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Opinion

October 29, 2012

Vote Yes on Newbury override

To the editor:

This is not about politics. This is not about money. This is about keeping Newbury a safe and beautiful place to live.

We are a nonpartisan group of concerned citizens of Newbury. We want to do what is best for the safety, well-being and happiness of our town as a whole. That is why we are standing behind the proposed tax override.

The proposed tax override of $293,000 for the town of Newbury is necessary to restore critical town

services such as police coverage and fire wages. This override increase averages out to an increase of $82

on the average $400K home in Newbury. We are asking you to please stand with us when you vote on Nov. 6. Vote yes to pass the tax override. Thank you.

Please search online for “Newbury Override Yes” or visit our web site for more information: http://newburyoverrideyes.wordpress.com/

MYFANWY COLLINS

Byfield

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