WILMINGTON, MA — Below are the real estate transactions in Wilmington that occurred from June 18, 2019 to June 25, 2019:Address: 268 Burlington AvenuePrice: $552,000Buyer: Abdul & Shahida VirkSeller: Alexandre Menai & Tiphaine LastennetDate: 6/25/19Use: 1-Family ResidenceLot Size: 31,134 sfAddress: 24 Burt RoadPrice: $515,000Buyer: Susan Reis & Christopher CostiganSeller: Jeffrey MeislerDate: 6/21/19Use: 1-Family ResidenceLot Size: 21,250 sfAddress: 1 Chandler RoadPrice: $415,000Buyer: Daniel BallouSeller: Donald V. Rhodes Est. & Priscilla NicoloDate: 6/21/19Use: 1-Family ResidenceLot Size: 10,000 sfAddress: 90 Eames StreetPrice: $2,800,000Buyer: Martignetti DevelopmentSeller: Lehigh Cement Co.Date: 6/24/19Use: Industrial UseLot Size: 159,430 sfAddress: 56 Forest StreetPrice: $615,000Buyer: Jonathan & Devin BerkeleySeller: Joseph Langone Jr.Date: 6/24/19Use: 1-Family ResidenceLot Size: 15,500 sfAddress: 28 Nassau AvenuePrice: $774,900Buyer: Matthew Horan & Emily HalpinSeller: Debra A. Goldberg, Trustee for Golden RTDate: 6/20/19Use: 1-Family ResidenceLot Size: 20,440 sfAddress: 200 Research DrivePrice: $20,665,487Buyer: 200 Research Drive LLCSeller: Wakefield Investments Inc.Date: 6/24/19Use: Office/Industrial UseLot Size: 812,830 sfAddress: 500 Research DrivePrice: $13,876,106Buyer: 500 Research Drive LLCSeller: Wakefield Investments Inc.Date: 6/24/19Use: Office/Industrial UseLot Size: 556,261 sfAddress: 600 Research DrivePrice: $14,520,354Buyer: 600 Research Drive LLCSeller: Wakefield Investments Inc.Date: 6/24/19Use: Office/Industrial UseLot Size: 745,747 sfAddress: 800 Research DrivePrice: $6,938,053Buyer: 800 Research Drive LLCSeller: Wakefield Investments Inc.Date: 6/24/19Use: Office/Industrial UseLot Size: 813,265 sfAddress: 15 Verdun RoadPrice: $445,700Buyer: Hari & Kumari KafleSeller: Brian Colby & Rosa MazzeoDate: 6/19/19Use: 1-Family ResidenceLot Size: 9,292 sfAddress: 300 Woburn StreetPrice: $620,000Buyer: Paul Doan-Tran & Phally TranSeller: Paul Brozo & Kate WesterveltDate: 6/19/19Use: 1-Family ResidenceLot Size: 20,592 sfLike Wilmington Apple on Facebook. Follow Wilmington Apple on Twitter. Follow Wilmington Apple on Instagram. Subscribe to Wilmington Apple’s daily email newsletter HERE. Got a comment, question, photo, press release, or news tip? Email email@example.com.Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading… RelatedRecent Wilmington Real Estate TransactionsIn “Business”Recent Wilmington Real Estate TransactionsIn “Business”Recent Wilmington Real Estate TransactionsIn “Business”
7 The best PCs for privacy-minded people Don’t expect to see FCC Chairman Ajit Pai brief the House Committee on Energy and Commerce anytime soon. Alex Edelman / Getty Images Federal Communications Commission Chairman Ajit Pai won’t brief a Congressional committee Monday about mobile carriers’ ability to share their subscribers’ location data with third parties.Rep. Frank Pallone Jr., the chair of the House Committee on Energy and Commerce, sought Pai for an emergency briefing after a Motherboard investigation revealed carriers are selling customers’ location data. But the committee was told the FCC boss wouldn’t appear due to the ongoing government shutdown.”In a phone conversation today, his staff asserted that these egregious actions are not a threat to the safety of human life or property that the FCC will address during the Trump shutdown,” the New Jersey Democrat said in a statement. 22 Photos Now playing: Watch this: Stronger data privacy laws may be coming to the US 1:41 Comments It noted that the investigation would continue once normal FCC operations resume.Sen. Ron Wyden, an Oregon Democrat who questioned last May why cops can track any phone in seconds, reportedly slammed Pai for tweeting “cat videos and tired memes” instead of briefing Congress.”It’s a new low for someone who has spent his tenure at the FCC refusing to do his job and stand up for American consumers,” Wyden said in a statement to Gizmodo.One of the third parties using the location data is credit reporting company Microbilt, which is offering to “track down delinquent debtors” via its Mobile Device Verify service.Ajit Pai on net neutrality: Congress was right not to restore the regulations, the FCC chairman says.A boost for 5G and Wi-Fi: The FCC votes to make more wireless spectrum available. FCC Privacy Security Politics Share your voice Pallone noted that Pai is still working, even though the shutdown resulted in the FCC ceasing most of its operations on Jan. 3.”There’s nothing in the law that should stop the Chairman personally from meeting about this serious threat that could allow criminals to track the location of police officers on patrol, victims of domestic abuse, or foreign adversaries to track military personnel on American soil,” he said.The FCC, however, stood firm in an emailed statement.”The Commission has been investigating wireless carriers’ handling of location information,” a spokesperson wrote. “Unfortunately, we were required to suspend that investigation earlier this month because of the lapse in funding, and pursuant to guidance from our expert attorneys, the career staff that is working on this issue are currently on furlough.” Tags
US president Donald Trump. File photoThe Trump administration is suspending educational, legal and recreational programs for migrant children in its custody, saying an influx of children crossing the border without a parent or legal guardian was putting a “tremendous strain” on the resources of the agency tasked with housing them.The agency that houses migrant children – the Office of Refugee Resettlement (ORR) – asked Congress for an additional $2.88 billion to increase shelter capacity, HHS spokeswoman Evelyn Stauffer said on Wednesday. ORR is part of the Department of Health and Human Services.ORR has instructed providers in its network to begin scaling back or stop providing services “that are not directly necessary for the protection of life and safety,” Stauffer said.On May 30, HHS official Mark Boss sent an email to providers in ORR’s network of shelters informing them costs budgeted for educational and recreational activities, including staff associated with those programs, were “unallowable costs” for any federal funds received after May 22.The email, which was seen by Reuters, was first reported by Reveal at the Center for Investigative Reporting.Border agents apprehended 11,507 unaccompanied children on the southwest border in May, an 80% increase from a year earlier, according to government data released on Wednesday.ORR’s system of shelters is currently running at 96% capacity, according to a HHS official who declined to be named because they were not authorized to speak publicly about the program.The provision of recreational and educational activities, such as English language lessons and sports, are required by a long-standing legal settlement, known as the Flores settlement, that lays out conditions under which migrant children can be kept.”If this administration goes forward with denying education, recreation and other unspecified ‘non-essential services’ they would be in flagrant violation of the Flores settlement and will face immediate legal action,” said Neha Desai, Director for Immigration at the National Center for Youth Law in Oakland and a Flores co-counsel.The Trump administration has repeatedly called on Congress to enact regulations that would override the settlement. It is also working on regulations on the length of time and conditions in which children can be detained.Congresswoman Rosa DeLaura from Connecticut, who chairs the House committee negotiating with ORR on supplemental funding, said in a statement that the Trump administration could not be given a blank check “when time and again it has failed to show it has these childrens’ best interests at heart.”Last week, the US Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) placed limits on special legal protections for some migrant children who turn 18 or reunite with a parent or guardian before they file their asylum application.In a policy memo to all asylum officers dated May 31, USCIS official John Lafferty also empowered officials to request additional documents if they suspect an applicant is over 18 years old when they file their asylum application.