VTDigger posts “representative sampling” of emails that have been released for readers to peruse.
Sens. Patrick Leahy, D-Vt., and Cory Booker, D-N.J. will lead a panel discussion on criminal justice reform 2:30 p.m. today in Contois Auditorium, Burlington City Hall. Leahy and Booker are part of a bipartisan movement on Capitol Hill to enact criminal justice reforms. Leahy is the ranking member of the Senate Judiciary Committee, which has […]
In retrospect, the Tram Haus investor says the $300,000 payback seems like “hush money.”
Ary Quiros was asked to leave ski area; Goldberg holds certificate of occupancy for hotel; Leisure Hotels is “de-Quing” resort.
The federally appointed receiver says the ‘Q’ will be scrubbed from Burke Mountain. Shumlin, Moulton paint rosy scenario for Newport, Vermont’s EB-5 program.
The receiver for the resort says if he isn’t able to find more money soon, he will be forced to shut down operations at Jay Peak and “eliminate any possibility of Q Burke opening.”
SEC says at least $172 million is unaccounted for. UPDATED as of 9 a.m. April 26.
The 58 pages of Alex MacLean’s correspondence centers on legislative action.
State officials were aware of problems starting in 2012 and disregarded warnings.
Ariel Quiros, the man at the center of fraud allegations in the Northeast Kingdom, is asking a federal judge in Miami to unfreeze his assets so he can mount a legal defense and “feed his family.”
Stenger told the controller that the properties were being “built and delivered as promised and that the use of funds was at his discretion.”
Gov. Peter Shumlin received $24,000 from Ariel Quiros, Bill Stenger and affiliated companies. Quiros and Stenger are accused of misusing $200M in immigrant investor funds.
Gov. Peter Shumlin’s lawyer requested deletion of “all archived email” for former Fifth Floor employees, including Alex MacLean, a top aide who subsequently worked for Jay Peak.
The SEC accuses the developers of fraudulently misusing $200 million; Ariel Quiros allegedly used $50 million to pay for personal expenses, including a luxury condo.