Audit finds town reducing debt


Voters have proven reticent in the last few years about spending on anything that would get the town further into debt. This has resulted in a $229,668 decline in the town’s overall debt in the last fiscal year, which ended on June 30, according to an audit of the town’s finances. In the last fiscal year, the town’s debt totaled $1.402 million. In the year prior, it was $1.632 million.

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