Plummer said the Open Space Conservancy has some procedural items to complete before their agreement with the town can be finalized. "The most important thing for the public to understand is that although there is an agreement between the town and the open space institute, the open space institute still has to do two things: They have to complete a survey and they have complete an environmental assessment," said Councilman Daniel Plummer. He said the environmental assessment had just been submitted and that the survey was scheduled to be completed within the next two weeks.
"If both of those are fine, then a closing will be scheduled and the transaction will occur. We're definitely hoping that will happen."
At the June 27 meeting, the town board also:
Accepted a donation of $10 to the D.A.R.E. program from Nancy Farr
Approved a bid process for biodegradable paper bags for the highway superintendent. The bid is scheduled to be advertised July 5, to be opened July 16.
Approved the disposal of vehicles at auction by Northway Auto Exchange, Inc. of Clifton Park.