A Federal lawsuit against the village of Chestnut Ridge has reportedly been dismissed. That’s according to RocklandDaily.com. The site says suit filed by Citizens United to Protect Our Neighborhoods, or CUPON, was dismissed in the Southern District of New York and had challenged the constitutionality of Chestnut Ridge’s 2019 house of worship zoning law. That law permitted residents of Chestnut Ridge to open houses of worship in residential neighborhoods. The suit claimed it favored only Orthodox Jews. One of the plaintiffs we reached out to got back to us and said they haven’t yet decided whether they will appeal.