Key piece of rail crossing deal included unusual provision to muzzle local farm family

Robin Froerer's family and business agreed to a deal with the county to end a dispute over a railroad crossing but the pact stipulated they could not talk to the media about the rail reload project. (The Enterprise/Pat Caldwell).

NYSSA – The county’s $400,000 deal to settle a dispute over a rail crossing required something unusual from the people getting the money: Silence.

Farmer Robin Froerer, her family and her businesses had to agree not to speak to the media about any matter related the Treasure . . .