LITIGATION: CONTRACT BETWEEN CORONA AND THE TOWN REQUIRES DISMISSAL OF LITIGATION BEFORE SALE OF RCC LAND TO TOWN OF NORTH HEMPSTEAD.
As we indicated previously, we have another court date tomorrow, Wednesday at 9:30 AM. As you know, disposition of our litigation is one of Corona’s conditions to allowing the Town of North Hempstead to purchase the RCC property under the contract they each signed. Only after the Town completes its purchase of the land can it reopen the Roslyn Country Club.
At our last court date, the focus of discussion was exploration of means that would provide for dismissal of our litigation, but NOT become permanent until a transfer of the RCC property to the Town. We think that conversation will continue. The rationale in achieving this would be that the litigation many saw as a means to force the Club open would be a key tool in doing just that. However if the transfer does not occur under such a plan the litigation could be continued by those wishing to do so.
If you wish to attend, it is called for 9:30 a.m. at Nassau County Supreme Court in Judge Janowitzâ€™ courtroom (info here). You should be able to sign in upon arrival.
NOTE THAT AS WE NO LONGER HAVE JOINT COUNSEL, IF YOU ARE A PARTY IN THIS LITIGATION AND DO NOT APPEAR IN PERSON OR BY ATTORNEY, YOU WILL HAVE NO ONE ACTING ON YOUR BEHALF IN COURT. NEITHER THE ROSLYN COUNTRY CLUB CIVIC ASSOCIATION NOR ANY OF ITS REPRESENTATIVES CAN PROVIDE LEGAL ADVICE TO YOU. IF YOU REQUIRE LEGAL ADVICE YOU SHOULD SPEAK WITH A LAWYER THAT YOU ENGAGE.