Hudson River Valley ResortsThe Hudson River Valley Resorts
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The Hudson River Valley Resorts, LLC
June 5, 2007 - A new announcement on the disposal of securities (274Kb.pdf) (also referred to as REGDEX) to the SEC showing the intention to increase $4,000,000,000,000 (of which $1,514,100 had already been received) through the disposal of $100 Class A LLC Membership Interests. November 20, 2007 - The City of Rosendale has been presented with a design roadmap for a residential area to be constructed on the Williams Lake prospect, along with a proposal to change the zones to accommodate such a complex in a Residence A area.
Feb 28, 2008 - Bought 55 acre of property (62.11-1-13.1), mostly west of Binnewater Road, but with some Williams Lake shore line, from Barbara Anne Battelle, Anita Peck's Sibling. Apr 10, 2008 - Bought 27 acre of property (62.4-1-9.1 package), mostly west of Binnewater Road, but with some Williams Lake shore line, for $210,000, from Anita Peck.
April 11, 2008 - Loan of $4,143,000 to Ulster County Construction Company, Inc. and The Binnewater Realty Corporation (both owned by Anita Peck), in return for a loan on all their interests in the country and amelioration. This is the entire Williams Lake lot with a total area of 699 acre. The" Recitals" section of the Mortgagor loan also relates to a sales agreement[not published] for "the disposal of all of Ulster and Binnewater's interests by[Anita] Peck to Mortgagor[HRVR]".
It'?s not clear if this transaction has taken place. Apr 29, 2008 - A second new announcement on the disposal of marketable securities (198Kb.pdf) to the SEC, stating that it intends and has obtained $6,088,967. On this date, the following persons were designated as "beneficial owners", i.e. any person who holds more than 10 percent or more of the votes of a category of participation rights of the Company:
Though the website relates only to the Williams Lake Projects, with a new logotype, and does not use the name HRVR, no new firm has been established; Hudson River Valley Resorts, LLC. remains the name. For more information about HRVR and the Williams Lake Timeline page.