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Saturday, May 10, 2014

Foxley Farm in the news

Nied family attorney Patrick Doheny said his clients, in a separate legal action, now want last year's consent order to be nullified.
“Because it was the product of fraud, mutual mistake, duress and/or illegally selective enforcement of the township's ordinances, the consent order ... must be vacated,” Doheny said in court documents.
Doheny suggested the neighbors' opposition is part of an attempt to steer business away from Foxley Farm and to other local venues such as the Rolling Rock Club, Ligonier Country Club and the Southern Alleghenies Museum of Art.
Doheny suggested township officials have targeted the Nieds and not enforced zoning ordinances against other venues.

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