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Friday, February 9, 2007

Build now, library trustees say

BOYLSTON

The trustees of the Boylston Public Library trustees have opted to pursue building a 12,000 square-foot library, even if it means forgoing state aid, library director Nicholas Langhart said this week.

The trustees had considered putting off the project until 2010, when state would next be offering 40 percent reimbursement. They ended up deciding that if they waited, inflation would drive the cost too high, Langhart said.

The project could go before Town Meeting in October.

-- Matt Gunderson

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