You ask questions you should get answers, right? Not when you go to a town meeting.
At a recent meeting about the Penfield pavilion, someone asked how much the engineering study cost. "We don't have those figures at this time," was the reply. How much money would the town be getting from its insurance on the pavilion? "We don't have those figures yet" was the response. When someone asked why the town didn't ask residents if they wanted another pavilion before spending money on an engineering study, there was no answer.
State Rep. Brenda Kupchick (R-132nd), asked why the town doesn't do a survey to see if residents even want the pavilion. What a good idea. Why didn't the town think of that?