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Upton residents will get their 2 cents in million-dollar mystery

Posted by Ralph Ranalli October 1, 2007 09:48 AM

Jerry Owczarzak, a member of the Upton Historical Commission, explores the "Upton Chamber," a mysterious man-made cave.
(Globe staff photo by Bill Polo)


Residents can go online and have their say about design plans for a planned park on land that is home to a mysterious manmade cave-like structure.

The town is in the process of converting the approximately seven acres of land off Elm Street into a public park, and officials have posted a questionnaire on the town’s web site to get residents’ input.

The questionnaire, which asks residents for their views on landscaping and potential uses for the park, is posted on the city's web site.

-- Calvin Hennick

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