Newsday quoted A. Thomas Levin in an article titled “Great Neck Estates Development Proposal Hearing Postponed.” The article, published September 15th, discusses the public hearing on a controversial proposal to build a 40-unit apartment building in Great Neck Estates. This project has been delayed until October 13th, so developers can present more information to the village board.
Mr. Levin stated: “the village cannot regulate the manner in which the property is owned. We only get to approve the use of the property.”
The full article can be read at Newsday (may require subscription).