911-field

Letter: Please support Warrant Article allowing town to resurface 911 field (user fees will cover costs)

April 8, 2014 09:55:57 AM

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Vote for what you care about or someone else will

April 3, 2014 04:30:10 PM

Recent conversations have made me realize that some residents don’t understand the power a single voter has at town meeting. Last year, each person who showed up represented 38 registered voters. That 2.6% decide whether to approve a budget or reduce it. So if there’s a budget you care about be there to support it.

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MWDN: Warrant Article to save 9-11 field, need may be greater than realized

April 3, 2014 11:56:35 AM
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In the fall, the Recreation Commission announced their decision to phase out use of the 9-11 Memorial Field by the end of this year. The announcement followed a failed effort to raise money to fund re-turfing the field.

This week, Advisory Committee member Jim Hegarty spoke to Advisory about his efforts to save the athletic field.

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Recreation Commission to end use of 9-11 field

November 15, 2013 07:30:00 AM
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At this week’s Recreation Commission, board members discussed the fate of Southborough’s 9/11 athletic field. The Metrowest Daily News reports that the board voted to recommend closing the field by the end of 2014.

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Cost to replace turf at 9-11 Memorial Field estimated at $400-$450K

March 5, 2013 11:36:10 AM
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After ten years of soccer games, lacrosse games, and more, the turf at 9-11 Memorial Field is starting to show its age, and the Southborough Recreation Commission announced yesterday they’ve kicked off a project to replace it. Turns out turf isn’t cheap: the cost to complete the project is expected to range between $400K and $450K.

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