Wednesday, December 28, 2016

Selectboard rejects petition to reverse 2002 rec center vote

The Springfield Selectboard has unanimously rejected a citizen petition to add an article to the 2017 town meeting that would reverse a 2002 vote related to funding the Edgar May Health and Recreation Center and return those funds to the town.

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  1. the select board doesn't care about this town,they just want to spend money,raise taxes and make rules they don't enforce,that money should of gone back to the town when the hospital took over the center,the hospital got the center dirt cheap,don't pay taxes on any of their property and they end up with a couple million dollars to boot,sounds like they are the only ones who made out good

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