|Rendering of library development courtesy of Marvel Architects|
The group, headed by Brooklyn activist Marsha Rimler, had called the project’s environmental review inadequate. The court dismissed the claims, saying the city had dotted all the environmental i's and crossed all the t's.
The court also ruled that the lawsuit was not served within the required deadline, and that any extension of the deadline for service would be unwarranted. See Eagle for more.
Judge rules against group trying to halt sale of Brooklyn Heights Library [Brooklyn Eagle]
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