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Charlotte A. Biblow

It has been a decade since the New York Court of Appeals’ landmark decision in Matter of Save the Pine Bush, Inc. v. Common Council of City of Albany, 13 N.Y.3d 297 (2009), on standing in actions under the State Environmental Quality Review Act (SEQRA). Municipalities, however, continue to face court proceedings challenging their actions under SEQRA brought by petitioners who do not have standing and, therefore, who see their cases dismissed at the trial or at the appellate level.


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