Any of the proposed changes would have to be approved by voters and would appear on the ballot as separate items. f the Town Board wishes to put any of the measures forward in November, it must decide to do so by Sept. 9, which leaves a whole summer of debate. 20/20 members have said a complete and public discussion should take place.
"There's got to be a dialogue in regard to this issue," said 20/20 Co-Chair and former town supervisor Theresa Egan. "I think that's all we're saying, is there's options out there."
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