continued “The support I’ve been shown by the residents of Clifton Park over the past 12 years is incredibly humbling,” said Barrett.
Resident Anthony LeFleche of Wheeler Drive told the board he was in favor of the plan and sympathized with Barrett’s decision to step down from his full-time banking job. He asked that the board create a proposition to make the supervisor position permanently full time.
“It’s asking a lot to give up a position in the private sector knowing in two years you may not be re-elected. I never agreed with the administrator position when it was created 20 years ago,” he said. “I always thought that the supervisor should supervise.”
The board said it would consider the LeFleche’s idea.