Officials claim violators at former Nyack College are being cured – The Journal News | Team Cansler

ORANGETOWN — The Ramapo-based religious group, which operates schools on the former Nyack College campus, pleaded not guilty to charges of firing and being fired for safety violations on Tuesday in an Orangetown judiciary.

The community attorney — Yeshiva of Viznitz D’Khal Torath Chaim — and the city’s prosecutor told the judge that work to cure unsafe conditions and violations at the 107-acre South Nyack campus continues. The municipality is also seeking city permits for the construction work already underway and the use of several buildings, the lawyers said.

Tuesday marked the community’s first court appearance after an Orangetown inspector dropped allegations of violation. The community’s next court appearance is scheduled for January 10.

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Orangetown inspectors presented the congregation with six counts of charges – carved out of dozens of violations.

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