For those with a legal sense, here is an update on the City’s appeal: Matter of Haberman v Zoning Bd. of Appeals of the City of Long Beach
And for those looking for some background on this. Check out the Newsday article from March, 2015: http://www.newsday.com/long-island/nassau/judge-long-beach-in-default-in-50m-lawsuit-1.10142135?pts=399675
“Nassau County acting state Supreme Court Justice James P. McCormack has found the City of Long Beach in default in a $50 million damages case tied to a proposed beachfront condominium project.
…..Last September, the City Council rejected the pact, which would have ended the lawsuit and allowed Haberman to submit an application to the zoning board of appeals to build more towers at Sea Pointe Towers on Shore Road. Then-council president Scott Mandel said in a statement that Klein had signed the stipulation without council approval. [LINK]