Roslyn Country Club Civic Association Public Meeting at The Wheatley School on October 19

The Roslyn Country Club Civic Association will be holding a meeting on October 19, 2010 @ 7:30 pm at The Wheatley School Auditorium to update the residents on progress made with the Town of North Hempstead in taking steps to reopen our country club. The options going forward appear to be the creation of a Park District or a Town Park – the pros and cons of each will likely be addressed at the meeting.
See you there!

3 thoughts on “Roslyn Country Club Civic Association Public Meeting at The Wheatley School on October 19”

  1. Sorry I missed the meeting… please send me information on dues, patrol and anything else…. I think you may have a check of ours to return…
    Thank you for all your work…. I support the club, and community

    Rhoda Schneider 35 field Lane

    1. Rhoda, this website is unaffiliated with the RCCCA. I think you can email the RCCCA at RCCCA@hotmail.com, but the best way to get in touch with them is to call Heather Schwartz or Todd Zarin.

      I hope you continue to frequent this website as I will be providing coverage and advocacy to restore our country club and neighborhood to it’s former glory.

  2. We were told at the meeting that the Town of North Hempstead will very likely agree to take over the club and either build one 1) that is exclusive for rcc or 2) open it up to all North hemp residents. While the latter option seems not as attractive, given the likely membership fee and the locale of the club, it would still be fairly private. So personally, I think that is the best option as a private club would be very expensive. In order to get this moving, residents need to write or call Supervisor Jon Kaiman and Councilman Tom Dwyer to let them know that you are in favor of such an effort by the town. Contact info is:
    Supervisor Jon Kaiman
    kaimanj@northhempsteadny.gov
    516 869 6311

    Councilman Tom Dwyer
    dwyert@northhempsteadny.gov
    869 7702

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