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Bolton voters green light new public safety center

Posted by Ralph Ranalli November 7, 2007 12:34 PM

BOLTON

Voters at special Town Meeting this week handily approved a new $5.7 million public safety center for town-owned property on Wattaquadock Hill Road.

According to the town's website, the measure now has to go before voters again at a special town election on Nov. 13. Voters also approved a $240,000 training room for the facility, which will need separate approval at at the upcoming town election. Officials had spliced out the articles to give voters an option on the training room.

A total of 184 voters signed in at the Town Meeting on Monday.

-- Matt Gunderson

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