At least Regan Development Corp. is listening.
Last week, the Dunkirk Meadows Workforce Housing Development downstate developer brought a new plan to the Town Board. Besides continuing the "low-income housing" piece of the $13 million proposal, it also included a plan for commercial development.
While that plan looks good on paper, the key to the commercial development piece is an interested investor must want to be part of the project before it is built.
That, we all know, is easier said than done.