Last year, a bunch of public school parents brought a lawsuit against the city’s deal to lease most of the sports fields on Randall’s
The plaintiffs won in court, aided by attorneys Norm Siegel and Alan Klinger of Stroock, by showing that the acreage involved should have triggered ULURP, a process of Community Board and City Council review, which the city had refused to pursue. We wrote about the court victory here.
Yet according to a
Why does this sound familiar? Stay tuned.