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Halfmoon town official resigns over disputed land sale

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Halfmoon’s deputy town attorney abruptly resigned Wednesday after questions were raised over a series of land deals he signed off on last year. Matthew Chauvin, the town’s part-time deputy attorney for six years, tendered his resignation in a succinct letter addressed to Supervisor Kevin Tollison. The move came after Town Attorney Lyn Murphy investigated a series of land sales in which Halfmoon sold seven properties to local developer Charles E. Hoffman. “[Chauvin] offered his letter ...


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birmy
May 8, 2014
6:56 a.m.

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Buy low sell high!

timesunion
May 8, 2014
7:09 a.m.

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As first reported in the Times Union ….

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