Kate Murray the town of Hempstead's supervisor said that her and the town's job is done when it concerns the Islanders. What does this mean? It means that although the one thing everyone can agree on that the zoning of the coliseum site is too small to support an arena will not be changed. If that wasn't bad enough she took a low blow at the state of the Islanders. Take a good look at the picture above, because if the Islanders leave Nassau or New York she is the number one person responsible.
As for the future of the Islanders, Hempstead Town Supervisor Kate Murray, forever a thorn in the franchise's side, had some things to say today. Murray said, "Our work has been completed. We adopted our zone for the Coliseum area. Because this was such a jewel in the crown property, we created a zone that is sustainable from an economic standpoint." Murray also took a shot: "These are low days for the NHL. With the Rangers, it's exciting." You'll want to follow Newsday reporterhttp://www.sulia.com/channel/new-york-islanders/f/1ec1f83f-ff82-47d7-a106-19ee178124e6/