The revenue sharing proposal you are referring to was rejected by the Maine Legislature, so there were no cuts in revenue sharing.
If your town choose to raise your property taxes, it wasn't because they lost revenue sharing, because they didn't.
Property tax levels are a decision made on the local level by municipal governments, and Governor LePage has no control over what your elected municipal officials decide to do on that matter.
If you object to your property taxes increasing, that should be a matter you take up with your local officials.
Thank you for the wonderful review!