Developer Louis Cappelli sues town of North Castle over Westchester Airport parking garage

TRD New York /
Aug.August 10, 2017 04:21 PM

Since his LLC, Airport Parking Associates, has exclusive parking rights at the Westchester County Airport, developer Louis Cappelli is now suing over the proposed development of a garage just north of the airport, Westchester Business Journal reported. Cappelli had built a three-story garage and an overflow lot to accommodate the airport. The suit filed in Westchester Supreme Court in July against the town of North Castle and the North Castle planning committee, states that the automated car-stacking garage proposed for the 3.3-acre site at 11 New King Street poses environmental risks of polluting drinking water in the Kensico Reservoir. New Castle’s general council believes the claims have no merit. [Westchester Business Journal]


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