Village officials recently announced that Federal Court Judge Colleen McMahon—who heard oral arguments on Buffalo Southern Railroad’s (BSOR) preliminary injunction motion which prevents the village from interfering with said transloading operations—did not issue a ruling in court on June 1, 2006.
Despite ongoing litigation, it is likely that BSOR is moving full-steam because of Mayor Dr. Gregory Schmidt’s, Trustee Thomas Brennan’s and former appointed Trustee James M. Steinberg’s promise of a “no negotiate” (video) position by looking ahead to re-open the site—located at 1A Croton Point Avenue (satellite map).
In fact, a temporary sign to help truckers find the property is already in place. Additionally, the gold-leaf carved sign from former operator Metro Enviro has been removed from its casing in preparation for installation of a new one for Croton’s newest business, BSOR—which subleases the property from Regus Industries LLC (search) controlled Northeast Interchange Railway (NIR).
See also: “A New Player in Croton’s Eminent Domain Game”