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We’ve added new documents from the U.S. Bankruptcy Court regarding the former USA Springs, Inc. sale. Go to Get Informed>USA Springs, Inc. or click here to go to our USA Springs info page. read more »
An excellent article about the 11/15/16 bankruptcy court proceedings about the former USA Springs, Inc. property by reporter Bob Sanders was published in the New Hampshire Business Review. Look for the article below in “In the Media” or click here for the story. read more »
In a surprise move, former USA Springs, Inc. owner Francesco Rotondo filed a $2 million counteroffer to buy back the bankrupt company on Friday, November 4, 2016 the last day to file objections with the bankruptcy court. The tangled web of Mr. Rotondo’s finances are better explained in the recent NH Business Review article available […] read more »
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The Chapter 7 Trustee in the USA Springs, Inc. bankruptcy case filed a September 30, 2016 motion with the court to sell the property at a private sale to Kevin Delaney of Cambridge, MA, a/k/a Nottingham Springs, LLC for $1,200,000.00. To read the Trustee’s motion and other documents related to the potential sale, click here. […] read more »
The U.S. Bankruptcy Court in Manchester, NH will hold a hearing on the Trustee’s motion to sell the property and assets of USA Springs, Inc. for $1,200,000.00 to Nottingham Springs, LLC, a/k/a Kevin Delaney of Cambridge, MA at 11 a.m. The court is located at 1000 Elm St, Suite 1001 and the hearing will be […] read more »
This free film will be screened at the Portsmouth Public Library’s Levenson Room. The library is located at 175 Parrott Ave.(next to the Middle School), Portsmouth, NH. Sponsored by the Create a Peaceful World group of the Dover Friends Meeting and OccupyNH Seacoast and the NH Community Rights Network. For additional information contact Vincent Cirasole […] read more »
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