Stone Property Management Arrests
Snow White

Waterville Valley, NH

#419 May 20, 2013
Stuart wrote:
I have it on good authority (someone working on the case) that there will be no indictments.
How is that possible?
Deep powder skier

Walnut Creek, CA

#420 May 21, 2013
Union Leader today! Banker convicted of $250,000 theft will get up to 20years. Two million at WV will be greater. 20 yr. minimum Bye, Bye! Will be great theatre!
why not

Wallingford, CT

#421 May 21, 2013
Separate and apart from whether any indictment(s) will be forthcoming, have any of the condos filed suit?
Waterville Weekender

Santa Clara, CA

#422 May 30, 2013
What happend to William Tells? Looks closed.
dogman

Waterville Valley, NH

#424 Jun 12, 2013
Waterville Weekender wrote:
What happend to William Tells? Looks closed.
Been quietly, or not so quietly for sale for some time. Now it's in the open with 'for sale' signs up. Understand the pizza maker and his pizza oven are being featured at 'Pecker's, for what that's worth ???
OldBarKeep

Campton, NH

#425 Jun 13, 2013
Tells is closed. There was an issue with the landlord. It is true that the pizza maker and ovens went to Woodpeckers and I hear they are doing well!
Deep powder skier

Hooksett, NH

#426 Jun 18, 2013
Stay on topic! This forum is not a restaurant review. Drill down on Stone misdeeds. Have any Stones been spotted in area code 603? Have all assets been stripped away from Stones? What are WV town officials saying?
OldBarKeep

Campton, NH

#427 Jun 19, 2013
I am wondering what the town officials can do? I believe this is a criminal investigation on the state and national level. I think "town officials" interfering would be illegal. Am I wrong?
Nestor

Plymouth, NH

#428 Jun 19, 2013
I have not seen Bill around the Owl's Nest and that was his big hangout with Bill Adams and the rest of his crew.
Politics v Justice

United States

#429 Jun 30, 2013
You have to remember that John Sununu was in a high position in Washington and the Republican party. Certainly he has strong connections with the FBI. Since there has been a cash call on the investors in the valley, clearly the Sununus would want no bad press until they either get the investors to put in more money or cough it up themselves before the banks get antsy. Bill Stone has been seen in Plymouth acting as if he has done nothing wrong.
Ex Valley Lover

Concord, NC

#430 Jun 30, 2013
Just wondering. If the town officials knew that fees due from the various associations were not being paid why were the Boards of the Associations not notified? Is there liability there?
Valley are

Waterville Valley, NH

#431 Jul 1, 2013
The boards of the associations advise the town where to send any bills or notices of delinquency. Most Boards who used Stone identified Stone as their contact. Also, I believe most of the money Stone owed the town was fees for leaving material at the transfer station, like construction waste materials.

Any citizen has the right to contact the Town Office and inquire about delinquencies on any property. This is public information in NH.
Ex Valley Lover

Thomasville, NC

#432 Jul 2, 2013
Valley are wrote:
The boards of the associations advise the town where to send any bills or notices of delinquency. Most Boards who used Stone identified Stone as their contact. Also, I believe most of the money Stone owed the town was fees for leaving material at the transfer station, like construction waste materials.
Any citizen has the right to contact the Town Office and inquire about delinquencies on any property. This is public information in NH.
You missed my point. Yes, Stone was the contact but if Stone was not paying the Association's dues, the Town should have notified the Associations' Boards. And no, the bills were not all about waste materials. A lot of full time residents in WV knew (or very strongly suspected) that there was malfeasance but said nothing. And yes, Association members could have inquired about delinquencies had they known that they existed. That is the point I am trying to make.
Valley are

Waterville Valley, NH

#433 Jul 2, 2013
Stone was not nearly as far behind on what it owed the Town as other were and are.

The town officials can't communicate with others based on rumor and innuendo. Boards do have a responsibility for monitoring the affairs of the associations they serve. Perhaps you would like to criticize the IRS for not telling you SPM wasn't paying its taxes?

This has all been a very sad chapter in a many years of trust built up between SPM and the associations it served. In just a few short years, a few people blew that up.
wv guy

Waterville Valley, NH

#434 Jul 3, 2013
My guess is when the dust settles Bill will go to one of those correctional facilities for non violent crimes. The ones they call "country clubs". Some even have golf courses I have been told. I wonder if Bill spends more time at Owls Nest could that be used as "time served" ?
Ex Valley Lover

United States

#435 Jul 4, 2013
Valley are wrote:
Stone was not nearly as far behind on what it owed the Town as other were and are.
The town officials can't communicate with others based on rumor and innuendo. Boards do have a responsibility for monitoring the affairs of the associations they serve. Perhaps you would like to criticize the IRS for not telling you SPM wasn't paying its taxes?
This has all been a very sad chapter in a many years of trust built up between SPM and the associations it served. In just a few short years, a few people blew that up.
What rumor and innuendo? Town KNEW Stone was not paying Association bills. I am sorry but I think the Stones blew any right to thanks for years of service when they embezzled from those who trusted them. As to the Boards, I agree they do have some responsibility for neglecting to properly monitor Stone but lets face it they aren't the embezzlers. Why are you so reluctant to place blame where it belongs? The fact that there was major theft here cannot be sugar coated.
Valley are

Waterville Valley, NH

#436 Jul 4, 2013
I place blame on the dishonest people who stole the money.
Stuart

Stoneham, MA

#437 Jul 8, 2013
The sad fact is that it will take WV many years to undo the harm done to the public perception of the valley.

Whenever a perspective visitor or home owner Googles "Waterville Valley", lots of negative stuff now appears. Not good.
jls

Marlborough, MA

#438 Jul 10, 2013
Actually, it doesn't. For a theft this large, it is surprising how little coverage there has been in the press.
Disgusted observer

Bristol, CT

#439 Jul 14, 2013
Since when are years of price gouging known as years of service?!!!

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