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Appeals panel gives Lindenhurst chance in court to reduce recycling tonnage

Newsday Monday, 19 October 2020
The appeals court said the lower court in fact had the authority to intervene and Lindenhurst could go forward with seeking a permanent injunction to enforce a 370-ton limit for the recycling company.
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