Four residents of Greenburgh’s Edgemont area are suing the town for not properly maintaining and correcting its zoning maps — errors that may allow a multi-family housing complex to be built on a lot the town said is zoned for single-family use.
But a lawyer for a second defendant in the lawsuit called it a “desperate” move by the residents to keep a proposed affordable housing development out of their well-to-do neighborhood.
In a lawsuit filed in state Supreme Court in White Plains, the residents Andrew Ross, Lynn Weingarten, Edward Feig and Chun In Su — represented by attorney and civic activist Bob Bernstein — seek to force the town to properly correct an error on zoning maps that shows a 2.3-acre parcel at 1 Dromore Road to be in a multi-family area.
If successful, the move could potentially nullify a court ruling in January that allows construction of SR Development Estates’ proposed 40-unit complex at the site.
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