CLARKSTOWN, N.Y. -- Business leaders and developers in Rockland County are expressing concern about a combination of resistant residents and lack of developable land that come together for a concerning trend, according to lohud.com.
Al Samuels, Rockland Business Association president and chief executive officer, was among those who spoke about the lack of development, citing a proposed project for Legoland that would have brought $250 million to the area. (That project will be built in Orange County.) On the other side, opponents are feeling empowered and that they are market correcting previous pro-business initiatives by rallying in person and on social media, according to lohud.com.
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