Bravos to Easton Town Supervisor Dan Shaw for sounding the alarm to the Washington County Board of Supervisors that cuts need to be made in the budget after the board failed to do that. The final budget uses $2.1 million from savings to keep it under the tax cap. The county says it will be out of savings in less than seven years. “We need to deal with our problem as a whole,” Shaw said. He’s right. The Washington County supervisors have talked a good game about making cuts to the budget, but they have not delivered. Some of the supervisors were listening, with Hartford Supervisor Dana Haff, Putnam Supervisor John LaPoint, Salem Supervisor Seth Pitts and White Creek Supervisor Bob Shay joining Shaw in voting against the final budget.