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North Hempstead Candidates Discuss Roslyn Country Club

North Hempstead Supervisor Jon Kaiman and opponent Lee Tu’s take on the property.

One issue that has come to the forefront in the  is the possible purchase of the . See how North Hempstead Supervisor  and opponent  feel about this issue.

DanTe October 10, 2011 at 10:00 PM
Yes Kaiman, the "country club" is a misnomer. It just have a pool and catering hall and meeting place. It sure does quack like a club. But that's understandable. Kaiman used the public-paid emergency alert telephone system to invade voters' homes with inane political aggrandizement messages. No reason why he shouldn't use taxpayers' dollars for his other pet fundings. Love how he can lie with a straight face when he claims BUYING land from a private concern will not cost any money.
Rick Ueland October 11, 2011 at 02:25 AM
Never met or heard Lee Tu speak - but he hit all the right points. Early in my professional career I audited federal, state and local programs - if a politican says that a project will break even or make money - I learned to run for the hills! If you believe Kaiman on this one - I have a bridge for sale - maybe a lighthouse - another great TONH project! Besides having to lay out the money with no guarantee that it will break even - what benefit does this pool have to the larger community of TONH at $1,000 -$2,000 per year! If the folks want it in the area let them setup a special district!

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