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Town may increase affordable housing

Plymouth’s Community Preservation Committee is proposing to use town funds to buy property owned by a former selectman and use it for affordable housing.

The real estate sits on the corner of Court and South Spooner streets in North Plymouth, and includes a five-bedroom house at 366 Court St. and Quintal Brothers Fruit Market on South Spooner Street.

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