GM to pursue Tarrytown suit

Henry, Jim
December 1993
Automotive News;12/13/1993, Vol. 67 Issue 5530, p47
Trade Publication
Reports on the decision of General Motors (GM) to pursue its lawsuit against the village of North Tarrytown, New York. Unfairness of the village's Environmental Protection and Abandoned Industrial Property Law according to GM; Leniency of federal and state laws according to North Tarrytown mayor Sean Treacy.


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