An interested party in the purchase of the Summit Park Nursing Home backed out of the sale after a competitor filed complaints in the rabbinical court in Brooklyn to block the sale. According to Susan Sherwood, the Chairwoman of the Rockland County Health Facilities Group, a representative for the company provided a “first invite and order of constraint document”. This document ordered a court appearance, in both the rabbinical court, and according to Burt Dorfman, the attorney for Northern Services Group, the county will currently be unable to make a sale due to the case. Sherwood stated taht the county remains in talks with a buyer and unless more suits are filed, they remain on track. County Executive Ed Day stated on Thursday that he will make any decision necessary to solve the fiscal crisis, a large part of the solution being the sale of the nursing home and hospital.
Bidder Backs Out of Summit Park Sale
April 11, 2014 By