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Millis eyes discount calling plan

Posted by Ralph Ranalli November 10, 2007 07:40 AM


Town Meeting voters this week authorized selectmen to allow T-Mobile to use a parcel of land for a cellular tower as part of a lease that would bring in $288,000 to the town over 10 years, said Town Administrator Charles Aspinwall.

The company would also be required to pay to the town half of any revenues generated from renting space on the tower to other cellular companies.

Voters also approved spending $29,000 on a police cruiser and other equipment and $6,500 to study damage to cemetery monuments.

-- Calvin Hennick

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