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Owners of 29 Domino’s restaurants and the former owner of six stores have agreed to pay restitution totaling $970,000 to settle wage violations investigated by the state Attorney General’s Office.

 

Those covered by the settlement include the current or former owners of three Domino’s stores in Orange County: 50 Carpenter Ave. in Middletown, 711 Route 17M in Monroe, and 420 Windsor Highway in New Windsor, according to the Attorney’s General’s Office.

 

Robert Cookston owns 18 stores covered in the agreement, including the ones in New Windsor and Monroe. His company agreed to pay $675,000 in restitution. Ammar Jali was the former owner of the New Windsor, Monroe and Town of Wallkill stores. His company agreed to pay $60,000.

 

 

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