In Roman Catholic Diocese of Rockville Centre, New York v. Incorporated Village of Old Westbury, 2011 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 14268 (ED NY, Feb. 14, 2011), a New York federal district court dismissed many, but not all, of the claims growing out of a town's refusal to allow the Catholic Diocese to develop of a parcel of land as a cemetery. Constitutional claims and claims under RLUIPA against a private consulting firm involved with the village's decision were dismissed because the firm was not acting under color of law. A number of claims against the Village of Old Westbury were dismissed on statute of limitations grounds, but a challenge to the constitutionality of a 2001 zoning law survived under the continuing violation theory. Claims based on the State Environmental Quality Act process were dismissed as unripe. Official capacity, but not individual capacity, claims against the superintendent of buildings and public works alleging illegal searches were dismissed.