In a letter dated today, 5th of Tamuz, Rabbi Avrohom Osdoba writes to the newly elected Gaboim reminding them that the reason the community came out with such to vote was under the promise of the end of secular court actions and infighting, and in his letter he urges them to postpone the actions and ultimately withdraw them entirely.
The letter was addressed to Menachem Gerelitzky, Avraham Holtzberg, Yosef Losh, and Zalman Lipsker – who is the only one of the previously elected Gaboim who was re-elected, and is among those who started the court action.
In his letter Rabbi Osdoba offers them an idea of how to go about postponing and ultimately leading to the end of the court actions, and in his letter suggests the proper way of dealing with such issues are in a Beis Din which Rabbi Osdoba expresses hope that with a third Rov it will resolve conflict and offer people an option in Din Torah.
The tone of the letter is that of a suggestion, and reflects the attitude in which over 2000 residents turned out and votes this past Sunday which resulted in the pointed dismissal of the past Vaad including Sperlin, Poltorak and Cadaner.
Full letter in Hebrew: