"The election results clear show this is a priority," said Mackay. "I'd love to see an effective size-cap in place by March or April," said Mackay.
When asked why action on the issue will not be immediate, Mackay agreed with LaGrange, "we want to make sure commercial owners understand and support the proposal."
The Town Board meeting room was standing room only, with many residents on hand to observe the ceremony.
Also sworn in at the meeting was reelected Town Board member Douglas LaGrange and re-elected Supervisor Thomas Dolin. Diane Deschenes was also sworn in after being reelected to an additional term as New Scotland's town clerk.
After the swearing-in ceremony, the board proceeded with its organizational agenda. Some items on the agenda included the assignment of various town officials, spending authorizations, liaison assignments for board members, and the holiday schedule. ""