Kathleen practices in the areas of environmental and property law. She has broad experience in land use matters including site plan review, special permit review, variances, subdivisions and annexation.
Kathleen also has extensive knowledge of the New York State Environmental Quality Review Act (SEQRA). She has appeared before several municipal boards on behalf of project sponsors on a range of projects from small (residential) to large (institutional). Kathleen also has particular experience in land use and SEQRA litigation.
In addition to land use matters, Kathleen has worked on matters involving state and federal regulatory compliance issues, particularly in the areas of wetlands, historic preservation, storm water, petroleum bulk storage, solid and hazardous waste disposal, environmental remediation, environmental aspects of real property and business transactions, and environmental litigation matters.
Kathleen also has experience in property tax assessment challenges and litigation representing private individuals, private corporations and public corporations in connection with their real property tax assessment issues and settlement of such claims. She has addressed valuation issues associated with all types of property including private residences, private lakes and lodges, reservoirs, mining operations, commercial rental property and businesses, a wide variety of industrial and manufacturing facilities and utility properties.