They'll be flying blind when they vote Tuesday. Lyons voters head to the polls to decide on whether or not the Village should be dissolved. Unlike the dissolution vote Seneca Falls took in 2010 where there were studies and plenty of meetings before hand, a change in state law doesn't allow a study until dissolution is first approved.
Lyons Mayor Corrine Kleisle says there is no legitimate way to know if there will be any costs or tax savings.
Andrew DeWolf of One Lyons the group spearheading the vote for dissolution tells Finger Lakes News Radio while there hasn't been a formal dissolution study, the basis of their campaign is a 2011 CGR Shared Services and Consolidation study that showed cost savings.
DeWolf urges residents to review material that can be found on the website www.OneLyons.com. DeWolf and Kleisle remind people that the dissolution question is on the back of the paper ballot