Warr makes assumptions
Steve Warr likes to accuse people of using scare tactics when people put out the facts about dissolution including your publication, which I believe was one of the more fair articles I have seen (“Dissolution Could Hurt Big Employers,” North Country This Week, Sept. 21-27). Everything he says is based on assumptions and loose facts of which could happen but in all likelihood will not so he can’t say for a fact that taxes will go down. You have to believe if dissolution occurs that salaries for Town workers will go up. It is only right if their workload goes up so do salaries. His last argument is we will all get to shape the new Town together. That is a false assumption. The Town Board has one Village representative who has come out against dissolution. Our town is going to be shaped by a board dominated by Norwood area residents who are not going to care how it turns out for us. We have lots of new faces running for the Village Board who all appear willing to slash expenses so if you want change vote for one of these faces.