The Planning Board chairman in Airmont is denying being involved in a home in the village that has racked up several code violations. That’s according to The Journal News. The paper reports Planning Board chairman Yehuda Friedland is listed as the contact for a religious group that bought the house on Lee Drive, which has received multiple zoning code violation notices for operating without village authorization and construction permits, Planning Board site plan approvals, or variances from the Zoning Board of Appeals. Friedland told the paper that his name is mistakenly on the deed and claims the signature on it isn’t his. The Congregation Bais Medrash, bought the house, and listed Friedland’s home address as its own. Friedland denied being involved.