Boylston: Voters to decide on rezoning land


Voters at annual Town Meeting in May will have to decide whether to add 12 properties to the town’s agricultural, recreation, and conservation district for protection, said Tim Wheeler, a member of the Planning Board. The properties total some 200 acres, and have been targeted by townspeople for protection in the last half decade, said Wheeler.

Matt Gunderson
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