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Residents voice concerns to dissolution committee

Sean Reines looks over a display of questions and concerns residents raised during the public kick-off meeting of the Keeseville Dissolution Committee Feb. 22.

Sean Reines looks over a display of questions and concerns residents raised during the public kick-off meeting of the Keeseville Dissolution Committee Feb. 22. Photo by Keith Lobdell.

— Reines added that he was concerned that there was too much bias on the committee in favor of dissolution.

“There is bias that does exist to keeping the village, as well,” Reines said. “You are talking about dissolving 200 years of Keeseville history, so this committee should be very neutral and have no biased.”

The next public meeting is planned for May, when the committee will release the draft dissolution study. A date and time have yet to be announced.

Sean Reines looks over a display of questions and concerns residents raised during the public kick-off meeting of the Keeseville Dissolution Committee Feb. 22.

Photo by Keith Lobdell

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