North Middlesex Regional
Voters in Ashby, Townsend and Pepperell go to the polls Monday to decide whether they support a Proposition 2 1/2 debt exclusion that will raise property taxes for 30 years so a new high school can be built.
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#1 Apr 28, 2014
Amazing how Fenway park wriggly field can be repaired to last way over 100 years and a highschool cannot last 50 years
I imagine a lot of homes in town are that old and doing fine you know it may depend on who is paying the bill
When it's not your money it's easier to spend
#2 Apr 29, 2014
Let's see new senior/ library new police station new highway dept building now new high school my god we must be a wealthy town
Good by Townsend as soon as I can
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