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Frank Huttle III Discusses Atlantic Shores Offshore Wind Project with Asbury Park Press

Asbury Park Press

Frank Huttle III, partner at Pashman Stein Walder Hayden P.C., was recently quoted in an Asbury Park Press article titled, “See Which 8 NJ Towns Filed New Lawsuits to Stop Offshore Wind Developer.” The article discusses Pashman Stein’s two appeals and one motion filed this week targeting the Atlantic Shores Offshore Wind project. Pashman Stein represents Long Beach Township, Beach Haven, Ship Bottom, Barnegat Light, Surf City, Harvey Cedars, Brigantine Beach and Ventnor City.

"The turbines themselves are nearly as tall as the Empire State Building and the blades are nearly the length of the Eiffel Tower," Frank Huttle III said in a statement. "These are not unobtrusive structures that blend in with the scenery."’

"The shore municipalities believe the trial court erred in finding their request premature and erred in finding that they lacked standing to raise it, as it creates an absurd result in which no party can challenge an agency’s bias and lack of impartiality until after it has acted, and harm has occurred," said Huttle.

To read the full Asbury Park Press article, click here.

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