Holbert defends bluestone quarry, lawyer ups the ante
But perhaps the most attention-getting item in Mislitsky’s letter was the final, which said: “One more thing and I am truly reluctant to say this. If this matter must go to court, I will be forced to challenge the entire corridor in Lackawaxen Township. While I would never be so presumptuous as to predict what an appellate court will do, given existing law from the Commonwealth Court, in my opinion, it is more probable than not that the corridor will be removed from Lackawaxen Township due to procedural deficiencies in the adoption and administration of the overlay district.”
The UDC board ultimately approved a motion to retain legal counsel for possible litigation.