Finger Lakes Preservation Association v. Board of Italy, New York, et al., 887 N.Y.S.2d 499 (2009)

(plaintiff claimed that defendant violated state law by making impermissible deferral of impact review and failing to mitigate impacts, and conducting on-site meeting to measure noise from aerogenerators without public notice; court determining that on-site meeting was not a “meeting” requiring public notice under state law, and town clerk to reasonable steps to provide public notice in limited timeframe; no violation of state law concerning impact review). 

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