Saturday, June 07, 2014

Court Dismisses Case Against Controversial Hasidic Development Project 

The State Appellate Court dismissed arguments Thursday made by the Rural Community Coalition to stop construction on the Chestnut Ridge Project.

The decision reverses a stop-work order on the project made by a Sullivan County judge in January.

Earlier this year, Lamm was accused of trying to manipulate a village election to keep those in favor of the project in office.

A judge ruled in favor of the Sullivan County Board of Elections' decision to throw out more than 100 votes registered to voters in buildings owned by Lamm.


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