continued Blais warned that such a move could cause problems with state grants, as the county had served as lead agency in the development project.
“It would be extremely difficult to move the project forward if the county got out,” he said.
Blais added that with a 50-50 town/village ownership, the cost to the town to buy out the county’s share was calculated at $1.2 million, and the cost to the village — which now owns 38 percent —would be about $250,000.
He said county supervisors were convening June 5 to discuss park ownership.
“Stay tuned,” he said. “The meeting will be interesting.”