MAYVILLE - Some county residents are going to be unhappy with the legislature's reapportionment work regardless of the outcome.
Legislature Chairman Fred Croscut, R-Sherman, is cognizant of the fact that it's impossible to please all of the people all of the time.
"There are going to be some unhappy people - period," Croscut told The Post-Journal on Wednesday. "There are going to be people that want a lower number. There are going to be people that want a higher number. There are going to be people that want to be in a different district. There are going to be people that aren't going to want to run against a person."
The reapportionment commission will meet Saturday in Mayville to unveil its respective proposals. Democrat and Republican members of the commission have been meeting independently of each other in recent days, with each party working on its own redistricting proposal.
In terms of his party's proposal, Croscut said the Republican caucus is looking at a 24 percent reduction to the County Legislature.
"We can talk percentages," Croscut said. "The number 15 has been thrown out there and that's probably more than 24 percent. I know the number 19 has also been thrown out there."
Croscut said his hope is to agree on a plan that's somewhat acceptable to both sides at the Saturday meeting.
The 1:30 p.m. meeting Saturday will be held in the legislative chambers on the third floor of the Gerace Office Building in Mayville.