1. Any application in relation to the purposes of or contemplated by this title, or
any proceeding commenced by any participating county or any municipality, with the
department of environmental conservation, the department of transportation or any
other state agency or instrumentality or with the United States environmental protection
agency or any other federal agency or instrumentality shall inure to and for the benefit
of the authority to the same extent and in the same manner as if the authority had
been a party to such application or proceeding, and the authority shall be deemed
a party thereto, to the extent not prohibited by any federal law. Any license, approval, permit or decision issued or granted pursuant to or as a
result of any such application or proceeding shall inure to the benefit of and be
binding upon the authority and shall be assigned and transferred by the town to the
authority, unless such assignment and transfer is prohibited by federal law.
2. All such applications, proceedings, licenses, approvals, permits and decisions
shall further inure to and for the benefit of and be binding upon any person leasing,
acquiring, constructing, maintaining, using or occupying any project financed in whole
or in part by the authority.
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