Griesemer said when he visited the property there was nobody using the dirt track, so a ruling couldn't be made. Also, since Griesemer is visiting the property, he would then have to call Maher and have him visit the location if there was activity on the property.
When Godlewski brought up changing the wording of the town code's definition of a racetrack board member Gerard Parisi said he didn't think it was necessary.
"I don't think we need to do anything with the code, the code is there and it's very clear," said Parisi. "I think the town employees need to do their job and respond to the residents that have been complaining for eight months. I'm sure the neighbors would be glad to notify him when it is going on."
If Maher decides it isn't a racetrack than residents can go to the zoning board to contest the ruling and vice versa if anyone wants to contest a ruling saying it is a racetrack.
Godlewski said he would get in contact with Maher on Tuesday, Sept. 21, and let him know the board's desire is to get the situation resolved.
"We are going to give him direction to do his job," said Godlewski.""