Medina Journal-Register — The Orleans County Supreme Court has found that the county's creation of a local development corporation (LDC) were legal and in the scope of the discretionary authority of the county legislature. The LDC was created to handle the sale of The Villages
On Oct. 1, the court found in favor of the county relative to all eight claims in question and dismissed the case. The decision was signed by James P. Punch, Acting Justice of the Supreme Court.
“I feel that the judge has once again ruled wisely and justly,” said Dave Callard, Chairman of the Orleans County Legislature. “We felt confident that we had acted appropriately and legally and the court confirmed that.”