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The Boston Globe


Questions remain as a tax vote looms

Just over two weeks before it decides whether to ask voters for a tax increase, Newton’s Board of Aldermen still has plenty of questions about what should be on the ballot.

The board spent several hours last week wrestling with elements of Mayor Setti Warren’s proposed override of Proposition 2½ and will meet again at the end of November to debate the package. Aldermen are scheduled to vote Dec. 3 on whether to ask voters for $11.4 million in tax increases in March.

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