Asbestos inspectors for a controversial Staten Island development project have been charged with falsifying records.
In February, the property — with old-growth trees, a chapel, a water tower and other buildings — was sold to developers, the Savo brothers, for $15 million.
Staten Island residents planned to gather on Richmond and Platinum Avenues on Saturday, to rally in an effort to save Mt. Manresa.
A Staten Island group is at ends with developer Savo Brothers over the sale of land they say is historic and should remain as green space.