Judge dismisses residents’ attempt to thwart city’s proposed Spring Street sanitation garage

January 15, 2010 09:31AM

A state Supreme Court judge has dismissed a lawsuit that aimed to bring down the city’s planned sanitation garage on spring street. The three-district, 120-foot-tall garage would house a salt shed and diesel fueling near the entrance to the Holland Tunnel. The city’s proposal was approved by the City Council in 2007. The Hudson Square residents, who brought the suit at the beginning of last year, have argued that the project will have an adverse impact on traffic and pollution in the newly residential area. They have not decided whether they will appeal the ruling, said Michael Kramer, one of the plaintiffs’ attorneys. [Downtown Express]

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