An eruv was removed from a neighborhood on Staten Island after backlash from some of the residents.
The eruv had been put up on utility poles around the neighborhood by a group of chassidm who had newly moved into the area. The eruv was removed after residents opposed to the influx of religious Jews in their neighborhood found out that the eruv was put up without permission from Con Ed, Verizon, or the Transportation Department.
The Orthodox residents have submitted paperwork to the local council to reattach the eruv.
Read more at Times of Israel.