According to Supervisor Tyksinski at the town board meeting held Wednesday, January 13, 2016, and I quote:
“We are the top town in Oneida County and we work out of the oldest facilities of any town there is here”.
Yeah, we deserve the BEST, those other towns are nowhere near as wonderful as we are, right Pat?!!! ROTFLMAO!
So, to keep ahead of the
That’s the plan that Councilman Paul Miscione presented at the town board meeting on behalf of Supervisor Tyksinski. Though Councilman Reynolds has some reservations, he voted ‘aye’, right along with everyone else on the board, to go out to obtain some preliminary costs to build the new
One question asked was…what is the housing project that is pictured next to the proposed new town building on the preliminary sketch?
Why, of course, it is the housing that was presented to the town board by Attorney Mark Levitt a couple of years ago. According to Supervisor Tyksinski, everyone knows that project is going to eventually be there. Anyone think there might have been some backroom discussions about this whole scenario?
Some of us old-timers might remember back in 2002 when the town board tried to build a town complex at that site. There were too many problems to overcome so the plan was ditched. Some might also remember the last time that Attorney Mark Levitt presented a plan on behalf of a client to build housing behind the library. He withdrew, but said he would return. Well...wait for it...wait for it!
Without further ado, here is the video portion of the town board discussion:
The video of the entire town board meeting will be available on YouTube later tonight.
Oh, by the way, town board meetings are now once a month at 6:00 p.m. instead of 7:00 p.m. I guess that time better fits the busy schedules of our elected “leaders”. After all, they are the most important people in Oneida County!
Deja vous, anyone?