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Academy at Ivy Ridge campus sold - They moved to Mexico
« on: April 28, 2009, 04:46:53 AM »
Ivy Ridge, home sold for $2.8m, Watertown Daily News

The high school diploma case was too much for them. It seems that the future for this branch of WWASP is Oceanside.
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The Ivy Ridge property is assessed at $1.9 million and the Route 37 home is assessed at $175,000. School officials didn't return calls for comment.

The former Mater Dei College campus in the town of Oswegatchie was sold to Robert Browning Lichfield Family Limited, Toquerville, Utah, in August 2001 for $1.23 million. The Academy at Ivy Ridge, a school for troubled youths, opened a few months later.

The behavioral modification school has been under scrutiny by the state for several years. Then-Attorney General Eliot L. Spitzer determined the school was making fraudulent claims that it was accredited and could issue high school diplomas. As a result of that investigation, Ivy Ridge agreed to pay nearly $1.5 million in refunds and fines.
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Re: Academy at Ivy Ridge campus sold - They moved to Mexico
« Reply #1 on: April 28, 2009, 09:11:19 AM »
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New York Minute LLC of La Verkin, Utah, sold the 238-acre property and a home with 200 feet of frontage on the river at 5428 Route 37, Morristown, to LondAmerica Real Estate for $2,794,804, the St. Lawrence County clerk's office said.

Attorney J. Ralph Atkin, representing LondAmerica, said Friday that the Academy at Ivy Ridge has been closed. He declined to reveal the owner of LondAmerica Real Estate or the intent for the property.

This is just the restructuring they spoke of. J. Ralph Atkin has a long association with all things WWASP.  If he is representing this LondAmerica, then it too is associated with WWASP.  Atkins may well own it as well as represent it; but it is certain someone closely tied into the Utah rat pack now owns the campus and that means they will make use of it. This is simply their effort to cloud ownership and operation - One more example of them them running from their own names.
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Re: Academy at Ivy Ridge campus sold - They moved to Mexico
« Reply #2 on: April 28, 2009, 11:22:58 AM »
:timeout:   Are the Ivy Ridge kids in Mexico wearing masks? Would the State Department be interested in the SWINE FLU exposure to HUNDREDS of American Teens held captive by Oceanside?  OINK OINK!!  ::puke:: OINK OINK!!  ::puke::
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Re: Academy at Ivy Ridge campus sold - They moved to Mexico
« Reply #3 on: July 21, 2011, 09:09:54 AM »
i agree with Dingleberry
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Re: Academy at Ivy Ridge campus sold - They moved to Mexico
« Reply #4 on: July 21, 2011, 09:10:45 AM »
i agree with Dingleberry
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