Judge Rules Petitions Invalid, Stony Point Voters Won’t Get Chance to Decide Fate of Golf Course and Letchworth Land

An attempt to put the future of the Stony Point golf course and about 26 acres of former Letchworth Village property has fallen short of its goal of being put before town voters. That’s according to supervisor Jim Monaghan who says the judge ruled this week the petition was invalid…

George Potanovic is president of the Stony Point Action Committee for the Environment, and says the judge threw out the petition on a technicality…

Monaghan says he and the board are working on locking in a contract with the builder who is looking to add a hotel and conference center to the property. Any plans would still have to go through environmental review and the planning board’s procedures. The contract would preserve the golf course for town residents to use, include a community center and other items.

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