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An Exodus of Young Adults
Demographers and politicians are scratching their heads… [A] theory is that young people are marrying later and moving to the suburbs later. Others say that young people seem to be taking more time finding themselves, and are willing to flounder at home for a time, pushing the traditional arc of adult life into the future.

Read the full story at The New York Times, Suburbs Try to Prevent an Exodus as Young Adults Move to Cities and Stay

Malekan Extends Deadline for Deal

via This Island Now

Roslyn Country Club owner Manochehr Malekan has extended the deadline for the Town of North Hempstead to purchase the country club by 120 days, according to Town of North Hempstead Councilman Peter Zuckerman.

Zuckerman said Thursday that the deal, which faced a March 19 deadline, was “on hold” pending the outcome of a April 2 court hearing on lawsuits brought by residents of the Roslyn Heights development against Malekan’s Corona Realty LLC.

“We’re hoping the judge will dismiss the remaining lawsuits and allow the town to go ahead with the deal with Corona,” Zuckerman said.

Read on…

Roslyn Country Club Spring

RCCCA: “Back in Court”

via Roslyn Country Club Civic Association:

Tomorrow, Wednesday April 2, the litigation to which many RCC residents are parties is again in Court. The date for submission of legal papers has passed and Wednesday is the “return date” for the application to dismiss this litigation.

We don’t know whether Judge Janowitz will take any action tomorrow, whether he will allow oral argument or render any decision from the bench (which would be unusual).

As you will recall, Corona’s application seeks dismissal of the Roslyn Country Club litigation in which so many residents have engaged for so many years (Corona is the company that owns the Club real estate—Manny Malekan is Corona’s principal). Corona has asked that the dismissal be effective once the land is transferred to the Town. For more information see the application filed by Corona (linked, along with neighbors submissions, below).

Among other things, a dismissal of ALL (not some or most) of our claims appears to eliminate what seems to have been a key impediment to Corona’s sale of the RCC land under its contract with the Town of North Hempstead. Although Supervisor Bosworth has made made her views clear to us on the high priority she places on reopening the RCC,

Both Corona’s application (called an “order to show cause”) and the reactions of a handful of your neighbors were filed with the Court or otherwise submitted and may be viewed at http://www.jaroslawiczandjaros.com/Corona-Realty-Order-to-Show-Cause.aspx.

Court opens at 9:30am and the hearing is in Judge Janowitz’s courtroom at Nassau County Supreme Court.

PLEASE DO NOT HESITATE TO CALL OR EMAIL US WITH YOUR QUESTIONS OR COMMENTS!

NOTE THAT 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 OFFICERS, DIRECTORS OR CONSULTANTS CAN PROVIDE LEGAL ADVICE TO YOU. IF YOU REQUIRE LEGAL ADVICE YOU SHOULD SPEAK WITH A LAWYER THAT YOU ENGAGE.

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