Bel-Air Pariah: Nile Niami's confusing response to BAA on why he blocked Carcassonne Road


Niami’s explanation and witness accounts differ significantly.  Re-print of BH COURIER article:

BEL-AIR PARIAH – Megamansion developer Nile Niami’s seemingly never-ending feud with Bel-Air residents continued this week.   Last week, the Courier reported that his 10701 Bellagio Rd. project had trucks blocking both Bellagio and Carcassonne roads last week, blocking drivers from getting through and residents from getting to their homes.  When L.A. Parking Enforcement officials arrived, they were allegedly threatened by crew members at the site. In emails obtained by the Courier, Niami responded to Bel-Air Association Executive Director Shawn Bayliss about the issues at the site, claiming that he was out of town when the street blockage occurred, and that it was caused because the crane’s engine broke down and it “took an hour for the mechanic to get there.”  Bayliss wasn’t buying it, however.  In another email, he responds that he was at the site and personally saw the crane “operating perfectly” for approximately an hour and 45 minutes. Bayliss surmised that Niami was either “lying, or being lied to” adding that “the level of contempt that has been displayed is quite literally criminal.” 

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