So who should decide?
The town of Lunenburg was presented this year with an opportunity to purchase more than 147 acres of conservation land.
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#1 Feb 20, 2013
The town nor the tax payers of Lunenburg can afford this land. A lot of retired people are trying to just keep the homes they live in on the fixed income they have.
I for one work a part time job to keep my home 68 years old and will probable never be able to fully retire.
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