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Voters voice support for Community Preservation Act

Waters, Fitzgerald earns spots on school board

Residents deliver their votes at the Annual Town Election at Oliver Wight Tavern. Kevin Flanders. (click for larger version)
April 11, 2012
STURBRIDGE — The CPA will stay.

Voters at the April 9 Annual Town Election defeated a question asking if they support a petition to revoke the 11-year-old Community Preservation Act.

The ballot question was the main focus of many voters at the election, but it was defeated 827-597. The Board of Selectmen voted at a past meeting to unanimously support the CPA, describing the potential revocation as something that would not be in the town's best interests.

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

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