Police called to restore order as Amherst golf cart path dispute gets nastier (NY)

That dispute over a golf cart path in East Amherst is going from heated to down right nasty.  Amherst police were called Monday night to restore order during a meeting of the homeowners’ association.  Between 20 and 30 residents attended the board meeting, and the discourse between board members and some audience members grew testy.   Mary Ellen Sanfilippo and others fired off sharp questions, interrupted at times, and spoke beyond the five minutes they are allowed under the board’s rules, according to witnesses. Sanfilippo, in particular, drew the ire of Gene Zambarda, the board vice president, who repeatedly said she was out of order. When she refused to stop interrupting, he called the police to remove her from the room.    Read the article…………….


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