‘Codfather’ Carlos Rafael looking to purchase up true estate in Dartmouth

DARTMOUTH — While finding tangled up with federal brokers participating in Russian mobsters drove the Codfather back on shore and out of the fishing industry, the 68-year-aged and his family have turned their attention to organization ventures on land. 

At an Oct. 19 organizing board assembly in Dartmouth, Carlos Rafael’s lawyer, John Markey, introduced a proposal for an around-55 rental apartment complicated task on 131 acres off Hathaway Road. 

Jeff Hathaway, Rafael’s son-in-law, is stated as the developer on the challenge in the conference minutes, alongside with Solrac, LLC. 

In accordance to general public documents, Rafael’s daughter Stephanie Rafael-DeMello is the manager of the LLC. 

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At the October assembly, Markey mentioned that Solrac LLC has been owned by the Rafael relatives for 20 several years and in addition to Rafael-DeMello, Hathaway and his spouse, Ivonilde Rafael Hathaway, and a 3rd sister are also principals.