While Brennan could not be reached for comment, Adamec said, "She definitely deserves the credit for bringing this to our attention and doing a lot of the research."
After the issue was brought to their attention, NCAP's officers signed onto an April 18 resolution supporting action on the issue and became the driving force for the new local law.
"I think we were first approached and began working on this issue back in late February, long before that incident in the spring with the high school students who were caught drinking," Adamec said. "NCAP became involved in this because we believe it is the right thing to do, not because of anything specific that's happened in Niskayuna." ""