continued Buffardi previously said he had no plans to bring forward the resolution for a revote because it failed to pass. Godlewski claimed it didn’t “fail” because it was a tie vote.
“We had a quorum and it did not pass, so by not passing I am calling it a failure,” Buffardi said responding to Godlewski.
Godlewski said residents were concerned the project would come before the board again since a majority of the board didn’t vote against it.
“I did get a call from one of the residents and they are convinced that this is coming back,” Godlewski said.
Without any additional comments from board members explaining their votes, the resolution failed by 3-2.