Duxbury Clipper

Special Town Meeting approves spending

Extra money for brush breaker, pool acid washing; Schools get funds for roof study

At the Oct. 17 Special Town Meeting, voters accepted a new street as a public way, agreed to spend an additional $400,000 to pay for capital budget items that had gone up in price due to inflation, created a new board of health inspector position and funded two union contracts, among other actions.

A total of 387 residents registered to vote at the Performing Arts Center on Alden Street, according to Town Clerk Susan Kelley. The meeting was delayed by over a half hour because of the number of...

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