"I will address it with principals for that security firm," Reid said.
Peter Krashes of the Dean Street Block Association followed up on the developer's new plan to have construction workers at the various sites wear color-coded stickers and identification badges to associate themselves with different sites.
At the AY CDC in March, Cotton was asked if workers were required to wear their helmets off site, such as at the corner store or at lunch.
Krashes followed up by asking what percentage of construction workers are visibly wearing an ID.
"Most guys and gals keep their hard hats on when they walk around the area," Contton said, "but it's not a requirement."
She agreed the process may need refinement. "Frankly, Peter, I admit, we've seen people without IDs, "We're going to continue to evolve and refine it.... I think your questions make perfect sense."