NJ Panel Won’t Let Charged Developer Drop $ 1.7 Million Enviro Fine

By Morgan Conley (October 19, 2021, 7:17 p.m. EDT) – New Jersey developer can’t use financial hurdles posed by an ongoing criminal case to avoid paying a $ 1.7 million fine for work not authorized performed at a waterfront restaurant, a state appeals court said on Tuesday.

The appeal division panel’s opinion upheld a trial court order upholding the full fine against Fred Daibes and two of his companies for undertaking several major construction projects at a restaurant closed since edge of the Hudson River overlooking Upper Manhattan without the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection approval. Daibes had not made payments under an agreement with the state for …

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