WESTFORD — After years of planning, a proposed town center building is returning for consideration at Town Meeting after being rejected by voters in October on procedural grounds.
The expansion would replace the existing town center fire station at 51 Main St., which was decommissioned after it was replaced with a new station on Boston Road.
The proposal was unanimously recommended by the Select Board and recommended in a 5-3 vote by the Finance Committee. The project is slated to cost $12,400,000, up from a $12,100,000 estimation in October.
WestfordCAT has created a number of short videos with members of town administration to inform voters ahead of Annual Town Meeting on March 25.
“The New Center Building”
Project Finance Report
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