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Keeseville dissolution gets heated

The home page of the Keeseville dissolution study committee’s website, keeseville.ning.com.

The home page of the Keeseville dissolution study committee’s website, keeseville.ning.com.

— “You are wrong when you say that the people do not trust the politicians,” Morrow said. “We created a district on Augur Lake because they would rather have the politicians in control more than the private companies. As far as I am concerned, everyone will have the same price for the water or sewer.”

Senecal said that anything done with the water and sewer districts would be done through a mutual agreement between the towns.

“Won't there be an agreement between the two towns anyways?” she said. “We had a contract for the library and used to have a contract for the police and a schedule that states the price for everything in there.”

Weidmann said that he believes the towns would have to charge equal rates to “both sides of the river.”

“From my research, it would be very hard to charge the residents of one town and another town different rates,” he said. “Hopefully, we can get an official answer from the state and that will ease some of those concerns.”

Holderman said that he wanted the matter decided as part of a dissolution plan.

“The village board can say that they want that spelled out before they accept any plan,” he said. “I think that all of the opinions need to be out on the table.”

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