Attorney Daniel Corley represented Dudek at the meeting. He said his client is a good businessman who has already spent thousands of dollars to make sure his junkyard is clean and run well.
“I thought we were on the right path,” he said. “Mr. Dudek’s facility is better than any facility that has ever been there. He puts his money behind his word.”
Dudek said he’s always done the right thing when it comes to his business and does what the town wants and wants the issue put to bed.
“All these years all I’ve been trying to do is make it look nice,” he said.
The Adamses said they were still not happy with some of the licensing conditions.
The junkyard license issue continues at the next council meeting on Aug. 19.