Kulik responded by saying it was unfair of Tierney to make a statement such as that and emphasized the town board has said the recreation department will remain in tact.
"My interpretation of the resolution is that PARCS will own the center at some point," said town Attorney Patrick Sardino. "The resolution says the town will not object to where it goes."
According to SRCT Chair Doug Adams, if the village passes the community center on to PARCS, that's what happens.
"Most communities would kill to have something like this," he said.
The goal is to get the center back into the community's hands, according to Kulik.
In agreement with Kulik, Councilwoman Nancy Murray said the board needs to move forward and get things going.
The board voted to approve the resolution 4-1. Tierney voted against the resolution saying it "undercuts the process we have established" and requested Kulik amend the resolution to say the center would pass from SRCT to the village to PARCS.
Kulik refused to amend the document.
The board also reviewed the extension agreement a second time and received a second on the motion. However, the resolution failed in a 2-3 vote.