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Committee forms to oppose Bay Path project


'Too many people are hurting too much'



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July 31, 2012
A group of Auburn residents have formed a political action committee that aims to defeat a Proposition 2 1/2 override ballot question proposed to fund Bay Path Regional Technical Vocational High School's expansion project.

According to Steven Maher, who is chairman and treasurer of the committee, he and about a dozen Auburn residents have established the "Vote No to $73.8 million Committee," chiefly "because of the current economic climate. Too many people are hurting too much to pay more in taxes."

During spring elections the school asked voters its 10-member towns to support a $73.8 million expansion and renovation project by passing a debt exclusion.

For more on this story, please see tomorrow's Southbridge Evening News.

Dan Kenney
StonebridgePress
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