He said there's a lot more to accomplish, like the pending streetscape enhancements on the Western side of Canada St. and an effort to cut down on needless light pollution from omni-directional streetlights -and he'd like to see such projects through.
But Kirkpatrick, who for years has worked o establish a Business Improvement District, said she'd like to see some changes. more accommodating attitudes toward commercial property owners is vital, she said.
"I'd like to encourage people to be more involved in the process of developing Lake George codes and regulations, she said, adding that she'd like to be a part of assuring that such laws are enforced with equality.
"I don't see a consistency in planning and zoning," she said. "Some things are okay in one place but not in another. - they should be fair across the board."
Perry said the zoning and planning regulations were fair, well enforced, and they "raised the bar" for developments, and thus boosted the quality of life for all.
Kirkpatrick also said that government spending needs more scrutiny, citing that Lake George Village is now nearly $9 million in debt. But Earl characterized such debt as quite reasonable, citing the village's stability and superior bond rating.
Kirkpatrick added she'd like to promote a new unity.
"I owe owe it to many parents to do everything I can to revitalize the village and get it back to the way I remember," she said.