Bloomingburg, NY - Appellate Judge Squashes Restraining Order On Residence Certificates In Bloomingburg
Bloomingburg, NY - On Monday afternoon, a Sullivan County appellate court judge lifted a temporary restraining order slapped down last Thursday on 24 residence of occupancy certificates pertaining to developer Shalom Lamm’s Chestnut Ridge Hasidic housing complex in Bloomingburg, clearing the way for families to begin moving in.
RECORDONLINE.com (http://bit.ly/1NS0PSL) reports that appellate court judge Michael Lynch’s Monday ruling not only lifted Judge Stephan Shick’s temporary order, but also wiped out a prior agreement that families would not begin moving into Chestnut Ridge until after august 27.
However, Shick’s scheduled September 8 hearing on the matter is still on the docket.
A beaming Shalom Lamm said, “We really feel confident that we are well within the bounds and spirit of the letter of the law,” while adding that he’ll now proceed with completing more residences and obtaining additional certificates of residency.
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