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Up in the Air: The Evaporating Confidence of New York Property Owners

, New York Law Journal

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Recent changes in New York's environmental guidelines and practices have led to the reopening of previously closed environmental spill sites to further investigate the presence of volatile organic compounds that have infiltrated existing structures. Sites that have been reopened have been mired in detailed investigation, public scrutiny, and confusion amongst ever-changing regulatory policies, stymying owners' attempts to recoup the value of their property for the foreseeable future.

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  • Albert Smith

    New York‘s economy will continue to atrophy, and its property owners will continue to suffer what effectively are unconstitutional takings until they rise up to throw out the Stalinists in Albany and replace them with law-abiding capitalists.

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