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'This is our town'


Quality of life tops voters' concerns



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The slide in the playground at Joe Capillo Park has been rendered useless since someone apparently set it on fire. Christopher Tanguay. (click for larger version)
June 05, 2009
SOUTHBRIDGE — With the town election just a few weeks away and a considerably large field of Town Council candidates from which to choose, many Southbridge residents see the June 30 election as an opportunity to foster some real change.

A walk down Main Street reveals not concerns over Casella or the much-debated industrial access road, but over safety, clean parks and community involvement in town government.

"Some of the parks around here are horrible," said Kimberly Dufresne, a Southbridge resident for 22 years and mother of three children. "Southbridge needs better parks."

Dufresne said that on any given day, one can find used needles, empty alcohol containers and other trash during a trip to local recreation areas.

See Friday's Southbridge Evening News for complete coverage.

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