May 30, 2017

A Lesson for Other Municipalities and States?

Mosque will be built in N.J. town as part of $3.25M settlement

From a story on the website NJ.COM:
"The township will have to pay $3.25 million to the society and its legal firm, according to court documents provided by Adeel Mangi of New York City-based Patterson Belknap Webb & Tyler, who represented the society.
The society will receive $1.5 million for damages, with another $1.75 million going toward legal fees. Aside from a deductible, the financial side of the settlement will be paid by the township's insurance companies, with no taxpayer funds used, according to a statement released by the township."

No comments: