"No one has the right to put REMS out of business," said DiLeva.
The resolution to move the vote back to a date to be determined in November was voted in favor by DiLeva, Matthew Martin, and Gerard Parisi with Supervisor Frank Del Gallo and Godlewski voting no.
In other news:
The town of Rotterdam passed resolution to enter into agreements with Schenectady County over the creation of a unified dispatch. The universal call center would help to increase safety and help to effectively dispatch throughout the county, according to County Legislator Anthony Jansenski, D-Rotterdam. "Its one more step in the process," he said.
The town of Rotterdam voted to table a zone change for 2.735 acres of property at 1066 Curry Road and 1113 Floral Avenue in Rotterdam from Single Family Residential and Two Family Residential to Multi-Family Residential for the construction of a four unit apartment building and bring a 42 unit apartment building into current zoning codes. The property is owned by Tom DeLorenzo.
The town board voted for a public hearing for Wednesday, July 14 at 7 p.m. to discuss a change in zoning proposed by Timothy Larned and Maria Esposito on 71.8 acres from heavy industrial and general business to planned residential development and general business for a proposed construction of a 248 multi-family garden apartment complex and 20,000 square feet of commercial space, a relocation of current baseball fields and the creation of a recreation and conservation area.
The town of Rotterdam will meet again on Wednesday, July, 14 at 7 p.m.