peak Inc., Shelton, by G. Thomas Nettleton. Lender: Savings Bank of Danbury, Danbury. Property: 222 Country Road, Fairfield. Amount: $500,000. Filed Nov. 23. Railroad Avenue Lofts LLC, Bronxville, N.Y., by Gary Flocco. Lender: Connecticut Housing Finance Authority, Rocky Hill. Property: Unit 2 of Cherry Street Lofts, Bridgeport. Amount: $40 million. Filed Nov. 30. Railroad Avenue Lofts LLC, Bronxville, N.Y., by Gary Flocco. Lender: TPC Income Fund LLC, Eagle, Idaho. Property: Unit 2 of Cherry Street Lofts, Bridgeport. Amount: $1.3 million. Filed Nov. 30. Railroad Avenue Lofts LLC, Bronxville, N.Y., by Gary Flocco. Lender: Bhagya Realty Holdings II LLC, Bronxville, N.Y. Property: Unit 2 of Cherry Street Lofts, Bridgeport. Amount: $182,686. Filed Nov. 30. Railroad Avenue Lofts LLC, Bronxville, N.Y., by Gary Flocco. Lender: Investment Property Exchange Services Inc., Armonk, N.Y. Property: Unit 2 of Cherry Street Lofts, Bridgeport. Amount: $500,000. Filed Nov. 30. STG Holdings, Stratford, by Stacey Kosarka. Lender Pinnacle Financial Services LLC, East Windsor Hill. Property: 510 E. Main St., Stratford. Amount: $110,000. Filed Dec. 1. Summer Street Property LLC, New York, N.Y., Lender: Bankcorp Bank, New York, N.Y. Property: 733, 777 Summer St., 612 Bedford St. and 0 North St., Stamford. Amount: $8.5 million. Filed Nov. 30. Victorson LLC, Greenwich, by Nigel P. Han. Lender: FTF Lending LLC, New York, N.Y. Property: Lot 3, Riversville Road, Greenwich. Amount: $1.4 million. Filed Nov. 30. Waterfall Plaza LLC, Trumbull, by Antoinette Voll. Lender: Wells Fargo Bank NA, Shelton. Property: Parcel 2, Maps 768 and 7771, Newtown. Amount: $1.8 million. Filed Nov. 22.

NEW BUSINESSES 1 Carbon Copy, 8 Norden Place, Unit 208, Norwalk 06855, c/o Ecocus 28 Two LLC. Filed Dec. 2. A&G Group, 99 Prospect St., Stamford 06901, c/o Nugzari Alavidze. Filed Dec. 2. A Single Strand, 29 Spoonwood Road, Wilton 06897, c/o Alice B. Woods. Filed Nov. 29. Andrew Burke Executive Recruiters, 93 Hollow Tree Ridge Road, Darien 06820, c/o Andrew J. Burke. Filed Nov. 3.


LEGAL NOTICES Notice of formation of Liane Douglas, Licensed Behavior Analyst, PLLC. Arts. Of Org. filed with SSNY on 9/2/16. Offc. Loc: Westchester Cty. SSNY desig. as agent of the PLLC upon whom process against it may be served. SSNY shall mail process to the PLLC, P O Box 93, Waccabuc, NY 10597. Purpose: For the practice of Applied Behavior Analysis #60853 360 Bradhurst Ave LLC, a domestic LLC, filed with the SSNY on 11/8/16. Office location: Westchester County. SSNY is designated as agent upon whom process against the LLC may be served. SSNY shall mail process to The LLC, 76 Kathwood Rd., Yonkers, NY 10710. General purpose. #60854 JAMY Holdings LLC. Date of filing Articles of Organization with the Secretary of State (SSNY) 11/03/2016. The LLC is located in Westchester County. Rocket Lawyer has been designated as agent of the LLC upon whom process against it may be served. The post office address to which the SSNY shall mail a copy of any process against it served is to the principal business location at c/o Rocket Lawyer, 1967 Wehrle Drive, Suite 1-086, Buffalo, NY 14221. Purpose of business of LLC is any lawful act or activity. #60855 Bellwether Consulting, LLC. Art. of Org. filed w/ SSNY 9/15/16. Office in Westchester Co. SSNY designated for service of process and shall mail to: The LLC, 22 Wilson Dr, New Rochelle, NY 10801. Purpose: Any lawful activity #60856 Notice of Application for Authority (AA) for Van Meter, LLC (LLC) to do business in New York. AA filed with the Secretary of State (SSNY) on 5/17/16. LLC formed in VA on 6/11/09. Office located in Westchester County. SSNY designated as agent of LLC upon whom process against it may be served. SSNY to mail a copy of process to LLCís principle office at 450 Milton Rd Rye, NY 10580. Copies of Cert. of Org. of LLC may be obtained from SCC of VA, P.O. Box 1197 Richmond, VA 23218. Purpose of business of LLC is any lawful act or activity. #60860 Notice of Application for Authority (AA) for West Ghent Studio, LLC (LLC) to do business in New York. AA filed with the Secretary of State (SSNY) on 9/13/16. LLC formed in VA on 1/11/13. Office located in Westchester County. SSNY designated as agent of LLC upon whom process against it may be served. SSNY to mail a copy of process to LLCís principle office at 450 Milton Rd Rye, NY 10580. Copies of Certif. of Org. of LLC may be obtained from SCC of VA, P.O. Box 1197 Richmond, VA 23218. Purpose of business of LLC is any lawful act or activity. #60861

Circle Concepts LLC Arts. of Org. filed w/ SSNY 11/4/16. Off. in West. Co. SSNY desig. as agt. of LLC whom process may be served. SSNY shall mail process to the LLC, 59 Griffen Ave, Scarsdale, NY 10583. Purpose: any lawful activity. #60863 SKYHOOK PRODUCTIONS LLC. Articles of Organization were filed with the Secretary of State of New York (SSNY) on 11/01/2016. Office location: Westchester County. SSNY has been designated as agent of the LLC upon whom process against it may be served. SSNY shall mail a copy of process to: The LLC, 215 Loring Avenue, Pelham, New York 10803, principal business location of the LLC. Purpose: any lawful business activity. #60864 ITSM Associates, LLC, Art. of Org. filed with NY Secy. of State on 08/01/16. Office located in Westchester Co. Secy. of State designated as agent upon which process may be served. Secy. of State shall mail a copy of any process against it served upon him/her to: 93 Shelley Avenue, Port Chester, NY 10573 (the LLCís primary business location). LLC may engage in any lawful act or activity for which a limited liability company may be formed #60869 Taliageorgette LLC, a domestic LLC, filed with the SSNY on 11/9/16. Office location: Westchester County. SSNY is designated as agent upon whom process against the LLC may be served. SSNY shall mail process Talia Salvati, 171 Cedar Dr. E., Briarcliff Manor, NY 10510. General purpose. #60874 Notice of formation of The Birch Collective WP, LLC. Art. of Org. filed with the Sect’y of State of NY (SSNY) on 08/01/2016. Office in Weschester County. SSNY has been designated as agent of LLC upon whom process against it may be served. SSNY shall mail process to: 91 Mamaroneck Avenue, White Plains, NY 10601, principal business location of the LLC. Purpose: any lawful purpose. #60875 SNS Technology, LLC. Filed 10/20/16 Office: Westchester Co. SSNY designated as agent for process & shall mail to:34 Norm Ave, Bedford Hills, NY 10507 Purpose: all lawful #60876 Pie Brothers International LLC. Filed 11/16/16 Office: Westchester Co. SSNY designated as agent for process & shall mail to:12 Water St #204 White Plains, NY 10601 Purpose: all lawful #60877 3800 Tremont Associates LLC. Filed 10/31/16 Office: Westchester Co. SSNY designated as agent for process & shall mail to:12 Water St #204 White Plains, NY 10601 Purpose: all lawful #60878 9 North Realty LLC. Filed 10/25/16 Office: Westchester Co. SSNY designated as agent for process & shall mail to:25 Wolffe St Yonkers, NY 10705 Purpose: all lawful #60879

43 Middle Pond Road Holding LLC. Filed 11/15/16 Office: Westchester Co. SSNY designated as agent for process & shall mail to:12 Water St #204 White Plains, NY 10601 Purpose: all lawful #60880 227 E 67PH LLC. Filed 11/16/16 Office: Westchester Co. SSNY designated as agent for process & shall mail to:12 Water St #204 White Plains, NY 10601 Purpose: all lawful #60881 Notice of Formation of Sorkin 61 North 9th Street Debt LLC. Arts. of Org. filed with Secy. of State of NY (SSNY) on 11/22/16. Office location: Westchester County. SSNY designated as agent of LLC upon whom process against it may be served. SSNY shall mail process to: c/o Sierra Assets Group, 30 Glenn Street, White Plains, NY 10603. Purpose: any lawful activity. #60882 Pierce Mental Health Advocacy Services, LLC. Filed 11/30/16 Office: Westchester Co. SSNY designated as agent for process & shall mail to:150 Stone Meadow, South Salem, NY 10590 Purpose: all lawful. #60883 NOTICE OF FORMATION OF PROFESSIOINAL SERVICE LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY. NAME: W ORTHODONTICS, PLLC. Articles of Organization were filed with the Secretary or State of New York (SSNY) on 11/03/16. Office location: Westchester County. SSNY has been designated as agent of the PLLC upon whom process against it may be served. SSNY shall mail a copy of process to the PLLC, 95 Church Street, Suite 400, White Plains, New York 10601. Purpose: For the practice of the profession of Dentistry. #60884 Acro Ventures LLC, a domestic LLC, filed with the SSNY on 8/23/16. Office location: Westchester County. SSNY is designated as agent upon whom process against the LLC may be served. SSNY shall mail process to The LLC, 30 Luzern Rd., Dobbs Ferry, NY 10522. General purpose. #60885 Ben Shuzen LLC, a domestic LLC, filed with the SSNY on 11/28/16. Office location: Westchester County. SSNY is designated as agent upon whom process against the LLC may be served. SSNY shall mail process to The LLC, 10 New King St., Ste. 209, White Plains, NY 10604. General purpose. #60886 Jane Light Company LLC, a domestic LLC, filed with the SSNY on 11/22/16. Office location: Westchester County. SSNY is designated as agent upon whom process against the LLC may be served. SSNY shall mail process to The LLC, 36 Stornowaye St., Chappaqua, NY 10514. General purpose. #60888

Notice of Formation of Dimapilis Dauz Business Group, LLC, Art. Of Org. filed with SSNY on 10/11/16. Offc. Loc: Westchester Cty. SSNY desig. as desig agent of the LLC upon whom process against it may be served. SSNY shall mail process to the LLC, 14 S. Broadway, 8-1A, Irvington, NY, 10533. Purpose: any lawful purpose. #60889 Sai Bless LLC articles of Org. filed with NY Secretary of State (SSNY) on 14thth November2016, office location: Westchester County. SSNY is designated as agent of LLC upon whom process may be served. NS shall mail service of process (SOP) to LLC at 412 COLUMBUS AVE APT #2 WEST HARRISON, NY 10604, and purpose is any lawful purpose. #60891 CityDronez, LLC, a domestic LLC, filed with the SSNY on 12/6/16. Office location: Westchester County. SSNY is designated as agent upon whom process against the LLC may be served. SSNY shall mail process to The LLC, 2 Ledgewood Commons, Millwood, NY 105461025. General purpose. #60892 Notice of Formation of 91 GLEN LLC. Principal Office Westchester County. Secretary of State of NY (SSNY) designated as agent for service of process. SSNY shall mail a copy of any process served against the LLC to 4 Allen Place, Bronxville, NY 10708 Articles of Organization of the LLC filed with the SSNY on November 22, 2016. Purpose: Any lawful act(s) #60893 NOTICE OF FORMATION OF MAPLE & ROSE LLC. Arts. Of Org. filed with SSNY on 9/23/16. Office location: Westchester County. SSNY designated as agent of LLC upon whom process may be served. SSNY shall mail process to 54 Rose Ave., Eastchester, NY 10709. Purpose: Any lawful act or activity. #60894 Notice of Formation of Giordano Beauty, LLC Art. Of Org. filed with SSNY on 10/24/16. Offc. Loc: Westchester Cty. SSNY desig. as agent of the LLC upon whom process against it may be served. SSNY shall mail process to the LLC, 57 Alexander Street Yonkers, NY 10701 Purpose: any lawful purpose. #60895 Notice of Formation of Westman Atelier LLC. Arts. of Org. filed with Secy. of State of NY (SSNY) on 12/7/16. Office location: Westchester County. SSNY designated as agent of LLC upon whom process against it may be served. SSNY shall mail process to: 148 Baldwin Road, Mt. Kisco, NY 10549. Purpose: any lawful activity. #60899 Notice is hereby given that an on-premise license, #1299058 has been applied for by Pub Street Pleasantville, LLC d/b/a Pubstreet to sell beer, wine and liquor at retail in an on premise establishment under the ABC law at 20 Wheeler Avenue Pleasantville, NY 10570 for on premise consumption. #60900

STATE OF NEW YORK SUPREME COURT COUNTY OF WESTCHESTER SUPPLEMENTAL SUMMONS Index No. 51429/2016 WELLS FARGO BANK, NA, Plaintiff,

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VINCENT FORBES, SECRETARY OF HOUSING AND URBAN DEVELOPMENT, and JOHN DOE, Defendants. To the above named Defendants:

You are hereby summoned to answer the complaint in this action and to serve a copy of your answer, or if the complaint is not served with this summons, to serve a notice of appearance on the Plaintiff's attorneys within thirty days after the service of this summons, exclusive of the day of service, and in case of your failure to appear or answer, judgment will be taken against you by default for the relief demanded in the complaint. NOTICE YOU ARE IN DANGER OF LOSING YOUR HOME If you do not respond to this summons and complaint by serving a copy of the answer on the attorney for the mortgage company who filed this foreclosure proceeding against you and filing the answer with the court, a default judgment may be entered and you can lose your home. Speak to an attorney or go to the court where your case is pending for further information on how to answer the summons and protect your property. Sending a payment to your mortgage company will not stop this foreclosure action. YOU MUST RESPOND BY SERVING A COPY OF THE ANSWER ON THE ATTORNEY FOR THE PLAINTIFF (MORTGAGE COMPANY) AND FILING THE ANSWER WITH THE COURT. This is an attempt to collect a debt and any information obtained will be used for that purpose. The foregoing summons is served upon you by publication pursuant to an Order of Honorable Joan B. Lefkowitz, Justice of the Supreme Court of the State of New York, signed the 6th day of December, 2016, at Westchester County, New York. The object of this action is to foreclose a mortgage on the following property: Tax I.D. No. 165.72-4003-6 ALL that certain plot, piece or parcel of land, situate, lying and being in the City of Mount Vernon, County of Westchester and State of New York, known and designated as Lot No. 307 on a certain map entitled, “Property of J.W. Whittum, formerly of W.B. Comstock, City of Mount Vernon, New York” made by R.W. Burrows, dated January 28, 1896 and filed in the Office of the Register of Westchester County on May 23, 1896, as Map No. 1193, which said lot is more particularly bounded and described as follows: BEGINNING at a point on the southerly side of Washington Street at a point distant 238.52 feet easterly as measured along said southerly side of Washington Street from the corner formed by the intersection of the easterly side of Fulton Avenue with said southerly side of Washington Street, said point of beginning being also at the northeast corner of Lot No. 306 on said map; RUNNING THENCE southerly along the easterly line of Lot No. 306 on said map, 130.37 feet to the northwest corner of Lot 316 on said map; THENCE easterly along the northerly line of said Lot No. 316, North 89 degrees 58 minutes 30 seconds East 33.96 feet to the southwest corner of Lot No. 308 on said map; THENCE northerly along the westerly line of Lot No. 308, 128.67 feet by actual measurement to the southerly side of Washington Street; and THENCE westerly along the southerly side of Washington Street, North 87 degrees 9 minutes 00 seconds West 34.00 feet to the point or place of BEGINNING. Subject to easements, covenants, and restriction of record. These premises are also known as 218 Washington Street, Mount Vernon, NY 10553 A/K/A 10550.

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LEGAL NOTICES Briggitt Marcovich Tennis Academy LLC, a domestic LLC, filed with the SSNY on 12/5/16. Office location: Westchester County. SSNY is designated as agent upon whom process against the LLC may be served. SSNY shall mail process to The LLC, 11 Pondview Close, Chappaqua, NY 10514. General purpose. #60901 Notice of Formation of Virtual Tutoring, LLC. Arts. of Org. filed with SSNY on 9/7/16. Office location: Westchester County. SSNY designated as agent of LLC upon whom process may be served. SSNY shall mail process to Virtual Tutoring, LLC. 1 Sadore Lane, Yonkers, New York 10710. Purpose: any lawful act or activity. #60902 Notice of Formation of December 08 LLC ,Art. Of Org. filed with SSNY on 12/8/16. Offc. Loc: Westchester Cty. SSNY desig. as agent of the LLC upon whom process against it may be served. SSNY shall mail process to the LLC, 560 Halstead Avenue, Apt 3K, Harrison, NY 10528. Purpose: any lawful purpose. #60903

Jenny Yovine, LCSW PLLC, a domestic PLLC, Arts. of Org. filed with the SSNY on 11/10/16. Office location: Westchester County. SSNY is designated as agent upon whom process against the PLLC may be served. SSNY shall mail process to Law Offices of Kelly Paul Peters P.C., 79 Madison Ave., 2nd Fl., New York, NY 10016. Purpose: Licensed Clinical Social Work. Ad # 60865 NOTICE OF FORMATION OF LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY (LLC). NAME: B AND B RESTAURANT GROUP LLC Articles of Organization were filed with the Secretary of State of New York (SSNY) on 02/09/15. Office location: Westchester County. SSNY has been designated as agent of the LLC upon whom process against it may be served. SSNY shall mail a copy of process to: The LLC, 21 Bramblebrook Rd, Ardsley, New York 10502, principal business location of the LLC. Purpose: any lawful business activity. AD # 60872

Notice of formation of THE BELLIN GROUP, LLC. Articles of Organization filed with the Secretary of State of New York SSNY on November 17, 2016. Office located in WESTCHESTER. SSNY has been designated for service of process. SSNY shall mail copy of any process served against the LLC to 500 Mamaroneck Ave, Ste 320, Harrison, NY 10528. Purpose: any lawful purpose. Ad # 60873 SNS Technology, LLC. Filed 10/20/16 Office: Westchester Co. SSNY designated as agent for process & shall mail to:34 Norm Ave, Bedford Hills, NY 10507 Purpose: all lawful Ad # 60896 Pie Brothers International LLC. Filed 11/16/16 Office: Westchester Co. SSNY designated as agent for process & shall mail to:12 Water St #204 White Plains, NY 10601 Purpose: all lawful Ad # 60897 3800 Tremont Associates LLC. Filed 10/31/16 Office: Westchester Co. SSNY designated as agent for process & shall mail to:12 Water St #204 White Plains, NY 10601 Purpose: all lawful. Ad # 60898

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR MIAMI-DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA CASE NO.: 16-18349-FC 04 (01) FAMILY DIVISION IN RE: THE MARRIAGE OF: CHRISTIAN ANDRADE, Petitioner/Husband, and ERMELINDA J. PAGANO, Respondent/Wife. NOTICE OF ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE (NO CHILD OR FINANCIAL SUPPORT) TO:ERMELINDA J. PAGANO 234 Drake Avenue, Apartment #3A, New Rochelle, NY 10805 YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action for dissolution of marriage has been filed against you and that you are required to serve a copy of your written defenses, if any, to it on the Petitioner, Christian Andrade, whose attorneyís address is Robert J. Hanreck, P.A., 40 N.W. 3rd Street, Penthouse 4, Miami, FL 33128, on or before 1-3-2017, and file the original with the clerk of this Court at Lawson E. Thomas Courthouse Center, 175 N.W. 1st Avenue, 12th Floor, Miami, FL 33128, before service on Petitioner or immediately thereafter. If you fail to do so, a default may be entered against you for the relief demanded in the petition. The action is asking the court to decide how the following real or personal property should be divided: NONE. Copies of all court documents in this case, including orders, are available at the Clerk of the Circuit Courtís office. You may review these documents upon request. You must keep the Clerk of the Circuit Courtís office notified of your current address. (You may file Designation of Current Mailing and E-Mail Address, Florida Supreme Court Approved Family Law Form 12.915.) Future papers in this lawsuit will be mailed or e-mailed to the address(es) on record at the clerkís office. WARNING: Rule 12.285, Florida Family Law Rules of Procedure, requires certain automatic disclosure of documents and information. Failure to comply can result in sanctions, including dismissal or striking of pleadings. Dated: Nov. 21, 2016 CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT: Farah Casimir, Deputy Clerk #60887

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EVENTS

State’s Four-Month Jobs Slide Ends in November

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onnecticut ended four consecutive months of job

Massachusetts leads the region in post-

losses in November as employers added 2,100

recession growth, adding 376,000 jobs through

positions, including 1,200 in the private sector. CBIA economist Pete Gioia described the state

November—306% of all jobs that state lost during the recession.

Department of Labor’s latest employment report

At 2.7%, New Hampshire’s unemployment rate is the

as “welcome news.”

region’s lowest, followed by Massachusetts at 2.9%.

“This is the positive change that we’ve been waiting for and mirrors the job growth information we’ve been hearing from many of our members,” Gioia said. The labor department also revised October’s originally reported loss of 7,200 jobs by 1,400 to a net loss of 5,800. The state’s

Rhode Island is the only New England state with higher unemployment than Connecticut. Governor Dannel Malloy said stabilizing the state’s finances will be a key factor for fostering job growth and attracting out-of-state companies to Connecticut. “I look forward to working with our partners in the business community during the coming legislative session on giving

unemployment rate

Connecticut the

fell four-tenths of

predictability we

a point to 4.7%, the

need to make smart

lowest mark in nine

investments and

years.

continue creating good

Connecticut has lost

paying jobs with good

11,400 jobs since June

benefits,” he said.

and added just 1,400

Industry Sectors

jobs over the last 12 months.

and utilities added

numbers highlight the

1,600 jobs in

challenge waiting for

November, the best

lawmakers returning

of the six industry

to Hartford next

sectors that posted

month: fostering

gains for the month.

the ups and downs we have been experiencing.”

Significant Challenges “Despite November’s growth, we still have some significant challenges,” he said. “Year-over-year growth is less than 10% of what even the least optimistic forecasters were seeing at the beginning of 2016. “We’re pleased with the positive nudge in job numbers, we’re pleased with the unemployment rate reduction, but the underlying concerns outweigh those when you take a look at the year in review. “We still have a lot of work to do, and the economy must remain the number one priority for lawmakers.” Connecticut has recovered just 72% of the 119,100 jobs

Leisure and hospitality gained 1,100 positions, followed by government (900); education and health services (700); information (400); and other services (100).

recover all lost jobs.

etwork with other industry leaders, hear the economic forecast for 2017 from top state and national economists, get real-time analysis on the state’s fiscal issues, and explore solutions for kick-starting Connecticut’s economy. And, be a part of the interactive discussion as an expert panel addresses the question: What will it take to fix it?

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Four of the state’s 10 sectors lost jobs during the month, led by construction and mining, which shed 1,800 positions.

Date: Monday, Jan. 9, 2017

Financial activities lost 400 jobs, manufacturing fell by

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300 (up 500 over the last 12 months), and professional

breakfast: 7 am

and business services dropped by 200. New Haven was the only one of the state’s labor markets with gains for the month, adding 2,200 jobs,

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and has seen the best year-over-year percentage growth.

Cost:

Hartford-West Hartford-East Hartford lost 4,500 jobs, Bridgeport-Stamford-Norwalk 1,100, and Norwich-

CBIA & MetroHartford members, $95 Nonmembers, $130; Students, $50 Table of 10, $850

New London-Westerly 200.

lost during the February 2008–March 2010 recession. Maine is the only other New England state yet to

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Trade, transportation,

Gioia said those

consistent economic and job growth “rather than

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