Town gets 'big' check for playscape
The town has received a $10,000 grant that will help pay for the second phase of the playscape expansion project at the Plymouth Center School, said state Rep William A. Hamzy The state legislator recently ...
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#1 Aug 9, 2008
That's great; with the wages school administrators and teachers get, there's not much left for the kids in the town budget. Now let's hope that the the town doesn't lose the grant, as Mayor Festa did with the $350,000 Water Wheel Park grant. Where will the town get money to clean up that eyesore? The former mayor had those decrepit buildings scheduled to come down; they are still there and the funds are gone. What happened to "We Will Do Better"? Too bad, Plymouth voters. Wake up next time around. We could use a new mayor, council, board of finance, and a board of ed that knows who the boss is. And as for Tuesday's trash pickup referendum, do you really want your taxes to go up more (than they will anyway next year) in this economy? I'm staying closer to home, eating in restaurants less often, and I would like to bring my own trash to the transfer station. Vote yes, and you will have to rent a dumpster to clean your garage, besides upping your tax bill.
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