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Norwell

Seeking additional pathways

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A measure at May 6 Town Meeting will ask voters to support the creation of additional paths for bicyclists and walkers similar to the stretch of walkway that leads from Norwell Middle School onto Cushing Hill Road. An article submitted to the Community Preservation Committee by the Norwell Path Committee seeks $300,000 in funding for construction work on South Street and in front of Norwell High School. It would also provide funds for engineering and review for a path extension leading to the center of town.

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