Posted Friday, August 4, 2017 8:35 AM | Contributed by Jeff
The proposed $500 million Legoland New York theme park took another step forward Thursday when the town planning board voted its OK of a local law that would permit what the town is calling a “commercial recreation facility” on the site where Legoland’s developer wants to build. Thursday’s planning board vote approving a zoning exception constituted a recommendation to the town board, which has the power to make that change.
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