North Hempstead residents may get to vote in November on a proposed takeover of the Roslyn Country Club by the town, which aimed to acquire a piece of the property, after months of negotiation, through the use of the town's .
submitted 4,000 signatures to the town clerk asking for a public vote on the proposed borrowing of $7.5 million to acquire and renovate the Roslyn Country Club property.
On Tuesday, North Hempstead Supervisor Jon Kaiman anticipated that a vote on the matter would be brought before the public during the November election.
Which leads to the question: How would you vote? Would you support the town's initial plan? Are there other ways to tackle a renovation? Do you have other ideas for this property? Tell us in the comments.
Editor's Note: This article has been updated to state that the town intends to purchase the property through its environmental legacy fund, not eminent domain