A coalition of residents has filed a lawsuit over a town-house development in Bloomingburg, N.Y., that it says has failed to meet the village's requirements. A performance bond was required for the project, but the coalition says the bond documents were never reviewed. Additionally, the coalition says it has been unable to verify that the bond is valid. A judge recently declined to issue a restraining order to stop the project, but the coalition is moving forward with its lawsuit.
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