Martin recently stepped down from the Clinton County STOP-DWI Advisory Board after 25 years.
“I resigned because I needed more time to work on the village,” he said.
“People are just kind of like a family here,” Maynard said.
Whatever the outcome, many are likely more informed about how the government operates than they were previously.
“It’s the majority vote that will count either way,” Triller said. “If anything comes out of this vote, it has inspired people on both sides to get involved and start thinking more about their community.”
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UPCOMING MEETING AND VOTING DATES
The next Village Board regular monthly meeting is scheduled for 6:30 p.m. today at the Champlain Village Office. The next Village of Champlain dissolution meeting is scheduled for 6:30 p.m. Thursday at the Knights of Columbus Hall on Oak Street. Both are open to the public.
Villagers will weigh in on dissolution at the village election, set for noon to 9 p.m. on Tuesday, March 19, at the Village Office.