Ultimately that decision will be left to the voters, D'Agostino said.
Steck only asks that the town, or Boisvert, come clean with the public about the accident if it is found to reflect poorly upon his service as a board member. If it is no more than a bad decision on Boisvert's part, then that is a private issue, Steck said.
Boisvert had until last week to remove himself from the town ticket, said Albany County Board of Election Democratic Commissioner, Mathew Clyne. Unless Boisvert or town Republicans challenge his slot of the ticket in court, he will, and must, remain on the ballot, he said.
Boisvert had no comment and referred further inquiries to his attorney, Arnold Proskin. He did state that he is waiting his day in Edinburg Town Court as his original appearance had been postponed.""