How to renovate Hamilton City Corridor? Selectmen search for strategies

Catrina P. Smith
A view of the main level staircase inside the Hamilton Town Hall. [Wicked Local Staff Photo / David Sokol]

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The proposed renovation of Hamilton’s Town Hall will keep on to be an issue this 12 months, in spite of voters rejecting a credit card debt exclusion in a specific election Dec. 3.

“I was disappointed it did not go, but I have an understanding of why,” Board of Selectmen Chairman Shawn Farrell reported at a Jan. 4 conference. “It’s a tax, but it’s a thing we’ll have to address quicker or afterwards.”

The selectmen and customers of the Renovation Creating Committee want to boost and strengthen communication with voters.

“We need to have far better outreach as considerably as information,” Farrell explained. “It’s a subject of acquiring the word out and achieving men and women.”

“I imagine we can do a much better job informing persons about this undertaking,” Selectman Rosemary Kennedy agreed. “There requirements to be broader communication.”

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