continued McKinney on Monday, April 30, commended fellow board members for choosing to withdraw the proposal.
“I think it is a good decision,” McKinney said. “This was a project that needed more investigation before we rushed into it and I think the people, once they had knowledge, made their voices be heard.”
He also said he hopes residents continue being engaged with town government.
“Through all this the democratic process worked and this proves that your one vote can make a difference,” he said. “I am hoping that the residents of Niskayuna realize if you get involved you can control what goes on in your town.”
He said the decision means residents are expressing confusion over where this leaves the indoor recreation facility project.
“This doesn’t seem like they are stopping,” he said. “I want and the people of the town want a definite answer.”