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Appeals court says Ballston solar panel lawsuit can proceed

Neighbors claim deed restrictions prohibit array

Work crews from Adirondack Solar moved solar panels into place at a home owned by Brian and Krista Haines in Ballston in January 2012. The panels are the subject of a lawsuit filed by neighbors.
Photographer: Marc Schultz
Work crews from Adirondack Solar moved solar panels into place at a home owned by Brian and Krista Haines in Ballston in January 2012. The panels are the subject of a lawsuit filed by neighbors.
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Residents whose lawsuit over a neighbor’s large solar panels was struck down can proceed with their legal case, an appeals court has ruled. Judges last week reversed a lower court decision on the pole-mounted solar panels in Seelye Estates West in the town of Ballston, saying that the panels may violate the neighborhood’s deed restrictions if they are a nuisance offensive to the neighborhood. In a decision filed March 28 by the State Supreme Court ...

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