Cynthia Lavenson, a member of Wayland Save Our Services, an activist group that supports the tax override in Wayland, campaigns at Wayland Middle School today during town elections.
(Photo by John Guilfoil for the Boston Globe)
Heavy turnout marked the day as Wayland voters went to the polls to vote decide races for selectman, school committee and a $1.86 million Proposition 2 1/2 tax override.
Lydia Howe, 39, voted for the override at Wayland Middle School.
"I think we can squeeze our personal needs a bit for the next generation," the mother of two children, 4 and 14, said. "I believe in our children and for better services in Wayland."
Charles Adam, who voted against the override, disagreed.
"I pay too many taxes in this town already," he said.
Stay tuned to Globe West Updates for election results as they are announced.
-- John Guilfoil
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