Freedom Says ‘No’ to Proposals for New Municipal Buildings

Freedom — March 9, 2010 — In one of the largest Town Meeting turnouts in recent years, Freedom voters today turned down two warrant articles that would have authorized spending more than $3 million to address its municipal space needs.

A town source said 252 residents were given pink cards authorizing them to participate in the two paper ballot votes that capped a year of meetings, studies and cost estimates – including a debate over whether to refurbish the current Town Office building or abandon it.

Additional information on this vote and other election and Town Meeting news will be published as it becomes available.

Freedom Says ‘No’ to Proposals for New Municipal Buildings

One thought on “Freedom Says ‘No’ to Proposals for New Municipal Buildings

  • March 9, 2010 at 5:33 pm
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    It is refreshing to see common sense prevail SOMEwhere!

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