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Lafayette College appealing Easton Planning Commission

Council expects to hear testimony and legal arguments from Lafayette officials and College Hill residents who oppose dormitory development. The proceeding will take place in a courtroom-like setting, in much the same way municipal zoning hearing boards conduct business. A court stenographer must be hired to make a legal record of the proceeding in the event of further appeals, city solicitor William Murphy told council. The next appeal after City Council would be Northampton County Court. Easton Mayor Sal Panto Jr. said he expects appeals to continue beyond the council hearing. “We’ve been put on notice from two residents that they will appeal this as far as they need to,” Panto said.Lafayette wants to put one building....MORE

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