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Bottini Fuel will pay $3.2 million in criminal restitution and civil damages

 
Bottini Fuel

By Kristine Coulter

State Comptroller Thomas P. DiNapoli and Attorney General Barbara D. Underwood announced the criminal conviction of Morgan Fuel & Heating Company, Inc., which conducts business as Bottini Fuel, for falsifying their business records to improperly divert credit balances belonging to individual, business, and government customers – including local school districts, prisons, town governments, and state agencies. Among those organizations, according to the settlement, are: the Taconic Developmental Disabilities Services Organization ($281,630), the Greenhaven Correctional Facility ($145,957), Roundout Valley Central School District ($83,044) and Beacon City School District ($10,375). Towns getting restitution include Saugerties, Blooming Grove, Monroe, Hunter, Wappinger and Stanford.

According to the state Comptroller’s Office and the state Attorney General’s Office, Bottini Fuel plead guilty to Falsifying Business Records in the Second Degree in the Village of Wappingers Falls Justice Court.

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BOCES capital project aims at savings, consolidation

Election set Dec. 11


This aerial photo of the Dutchess County BOCES campus on Salt Point Turnpike shows current buildings in blue with proposed structures in white. Courtesy photo

by Curtis Schmidt

For Dr. Richard Hooley, it’s about providing better educational opportunities for K-12 students in Dutchess County, with the added benefits of consolidation and saving money for the long term.

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First capital project in 50 years
would save, consolidate for BOCES


This aerial photo of the Dutchess County BOCES campus on Salt Point Turnpike shows current buildings in blue with proposed structures in white. Courtesy photo

By Curtis Schmidt

For Dr. Richard Hooley, it’s about providing better educational opportunities for K-12 students in Dutchess County, with the added benefits of consolidation and saving money for the long term.

The Dutchess County BOCES (Board of Cooperative Educational Services) has not had a major capital project in over 50 years. But that will change if the $36.8 million project designed to consolidate K-12 programs to one campus gets the approval of voters on Tuesday, Dec. 11.

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