Newsletter #64
November 16, 2020

Endicott Residents Submit Article 78 Against Board of Trustees for Illegally Approving Controversial Recycling Code


An Article 78* lawsuit* was brought against the Village of Endicott on November 13, 2020, by Claudia Braymer, the attorney representing the six Petitioners in the suit. 

The Petitioners live in close proximity to the SungEel MCC Americas LLC proposed project that will use incineration in their process to recycle lithium-ion batteries. 



GoFundMe Fundraiser to Help Pay Legal Fees

NoBurnBroome has started a fundraiser for the plaintiffs to pay for their legal expenses with a dedicated GoFundMe account. The plaintiffs are putting themselves out there to ensure that:
  • The health and safety of their families - and all families in Endicott and surrounding areas - are not adversely impacted by this and any other polluting industry that can now come to Endicott due to this zoning change.
  • Their property values - and yours - do not plummet.

Donations would be very much appreciated.

GoFundMe at

*An Article 78 proceeding is a New York State law that permits residents, wronged by a decision made by a government agency, to ask a judge to order that agency to do that which they are required to do by law. It’s called Article 78 because it can be found starting at Section 7801 of the New York Civil Practice Law and Rules.

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