The Times Herald Record reports that tree clearing at the Legoland New York site was put on hold yet again yesterday when a Brooklyn judge issued a temporary restraining order.
A previous order, in effect for 42 days, was lifted on Monday and clearing resumed. But yesterday's ruling put tree clearing on hold yet again. Legoland can only clear trees from November 1 to March 30 due to a law that protects an endangered species of bats.
Legoland New York is still hoping to open their 130-acre theme park in the Spring of 2020 off Route 17 close to Exit 125.