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First she was demoted, and then she was fired, according to the complaint, “due to her age and seniority.”
FASNY would keep the 28-acre portion of the property designated for the school and playing fields and also the 51-acre section of the property where a nature conservancy would be maintained.
A neighborhood group argued that the city of White Plains did not follow required procedure in reviewing plans for a new French-American School of New York campus.
The Gedney Association filed an Article 78 lawsuit in New York State Supreme Court in White Plains on Tuesday challenging the city’s review of the proposal.
The approval ends a seven-year review process for the controversial proposal at the former Ridgeway Country Club.
An agreement between the city of White Plains and the French-American School of New York will create a temporary ceasefire in what a state...
After a state judge accused the city of White Plains of waging "war of attrition" on a proposal from the French-American School of New...
State Supreme Court Judge Joan B. Lefkowitz said the city was attempting to wage “a war of attrition” to dissuade FASNY from continuing its pursuit to build a $60 million, five-building campus on a former golf course in the city.
A state judge has ordered the White Plains Common Council to vote in February on the French-American School's plan to build a White Plains campus.
Environmentalists unite behind a proposed French-American School campus and nature conservancy as public hearings on the project begin in the city of White Plains.
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