The Village of Mastic Beach on Long Island has settled with several people who accused the village and its former administrator of discriminating against African-American renters and agreed to pay $387,500 to settle the charges.

The lawsuit, Long Island Housing Services v. Village of Mastic Beach, 15-CV-0629, filed in the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of New York in February 2015, claimed that the Village of Mastic Beach and its former administrator, Timothy Brojer, illegally evicted low-income African-American renters.

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