KINGSTON — The proprietor of Main Bike World is calling all gift card holders to e mail him to make arrangements for reimbursement.
Rich Rosa, proprietor of the now-closed motorcycle shop, said Thursday he again to the former keep to fulfill with building owner Corine Treslar. Rosa said he and Treslar tagged all of the “repair client bikes” that have been left in the store so clients can choose them up.
“Any purchaser that bought a present card is requested to e mail me at mainbike@verizon.Net,” Rosa said. “Please provide the card variety, along side their call and call number.”
Rosa went on to mention, “And in order that the truth is known, a deal become nearly finished that could have cured the state of affairs. Unfortunately, it couldn’t get completed in time. I recognize Ms. Treslar and the 20-plus years that we effectively labored together.”
Rosa additionally stated that each one customers who had deposits on new motorcycles have obtained their bikes.
“I respect each and every client that has supported Main Bike in its long nearly 40 year records,” Rosa said.

 


Treslar took Rosa to court, claiming she was owed again lease. Rosa and Treslar said the month-to-month lease changed into $4,100. Court statistics show that Rosa and Treslar reached an agreement, but Rosa had no longer complied by the court docket-ordered Feb. 21 cut-off date and needed to vacate the property.
“I‘ve had an extended-term relationship with (Rosa) and there are not any hard feelings in any respect,” Treslar stated. “I asked him to are available in so we ought to go back the bikes to the owners and he did that. I want him nicely.”
Treslar stated customers can name her at 570-331-3427 to make preparations to pick up restore bikes.
Earlier this week, Treslar said she is in negotiations with a brand new tenant to replace the departed Main Bike World.
Treslar said she has owned the landmark building at the corner of Wyoming Avenue and Market Street because 1997, and Main Bike World occupied the first-ground space for the reason that 1997 — the primary tenant Treslar leased space to when she bought the site.
Treslar said she anticipates a signed settlement quickly and the new tenant will move into the 4,400 square-foot area within a month or .

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