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To shrink or not to shrink?

   West Seneca Town Board members say they would strongly oppose a resolution by Town Supervisor Walter Piotrowski to let voters decide whether the Town Board should shrink by two seats.

   Piotrowski says a three-member board is what was originally intended for all New York State government and that a smaller board would work more efficiently. Board members say reducing the board's size would be dangerous for the town, putting too much power into too few hands.

   What's your take? If the possibility of a board seat reduction comes up for a vote, how would you cast your ballot?

-- Samantha Maziarz Christmann


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