From the Queens Chronicle:
If the new zoning is approved, it wouldn’t undo any of the current structures. However, Dayan said it would have a dramatic affect on the Bukharian community, which has always lived close together. If the rezoning passes, he suspects many homeowners would move to Long Island, where they can buy larger lots.
And, if the problem does not get resolved, the Bukharian Jews are willing to take it to court, he said.