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Unlike Dedham, other communities have built senior centers

Posted by Your Town  July 18, 2008 08:14 AM

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The recent rejection of a Dedham senior center brings to mind our coverage last year of the new centers popping up in the western suburbs.

Last year, Megan Woolhouse reported that: "Communities across Boston's western suburbs are building new senior centers or expanding existing ones, spending millions in taxpayer dollars to create havens for a fast-growing 60-plus population. Framingham, Franklin, and Medfield are among the communities building or expanding centers. Natick, Needham, and Northborough are preparing to hire architects to draw up designs.''

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2 comments so far...
  1. Maybe why your dad doesn't like your comments.

    Posted by Chris July 18, 08 09:16 AM
  1. So a new school is a drain on the town, but a senior center isn't?

    Posted by Liz July 23, 08 01:21 PM
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