Yesterday I published a letter from Roger Joslyn concerning a court hearing about the proposed sale of the New York Genealogical and Biographical Society's headquarters building in New York City. That article is available at http://blog.eogn.com/eastmans_online_genealogy/2007/03/court_hearing_o.html.
Today, Roger sent the following update:
I heard from the AG's office again today. Apparently, I was supposed to be told--but was not--that all written position papers were also to be copied to the G&B's attorney and to the AG. While time has run out for submitting something in writing (but not for attending and speaking at the hearing), I was asked to have you post this additional information. Here are the names of the society's attorney and the contact person in the AG's office, with fax numbers:
(Attorney for the NYG&BS)
Office of the New York Attorney General