continued “I’m not against having an ice rink; I’m against us not receiving rent,” Salisbury said. “We have had meetings with both [the YMCA and the GBIA] and each group has been offered the opportunity to purchase the ice rink.”
Salisbury said he anticipates having a full report on the condition of the ice rink by the fall after a professional is able to evaluate the condition of the floor, which contains the ice making capabilities of the rink.
Salisbury closed our meeting by remarking about Al Yaeger, the town’s relatively new in-house engineer.
“Al is such an asset to this town,” he said, noting numerous projects the engineer has worked on since coming on board last year.
Stay tuned to the Messenger to learn about the next coffee hour with Supervisor John Salisbury.