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LITTLETON | BRIEFS

Warrants open until Friday

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At its last meeting, the Board of Selectmen opened the warrants for the annual and Special Town Meeting sessions to be held on May 7. The warrants will close at noon Friday. Articles inserted by the selectmen include items related to the Water Enterprise Fund, the revolving funds, an easement at Great Road and Russell Street, and amendments to the Agricultural Commission and Permanent Municipal Building Committee bylaws. Additional articles may be added as citizen petitions. For more information, go to www.littletonma.org or call the town clerk’s office at 978-540-2401. - Nancy Shohet West

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