On March 26, Hanover Farms, the farmstand located on Route 28 in Mt. Tremper by a modular home owned by the Higley family that’s been the center of controversy since it first opened almost a decade ago, filed a lawsuit against the Town of Shandaken and its code enforcement officer, Richard Stokes, for issuing it a stop work order the previous week, among other issues.
The legal complaint filed in New York Supreme Court by Phoenicia-based attorney Pat Ellison charges that . . .
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