For those in favor of a brand new library built next to the town hall, the process of making that happen has been painfully slow.
"We missed the deadline to apply for the first round of grants that we were going to apply for. It stopped the planning process. It could stop the groundbreaking, which could impact construction costs," said Stephanie Squicciarini, Irondequoit Library board of trustees president.
Squicciarini is the one of dozens who showed up supporting the town's decision.
Tuesday night, board members unanimously approved a permissive referendum that allows the town to go to the bond market and borrow the $13 million needed for the project.
"When you have resolutions like this, the town board did not need to present it to the voters, but we felt that it was an important issue that voters need to have a say, and they definitely said in April and we believe that vote stands," said Town Supervisor Mary Joyce D'Aurizio, R-Irondequoit.
Richard Barone filed the lawsuit against the town. He says it made several violations including failure to conduct a legal environmental study.
Town leaders disagree and say they have followed proper procedures. Barone says he will now petition for signatures to put the proposal out for another public vote.
"People have called me and they want to vote on a legal proposition. The April 23rd vote wasn't legal. It was not authorized by the law. The attorney tonight admitted that," said Barone.
If Barone is successful in collecting those signatures. It will stall the plan again and may very well put this out for another public vote.
Deadline for Medley Centre Owner
Town officials say they want Medley Centre owner Scott Congel to tear down vacant buildings on his property by the end of the month.
Irondequoit leaders had originally wanted the buildings down by Sunday, but they're now saying they want the lots cleared by Sept. 30.
Congel is currently up to date on his PILOT payments, but D'Aurizio says no more negotiations will be held with Congel until he tears down these vacant buildings.