"He made the determination definitely 100 percent fair," said Della Villa. "I'm sure the residents won't be happy. I'm sure they will push the issue, which is their right. Now that the leaves are off the trees they have closed it down for the season, because the leaves acted as a buffer."
He also stressed the board has only given him what he is due and everything was looked at objectively without basis.
"[Riders] are not going to see this as free range to do anything they want," he said. "They are going to see this as a positive opportunity for them and keep it well within everybody's best interest."
With the situation coming to a close, board members might take on changing the town code to be clearer in defining a racetrack. During the meeting, Martin suggested changing the town code to better clarify what I racetrack is and isn't, so the matter can be resolved.
"Then I move, I suggest, that we change the ordinance to be a definition of a physical structure rather than the intent of the participants," said Martin.
Godlewski said the board would utilize recommendations on how to proceed with the current town code for a racetrack if there are changes or refinements. He said on Thursday, Nov. 4, he would be meeting with the Chairman of the Planning Commission Thomas Yuille.""