Letters: Williamstown Official Urges Yes Vote on Spruces

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To the Editor:

All Williamstown voters are encouraged to attend the special town meeting on Monday, Dec. 10, at 7 p.m. at Williamstown Elementary School. Voting "yes" on all three articles is important to both the town of Williamstown and the residents of the Spruces Mobile Home Park.

A yes vote means that the town will begin the demolition and cleanup work required by the FEMA grant prior to assuming ownership of the Spruces in early 2016. A yes vote means that residents of the Spruces will have access to a "Relocation Advisory Agent" to assist them with relocation funding and replacement housing.

To learn more about the three warrant articles, please watch Citizens in League Presents: Preview of Special Town Meeting Warrant on Willinet. This program can be viewed on Channel 17 (or 116.2) or viewed anytime at www.willinet.org.

Please attend the special town meeting on Tuesday, Dec. 10, and please vote yes on all three articles.
 

Jane B. Allen
Chairman of Williamstown
Board of Selectmen


Tags: FEMA,   special town meeting,   Spruces,   

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