(Randolph) State Representative Jon Plumer says he’s not surprised what he heard from constituents of the 42nd State Assembly District during five listening sessions earlier this month.
He says cities, towns and villages want to see more revenue sharing from the state. The state lawmaker from Lodi says that is something they are working on. His listening sessions were in Pardeeville, Montello, Ripon, Markesan, and Randolph.
Plumer says in addition to revenue sharing they are working on more local control over solar projects, and more funding for education, mental health, and opioid treatment.