Reacting to the site plan approval, town board member Liz Kasper, a critic of the project, said Tuesday evening that she hadn't been filled in on the details.
"I'm sure we'll get that in the minutes of the planning board's actions, but I don't have that yet and would rather not comment until I see the specifics," Kasper said.
Scott Stevens, a Republican running for a seat on the town board in November's general election also declined to comment on the issue.
Vowing to keep the issue on the front burner during the local election season, Champagne pointed to a candidate questionnaire the Friends of Stanford Home expect to start circulating next week. "We should be getting them out after Labor Day and then we will be giving candidates two weeks to respond," she said. "If people are prepared to run for office then they should be ready to answer questions about these very important issues."