A unanimous vote was made at the annual town meeting to fund a new town hall and
public safety buildings with the $2 million that was received from Plainridge
Park Casino. The meeting was held on Monday.
The money will be used for preliminary work for the buildings. This includes the
design and any studies that need to be conducted. The total cost to complete the
project will be $25 million.
The current buildings have become too small for today's needs.
$2.7 million has been designated to only be used for equipment and building
expenses. The money is paid from the town's Gaming Revenue Stabilization. It is
expected that for the next four years the same amount will be deposited.
Possible new location for the buildings will be off South Street at the previous
Wood School location. The land is owned by the town of Plainridge.
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