Community members dropped in to the Adams village office on Tuesday to take part in a public work session as part of the proposed New York Forward 2023 grant application for revitalization. Kathy Taber-Montgomery/Watertown Daily Times

ADAMS — On Tuesday, village officials held a public work session to gather ideas to revitalize the community through New York Forward funding.

“As a village resident, taxes are always an issue. The more tax base you have, the better. We have always been able to keep taxes low in the village, and more tax base will keep them low,” said Village Trustee Todd Race.

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