When the Seneca Falls Town Board voted to schedule a public hearing on proposed Local Law No. 3 of 2016, the reaction was mixed.
I wrote in this column during the spring that action would be required if the town wanted to truly separate itself from the daily grind that this issue has become. If residents wanted to see fewer mailers, hear less about drama at Town Board meetings, and move onto the other [equally pressing] issues — it would take action.
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