Somersworth residents concerned about a proposed tax cap attended the “No On One” Committee’s first meeting on Saturday. For the second time in four years, a resident petition garnered enough votes to add a referendum to the November ballot to institute a tax cap because of the rising costs to property owners to fund the city and school budgets. In attendance were members of the city council, school board, teachers, and other community members who organized a plan of walking each neighborhood leading up to the Election Day to inform voters of the what a tax cap would mean to the city. City Councilor David Whitham said services such as police, fire, and school funding would face drastic cuts to their budget while saving taxpayers an average of only 100 dollars a year. Committee members plan to canvass the community in the next two weeks leading up to Election Day and talk about the implications of passing a tax cap.