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NY Appellate Court Holds Provision of Town Code Prohibiting Parking a Commercial Vehicle Outdoors was Unconstitutionally Vague on Its Face

On June 14, 2012, defendant was charged with violating section 77–38(D)(2) of the Code of the Town of Kent, that he parked a prohibited commercial vehicle outdoors at his residence: a 2010 Ford dump truck registered to defendant at his residential property. The relevant provision set forth “not more than one commercial vehicle, excluding construction […]

Source: NY Appellate Court Holds Provision of Town Code Prohibiting Parking a Commercial Vehicle Outdoors was Unconstitutionally Vague on Its Face


Second Circuit Court of Appeals Finds Department of Housing and Urban Development Did Not Violate Statutes that Prohibiting It from Denying Funds Based on the Adoption, Continuation, or Discontinuation of Any Policy or Law

On February 3, 2015, HUD advised the County of Westchester that its failure to receive a grant for the 2012 fiscal year had resulted in the termination of its qualification as a Community Development Block Grant (“CDBG”) urban county and HOME participating jurisdiction, and that until it requalified, it was ineligible to receive CPD funds. […]

Source: Second Circuit Court of Appeals Finds Department of Housing and Urban Development Did Not Violate Statutes that Prohibiting It from Denying Funds Based on the Adoption, Continuation, or Discontinuation of Any Policy or Law