Stony Point Supervisor and Local Activist Trade Accusations Over Potential Sale of Golf Course

Stony Point’s supervisor and a local environmental group are accusing each other of misleading the public over the potential sale of the golf course and 26 acres of Letchworth Village property. Stony Point supervisor Jim Monaghan says the town didn’t object to putting the sale up to the voters. Monaghan notes the sale of the golf course would also include the cost of fixing up the buildings that remain on the property…

George Potanovic is president of the Stony Point Action Committee for the Environment, and says knowing the details of the potential zoning changes isn’t enough…

Two Stony Point residents are challenging the town’s upcoming public referendum, concerned that residents haven’t even seen all the documentation necessary. A judge will decide if a vote on the sale of the golf course will be held.

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