By  on February 3, 2009

NEW YORK — The Mall at Oyster Bay, the high-end shopping center proposed by the Taubman Centers for the site of the former Cerro Wire & Cable Co. factory in Syosset, N.Y., suffered another setback on Friday when an Appellate Division judge reversed an earlier New York State Supreme Court decision that ordered the town of Oyster Bay to issue a special permit for the mall.

The Appellate Division’s decision effectively sends the proposal back to the beginning of the town’s approval process. Taubman said it would immediately appeal the decision. But with the application destined to wend its way through the approval process again, Taubman’s chances of mounting a successful appeal are uncertain.

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