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They allegedly stole $46,828 over a year-and-a-half period from October 2015 to April 2017.
“If done properly,” according to the lawsuit, the property can reap “tens of millions of dollars.”
The judge described the plaintiffs' concerns about noise, odor and traffic as “speculative” and “overboard allegations.”
“At the end of the day," said developer Michael Fareri, "the town won the battle but potentially lost the war.”
“I view it as my job to protect New Yorkers and to stand up to the federal government whenever it does something that hurts the people I represent,” Schneiderman said in Rye Brook.
Cleaning up the creek, said Mayor Richard Thomas, would convert a liability into an asset and stimulate economic development.
Reunion sells organic pork and grass-fed organic beef and lamb, free of antibiotics, hormones and genetically engineered ingredients, from animals that graze in pastures. The food is sold to retail, food service, e-commerce and manufacturing customers.
The Long Island Sound has become increasingly degraded. Shellfish harvests have declined, fish stocks have depleted and beaches are closed periodically.
A Rockland County man is accused of using synthetic identity to lease and finance cars at two Westchester dealerships.
Bruce Feldman, a real estate broker, is essentially suing his neighbors for $1.5 million for his work in challenging a mortgage and a tax agreement that he says were illegal.
Nail House paid an employee in cash and did not provide paystub or wage statements that described compensation.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture, with help from the New York Department of Environmental Conservation, issued an environmental assessment that recommends ways to control Canada geese.
The workshop will be held from 6:30 to 9 p.m. Thursday at Benjamin Turner Middle School, 624 S. 3rd Ave.