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Attorneys Dominate ZBA Hearing on Sober Home

May 05, 2014

The legal eagles were soaring at Yorktown Town Hall last week as the Zoning Board of Appeals continued its deliberations over a proposed sober living home on Underhill Avenue.Read more...

NY Appellate Court Holds Not-for-Profit Corporation Law Does Not Preempt Field of Cemetery Regulation

April 10, 2014

Oakwood Cemetery is a not-for-profit cemetery corporation and sought to begin offering cremation services in addition to the burial services it offered. Oakwood submitted its first application for a building permit for the crematorium in 2008, but the application was denied.Read more...

Lawyer Contends State Law Would Prohibit Proposed Site for Pawling Cell Tower

Homeland Towers filed the application to build the tower at the Cunningham location 13 months ago.

PAWLING, N.Y. - A lawyer, representing homeowners whose properties abut the land where a cell phone tower has been proposed in Pawling, said the application process should never have been allowed to move forward because state law would prohibit the issuance of a building permit at the location.Read more...

NY Appellate Court Reverses Court Below and Upholds Approval of Building Permit and CO

In February, 2006, Benmar Properties, LLC purchased an 18,000 squre foot property

Robert F. Davis, of Singleton, Davis & Singleton, PLLC, represented the victorious Appellants on their joint re-argument motion with the Village, which the Court granted, thereby reversing its prior decision by the decision discussed in this article by eminent New York Zoning Authority, Patricia E. Salkin. For the Courft to reverse itself in this manner is a very rare occurrence. Read more...

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