Haas said the project’s fate was up to the council.
“We are going to have a new council,” Haas said. “It will be up to them to decide what to do with it, if they want to continue it, terminate it, go forward or backward. It’s up to them.”
Denise Stillman, who heads a group backing the development, said it’s too early to comment on what the election would mean to the project.
“I respect the voters’ decisions, and we will do all that we can to work with the new public officials,” Stillman said Tuesday night. “I’m certainly thankful for all that the previous administration has done for the project, and I look forward to working with the newly elected.”