Complaint lodged against Tusten councilman; Limit on campaign spending at issue
That incident came in the wake of a lengthy legal battle between Lang and the town board over whether signs Lang erected were in violation of town code. Ultimately, that case was dismissed, but Lang is now suing the town for, among other things, malicious prosecution.
In another development, Lang has applied for a license to open a farmstand on the site of the Narrowsburg Inn, which will presumably compete with the Tusten Heritage Community Garden.
In an interview, Reynosa said, “It would be nice if we could all be civilized and talk about the issues and not be pointing fingers and saying bad things about people’s personalities or making up things that aren’t true; that should be a thing of the past. We’ve got a lot of problems to solve in this town, and it’s time to roll up our sleeves and get busy and do it.”