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A few residents have discussed gathering signatures in order to force a public vote on the bond that could be up to $2.75 million for building upgrades.

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"When did you guys discuss this?" a citizen asked the council members who plan to borrow for a multi-million-dollar project; we urge residents to petition for a permissive referendum.

Marie Dermody, a former supervisor in Rensselaerville who helps edit the publication, defended the disputed information in its April issue by saying it is true.

The clarifications to ethics board procedures discussed with the town's attorney had the overarching goals of keeping the length and cost of investigations down and included the question of whether or not and how defendants should be reimbursed for attorney's fees.

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