Credit: By Kate Day Sager, Olean Times Herald,
11 November 2011 ~~
A judge has dismissed a lawsuit that had asked for a permanent injunction against the controversial wind farm in the town of Allegany.
The decision, issued by Supreme Court Justice Michael Nenno, was received Thursday by attorneys for Concerned Citizens of Cattaraugus County (CCCC) and Kathy Boser, who had filed the lawsuit. Concerned Citizens had filed the lawsuit against town of Allegany governing boards and its officials, as well as EverPower Wind Holdings, LLC.
A court hearing on the lawsuit was held last week in front of Judge Nenno, who had refrained from issuing a decision at the time.
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By Kate Day Sager, Olean Times Herald,
11 November 2011
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