Tierney said PARCS should also have no status in telling how the community center is run.
"We're not going to be involved in the day to day operation of the facility," Wallace said. "But we do have a fiduciary obligation to make sure the facility is being maintained properly."
Wallace's plan is to have PARCS board members and town board members meet quarterly to review any issues that may have come up in the interim, allowing the groups to resolve any potential problems.
Tierney said he's "all for the lease agreement" but wants to have a tri-party agreement where the town and the village would be in agreement with PARCS.
Kulik made the motion to approve the agreement pending three amendments and councilman Jim Greenfield seconded. Kulik, Greenfield and councilman Dave Laxton voted yes, while Tierney and councilwoman Nancy Murray voted against the agreement.