New legal action was filed against Patchogue Village regarding Tritec Real Estate Company's at the Four Corners.
Patch is currently reaching out to get more information and will update soon with more details.
In a phone call with attorney Kevin Brosnahan Monday, who is representing the plaintiffs, he told Patch that the basis of the action is regarding Patchogue Village renewing Tritec's site plan just over a month after the one-year anniversary it was . He said that Village code dictates that the plan should have been renewed at the March 12 meeting, but the Village board chose to table the renewal to April 23.
Should it be the case that the April renewal is invalid, Brosnahan also said that the Village may then also have to revert the zoning of the land due to not having an approved site plan within three-years of the original zoning approval, as dictated by Village code. Brosnahan cited that May 12, 2009 was the date of the original zoning approval.
Previous lawsuits filed regarding Tritec's to build 291 apartments, 46,000 square feet of retail space and 18,000 square feet of office space to be placed at the Four Corners intersection in Patchogue Village have been .
The plaintiffs of the previous lawsuits and of this current legal action are a group of several local business owners and residents including the , and .
Patchogue Village Trustee Tom Ferb posted a about the legal action, requesting that the plaintiffs drop the legal action.
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