At a Special Town Meeting on Nov. 7, Middleton voters once again rejected the $3.89 million Natsue Way recreational project. The complex was first rejected by Town Meeting last spring, but passed at the polls during a general election in May. A citizen’s petition brought it back to Town Meeting for another try.
Middleton voters did approve an agreement to enter into a payment in lieu of taxes agreement with HG Solar Systems for a solar energy project located behind 230 South Main St. that could pay the town $1.2 million over 25 years. They also approved $25,000 for repairs to Memorial Hall, and rejected an option to add two additional licenses for liquor stores.Linda Greenstein can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.