An organization fighting development of a Whole Foods store in Brighton has lost a split decision from a state appeals court.
A state appellate court has put in question two parts of a decision on the Whole Foods plaza litigation, ruling Friday partly in favor of a group opposing the size of the development on Monroe Avenue in Brighton. The decision also upheld parts of the town’s support for the project that groups had challenged. A […]
A state appeals court’s split ruling on an aspect of the proposed Whole Foods project in Brighton is a victory for everyone, if you hear the various sides tell it. The appeal, filed by the Clover/Allen’s Creek Neighborhood Association against developer Daniele Family Businesses, the Town of Brighton and its supervisor and town board, was […]
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