This paper examines the practical application of local land use law in the context of turning an area of abandoned industrial blight, a defunct GM automobile plant, into what will soon be an economically productive and aesthetically appropriate site within the historic Village of Sleepy Hollow.
Recommended CitationDonald W. Stever, From Assembly Line to Sidewalk Cafe: Turning an Automobile Assembly Plant into a New Town in Sleepy Hollow, New York - A Case Study of Positive Land Use Change Triggered by a Local Environmental Law , 20 Pace Envtl. L. Rev. 177 (2003)
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