"Don't put up road blocks," Dove said, "be creative to make sure we get the business we want; I'm a little concerned."
She said the chamber has a committee working on economic development and that they have also spoken to Onondaga County's industrial development agency. "We've sat long enough waiting for businesses to come," she said.
Dove also asked board members to offer their input and ideas on potential progress to the chamber, and gave an open invitation for a Thursday Nov. 18 economic development meeting with the time and place still TBA.
"The chamber welcomes input from the board," Dove said.
Trustee Tim Lynne the village board's advisor to the Chamber was not present at the Nov. 9 meeting.