Parking-building-built-on-the-stream back in the headlines
. . . in at least one of the dead-tree papers (but not on its on-line version; the other dead-tree paper didn’t even mention it): Garage suit returns to court: Appeals panel hears argument on redevelopment law
The suit alleges the borough improperly applied the state’s redevelopment law to the project and did not put the $13.7 million bond ordinance to . . . to a referendum.
The attorney for Concerned Citizens said his clients were conceding Phase I of the development (i.e., the parking-building-built-on-the-stream, a five story mixed-use building, and a plaza), but not Phase II (another 5-story building, food market and small plaza)
The presiding judge said “the case is a difficult one that raises substantive legal questions”.