Lawsuits settled in Amherst golf cart path dispute, but tensions linger (NY)

A bitter 4-year-old legal fight over a golf cart path in East Amherst has come to an end, but tensions linger in the Ransom Oaks housing development.  The parties on Wednesday agreed in State Supreme Court to settle a pair of lawsuits spurred by the dispute that has pit neighbor against neighbor.  The Ransom Oaks homeowners’ association agreed to withdraw a lawsuit filed four years ago against the nearby Glen Oak Golf Course and Ransom Oaks resident Andrea P. Weissenburg. In exchange, Weissenburg agreed to withdraw a libel lawsuit she filed last month against the board of the Ransom Oaks Community Corporation.    Read the article……………

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