Voting will be at middle school


Voting for the March 22 town election is back at the Duxbury Middle School. The Board of Selectmen reversed an earlier vote to have the poll location changed to the new Lieutenant Timothy J. Steele Building, located behind the high school. After having taken that vote, selectmen learned that the Annual Duxbury Antiques Show was scheduled for the same day at the high school, which would make parking difficult and could deter people from voting, said selectmen chairman David Madigan in an interview. Madigan said it will be the last vote held at the Duxbury Middle School. The building is set to be torn down once the co-located Duxbury High School/Middle School is opened in the fall. All six precincts vote in the same polling location.

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