Norton resident questioning sewer project
To the editor:
Residents of Norton wake up and realize that we do not have a voice in our city government and it’s going to get worse.
Ask yourself why the big push for residential sewers? Could it be that some city officials have a master plan of their own? Get sewers in and paid for by the residents and then developers can come in to develop vacant land at a minimum cost for their project. Who in our city has connections to developers or owns vacant land? Why no big push to continue development of our economic corridor, Cleveland-Massillon Road and state Route 585? Sewers are already in place and our officials are always crying we need more business.
With the recent amendments going on the November ballot, it seems our only recourse is at the polls. With Don Nicolard (Ward 2) stifling us at Council meetings by changing public comments before Council work sessions, our concerns over the meeting agenda shall not be heard. We must remind certain city officials that they are there to serve the people of Norton and their deceptive governing practices will not be tolerated.
I urge all to attend these Council meetings and work sessions and see your city officials at work — you’re in for a real eye-opener. Judge for yourselves and see if this is the proper way that our elected officials and city administrators conduct business and spend your tax dollars.
Patricia Reese, Norton
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