A lawsuit has been filed
by the board of Mamakating against the Satmar socialists for trying to force them to bend to their demands:
A judge is siding with a town zoning board in its denial of a mikvah while the Hasidic Jewish community requests the racketeering lawsuit brought against them be dismissed in the town’s latest legal developments.
Sullivan County Acting Supreme Court Justice Michael McGuire on April 1 denied the lawsuit brought by Winterton Properties, LLC in Dec. 2014 against the Mamakating Zoning Board of Appeals.
The lawsuit claimed the board ruled against the construction of a mikvah based on “irrational and illegal interpretation of the zoning law.
But McGuire says the board correctly ruled that the mikvah - which was meant to serve developer Shalom Lamm’s controversial 396-home Hasidic community and others in Bloomingburg - would not be a communal space. Instead, it would be for private use by members in the Hasidic community.
Lamm and his socialist sympathizers are not being helpful by harrassing the townsfolk with lawsuits. A resident of Mamakating is grateful
that there's now a team dedicated to exposing the corruption involving Lamm's scam, and says that accusations of anti-semitism are only being used to conceal the illegal actions Lamm was involved in, all for the sake of welfare recipients who don't participate in the workforce, if at all, don't serve in the army and don't even support Israel. Why must we do any favors for people who're only trying to set up an isolationist enclave that costs taxpayers money?
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