Check out ‘Risky Business,’ a Sunday package by Sean Adkins and I


I don’t usually post every story I write on here.

But I think this one is worthy.

Check out this double byline from Sunday, co-authored by Sean Adkins and myself.

The story is the culmination of weeks of research at the York County Judicial Center, tallying up open judgments at the prothonotary’s office and calling folks involved with casing dating back as early as the late 1990s.

The story stems from one last fall, where developer Shah Mathias proposed building a 357-mile toll road across Alabama to the Tennessee state line. He registered his company, Ameri Metro, with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission.

The online version includes a video, interactive graphic and documents available to readers through DocumentCloud.

*Here’s more about the project on the YDR Insider blog from Editor Jim McClure.

Read it and let me know what you think.


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