The turmoil in the state senate shows no signs of ending.
"I think some of these graduation classes from first and second grade are probably more productive than what they did," said Resident Frank Felicetta.
"Whatever the problem is I try to find a way to work it out," said one child, while another suggested shaking hands and giving hugs.
It is a far cry from hugs and shaking hands in Albany. The republicans are disputing votes taken by the democrats yesterday. The democrats began voting when a republican crossed through the chamber to take a shortcut. They maintain since Republican Frank Padavan was there briefly, they had a quorum. Today, republicans are saying that a democratic appointed official altered the minutes of the meeting when the republicans grabbed power back in June. Now, this whole situation could be headed back to court.
"In any private setting they would probably lose their job, but there is no one other than the general public out there that can put any pressure on them," said attorney Randy Margulis.
Residents just might.
"I think if we the voters vote any of them in next time around shame on us," added Felicetta