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Wareham: 51 articles in two nights

Town Meeting wrapped up last Tuesday, and voters managed to get through 51 warrant articles in two nights. Several articles presented by the School Committee passed, many of which are contingent on approval of a Proposition 2½ override or debt exclusion. Voters passed the School Committee’s requests to buy or lease buses for the school transportation department, fund a feasibility study on the renovation and expansion of Minot Forest Elementary School at 63 Minot Ave., and appropriate additional money to avoid teacher layoffs. Emily Sweeney

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