Wysocki, who opened her business, Dance Express on Broadway in Woodmere, in her early 20s, believes Rosenberg is benefiting the community by taking a risk and starting an organization at such a young age. “I think it’s great that he’s young because as you get older you tend to get tunnel vision,” she said. “He knows what would make the community a better place and eventually the younger generation is what will be moving in. We have to make a change and adapt the neighborhood to what it’s turning into.”
For more information about the Hewlett Woodmere Civic Association, email Jeremy Rosenberg at Hwcivic@gmail.com or visit www.facebook.com/HewlettWoodmereCivicAssociation.