NEW YORK CITY is liable for violating state environmental regulations in discharging waste into the upper East River and Jamaica Bay, a Manhattan Supreme Court justice ruled yesterday.

Justice Richard F. Braun, in a dispute between the City and New York State, enforced state water pollution control laws against the City, finding it exceeded limits set in permits allowing it to discharge wastewater, and filed shoddy reports to state environmental regulators.

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