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Dennis Molesevich, owner of ...
www.newsitem.com, 10 Dec 2008 [cached]
Dennis Molesevich, owner of Molesevich General Construction, who was on the ground floor of the industrial park development, said the decisions that are made now "will affect those people 50 years from now."
said major engineering may not be necessary to move the project because it is just a site change.
added that he
will use his
own engineers to come up with a site plan to present to the authority's engineer.
Top Stories -- February 17, 2004: $75M development announced
www.schuylkill.com, 17 Feb 2004 [cached]
Cole and Dennis Molesevich, of Molesevich Construction, Mount Carmel, are the primary developers, to whom Belfanti referred to as "white knights" during his remarks at the news conference.
said Marquee Cinema plans to build an ultramodern movie theater along Route 61 in Maysville.
SEEDCO chief to announce new project - May 24, 2003
www.dailyitem.com, 24 May 2003 [cached]
On Friday, Stesney faxed a brief note saying SEEDCO's members "include" Cole, who also serves as president of ESA Environmental Specialists, Dennis Molesevich of Molesevich Construction and Ali Nawaz Shaikh of ICA Advisors in Atlanta.
...The names of those same principals - Cole, Shaikh and Molesevich - were first mentioned in mid-December when the majority commissioners unveiled a proposal to invest about $60 million developing coal-mine ravaged lands on 1,350 acres in a tax- free zone in Mount Carmel and Coal townships over the next decade.
...Molesevich, who also serves as the chairman of the county General Authority, has an option to buy a about 850 acres of the 1,350 acre plot and joined Cole's company to develop it.
Saylor issued an order stating ...
newsitem.com, 18 Nov 2010 [cached]
Saylor issued an order stating that Dennis Molesevich, a principal for the plaintiff, Natalie Mountain Estates Inc. (as successor in interest to Robert J. Rosini), was a "longtime" client of the law firm Saylor worked for before his election to the bench.