$500M Legoland New York construction shut down due to violations
A building inspector in the Town of Goshen, New York, has shut down the Legoland New York construction site until the owner and contractors can figure out a permanent solution to the site's drainage issues, according to the Times Herald-Record.
The area has experienced heavy rains, and runoff from the site has repeatedly polluted local waterways. The city has ordered temporary work stoppages before, but Neal Halloran, Goshen building inspector, said the project will remain closed this time until heavy rain subsides and until project officials submit a remediation plan for the site.
Halloran said the soonest the project will open is Monday, June 24.
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