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Originally posted by emsed1
TRA contract delayed.
Bighorn County News
but [TRA officials] said Tuesday that it hadn’t been approved by the bondholders, and wouldn’t be ready until it had.
Al Peterson, the vice-president of the TRA, said the bondholders were nervous due to reports questioning the deal in the press.
Originally posted by CowboyDrifter
I live in billings, MT 40 miles north of hardin and used to work in hardin. The people of Southwest montana have been wondering whats going on down there for acouple months now. im thinking im going to do some counter inteligance for the good people of ATS. If i get some VIN numbers off of these cars is there anyway someone can run with that info. Maybe ill go have a couple drinks and sit next some employees and see what they talk about. any suggestions????
Court documents show Hilton has outstanding judgments against him in three civil cases totaling more than $1.1 million.
As for Hilton’s military expertise, including his claim to have advised forces in Iraq and Afghanistan, those interviewed knew of no such feats. Instead, Hilton was described alternately by those who know him as an arts dealer, cook, restaurant owner, land developer, loan broker and car salesman — always with a moneymaking scheme in the works.
Hilton has also pledged to build a $17 million military and law enforcement training center. And he’s promised to dispatch security to patrol Hardin’s streets, build an animal shelter and a homeless shelter and offer free health care to city resident’s out of the jail’s clinic.
Hilton, 55, uses the title “captain” when introducing himself and on his business cards. But he acknowledged it was not a military rank.
He said he is naturalized U.S. citizen and native of Montenegro. Aliases for Hilton that appear in court documents include Miodrag Dokovich, Michael Hamilton, Hristian Djokich and Michael Djokovich.
Beginning in 1993, Hilton spent six years in prison in California on a dozen counts of grand theft and other charges including illegal diversion of construction funds.