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October 16, 2013

Garden club members object to fish pier plan


But given the high priority the state has rated this project, Greason was hesitant to hold off too long. “We are competing with other towns to get this money,” he reminded selectmen. He felt it was important to give voters a chance to weigh in before the opportunity is lost.

Greason had made plans to attend a garden club meeting and agreed to revisit the issue of parking lot orientation with Sheppard.

The topic will likely be discussed again at the OSC’s next meeting Wednesday. The committee meets on the third Wednesday of the each month at 7:30 p.m. in the Second Floor Hearing Room of the 1910 Town Office Building, 381 Main St.

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