Most people were there to debate the town's proposed resolution of becoming a Second Amendment Sanctuary. Much of the discussion regarded the merits of the largely ceremonial resolution, but some people also questioned whether it's up to the board to decide in the first place.
Town Supervisor Brian Cooper, who put forth the resolution in a previous meeting, said the resolution would enable him to fulfill his constitutional duty.
"We all took an oath of office," said Cooper. "And that was to protect the constitution of the state and the country when we were sworn in. All five of us sitting here. So it's not above us."
Town Supervisor Ted Ritter said if the Second Amendment Sanctuary resolution came to a vote, he would've voted against it. He told the room this reflects what his constituents told him before Monday night.
"There was one individual that supported this resolution and everyone else was vehemently opposed to it," said Ritter.