Hewlett’s , which months ago its Franklin Avenue building, hopes to lease space for its 100 member families from Rockville Centre’s .
No firm deal has been set between the South Shore’s only Jewish Reconstructionist temple and the reform congregation at 430 Demott Ave., according to the Nassau Herald. Beth Emeth’s attorney, Gary Carlton, told the paper he expects a deal to be in place before the High Holy Days in September.
The New York attorney general approved the $2.4 million sale of the Beth Emeth building to Lilies International Christian Outreach. The Nassau State Supreme court still must give the go-ahead to the transaction.