Only village residents are allowed to vote on the matter according to State law, and the Village would cease to exist one and half years following an affirmative vote. Two previous studies conducted in 1972 and 1988 resulted in no vote.
Village Mayor Robert Blais said this week that the July 27 hearing will be held to gauge the interest of the village residents in holding such a vote and it is likely to answer some additional questions and concerns.
"We have a very well-known and successful corporation," the mayor said referring to the village municipality. "Our stockholders are our taxpayers and residents that have become used to certain services and a quality of life - We need to find out how they feel about the future and how they wish their Board of Trustees to proceed from here."