Moran went on to explain that a major problem in the state is the many layers of legislation. In Cazenovia, Nelson and Fenner there are about 10,125 residents. Yet there are three supervisors, one mayor, 12 town councilors, four highway departments, five justices and three assessors.
Dick Williams concurred that with the last comprehensive plan being drawn in the early 90s, a new one was way overdue. He also wanted to announce a Beezie Day to dispel the myth that Beezie Madden lives in Cazenovia. He liked the idea of consolidation of services but also separate identities. He promised to stay on top of county and school taxes which was not yet a runaway train but had increased 30 percent in the last five years.
"We're done planning," Williams finished up. "It's time to get'r done."