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NEW YORK CITY-US District Court Judge Denise Cote turned aside Westchester County‘s request for a restraining order to prevent the US Department of Housing and Urban Development from redistributing $7.4 million in federal housing funds over terms of a 2009 fair housing case settlement.

HUD has maintained that Westchester County has not complied with terms of the settlement in regards to support of anti-discrimination housing legislation called “Source of Income” and the mandated analysis of exclusionary zoning in the county.

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