Hudson Valley Legoland Hit With Third Violation
Legoland has been given another violation after construction silt made its way into nearby Otter Creek. The Times Herald-Record reports this is the third violation for the Orange County-based project in the last three months.
The Department of Environmental Conservation cited them in mid-July while the town of Goshen got involved in May. According to DEC representatives, Legoland has failed to provide information on how they plan to stem erosion issues.
A representative from Legoland cited extreme weather for the issues, blaming tornados earlier this summer and unpredictable rainfall levels during this past weeks storm. DEC inspector Natalie Brown stated that the rainfall levels were discussed and criticised their response to earlier remediation plans.
Legoland could face fines of up to $37,500 per day if the problems persist. They have until Monday to respond.
Should the project be put on hold until they can fix the issues? Or do they get a pass because recent crazy weather to blame?
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