GOSHEN, N.Y. – Legoland scored a key victory in becoming a reality on Thursday night when the Goshen town board approved zoning changes for the proposed theme park, according to the Times Herald-Record.
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The evening featured some heated debate, with opponents of the $500 million theme park arguing that its construction would destroy the town's character and create traffic headaches along Route 17, the Record reported.
A total of four resolutions were passed to help Legoland move toward a final approval. All four measures passed with a 4-1 vote. Councilman Kenneth Newbold voted "no" each time, the Record said.
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