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Wednesday, August 23, 2017

Former Hempstead Town worker plans to sue town over landfill cats

A retired Hempstead Town employee who fed a feral cat population at the town’s Oceanside landfill is filing a lawsuit against the town and Supervisor Anthony Santino, alleging that he was denied access to care for the animals in retribution for his “lack of loyalty” to the supervisor, according to a news release.

Stanley Lombardo, of East Rockaway, is to hold a news conference on Wednesday afternoon outside the landfill with his lawyer, Jonathan Tand, the release from the law firm said.

Lombardo has said he has taken care of about 40 cats there for a decade. He is seeking a judgment that will allow him to do so again, the release stated.

Lombardo alleges that he is no longer allowed to feed the cats as “political retribution for the fact that he would not go along with the Supervisor’s efforts to hand out high paying jobs to his unqualified friends,” the release said.

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