At the board meeting, Maroney's son was looking for answers, too.
"Why did it take a month?" he asked. "This could have been taken care of when he [Acosta] was alive."
Neighbors signed a petition regarding the Montrose Ave. home, which was presented to the board by T Roach, .
Their complaints, though similar in nature, will be handled differently than the Charles Ave. complaints due to differences in the specific situation. Specifically, the owner of the Montrose Ave. cats in question is still living on the property, and no proof has been submitted to the village that the cats damaging flower beds and depositing waste on neighbor's lawns belongs to the accused resident.