Bond dispute leads N.Y. town officials to threaten to end contract

A Long Island, N.Y., town is at odds with a developer who officials say didn't continuously bond his work on two Little League fields, which some allege are substandard. The developer has written a $125,000 check to Islip, N.Y., in lieu of a new bond, and attorneys say he has provided proof of bonding for a subcontractor's work after the town threatened to default his contract.

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