Brooks, who voted for the project with Supervisors Ruby Brabo and John LoBuglio, continued to defend the HELP Center, as Sisson questioned the financial package.
wasn't being negative, just doing "due diligence" as a steward of the land.
referenced a chart of funding sources Wardlaw provided and wanted to know which ones were "signed up and ready to go."
told him one financial piece often is contingent on another, and that the package is on schedule.
Wardlaw also said it's premature to line up money "six months before you're going to use it.
We don't do it in housing.
It's just not done," she
still had concerns, adding that "$8.4 million won't appear just because we like somebody."
Sisson, the supervisor who sits next to him, has been president of the YMCA board since it opened in 2008.