Journal News coverage of day 11 of the trial,
May 5, 2017
“Federal prosecutors continue adding pieces to their allegations that Ramapo Supervisor Christopher St. Lawrence fabricated revenues and manipulated taxpayer funds to get better interest rates for financing the town’s baseball stadium and other projects.
Prosecutor Daniel Loss on Friday morning walked the town’s one-time financial advisor, Pranipat Subarma of Environmental Capital, through a series of bond documents dating to 2012. She worked on Ramapo’s bonds from 2010 to 2015, including for the estimated $60 million baseball stadium financed partially through taxpayer funds and the Ramapo Commons condominium complex on Elm Street outside Spring Valley. [Read more…]