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Abington

Town Meeting is Monday

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Town Meeting members will be asked Monday to approve $713,500 in spending, including $225,000 for an ambulance, $83,294 for two police cruisers, and $90,000 to demolish a house and barn on the former Griffin’s Dairy property. Other requests include $150,000 for school technology upgrades and $65,000 to replace a Sewer Department utility truck. Also on the warrant is a request from the Planning Board for a moratorium through next June 30 on the use of land or buildings for a medical-marijuana treatment center. Officials say they need more time to consider changes in bylaws and regulations. The meeting will be at the high school, starting at 7 p.m.

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