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Selectmen ponder police, DPW article

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Selectmen declined at their meeting last week to take a position on a spring Town Meeting warrant article seeking funding for a new combined police station and Department of Public Works building. The $15 million project would require a 20-year construction loan. At the peak of the debt, the project would add an average of around $180 onto annual residential property tax bills, said Executive Assistant Thomas Moses. The proposal requires a two-thirds approval at the May 5 Town Meeting, as well as a simple majority in the May 12 town election.

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