For the first time since 1999, residents will not be asked this spring to back a Proposition 2 1/2 operating override, according to Selectman Chris Peck.
The town has enjoyed higher-than-expected returns on its investments and fewer employees than expected have enrolled in health and pension plans, Peck said.
Town Meeting will be asked to approve a $1.6 million debt exclusion override for a public works garage. That tax hike would expire once the garage is paid off.
-- Kyle Alspach
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