Updated: Wednesday, March 20 2013, 01:56 PM EDT ALBANY -- A week after a CBS6 investigation exposed a Watervliet moving company that has been operating illegally, the Department of Transportation has stepped in, forcing the owner of Ashline Moving and Storage to get her business in order. As first reported, Ashline Moving and Storage was operating without the required authority to do so in New York State. The DOT said there was no proof the company had insurance. At the time, the Ashline Family told CBS6 that they were unaware there was an issue, but the State said that is not a good enough excuse. An administrative judge will decide what, if any, penalty to impose against Ashline late next month.The Real Deal: Ashline Moving update
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