The Monroe Town Board voted in a 3-1 decision to give the Hasidic community of Kiryas Joel lead agency status in the environmental review process over its new proposal to take 164 acres of land from the town.

The decision did not go over well with residents, who packed the Monroe Senior Center for the meeting over the controversial land deal. "This is classic segmentation. It's not legal under...

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