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Salem makes quick work approving budget article
A $40,362,397 town budget will appear on the ballot at the March 11 town election.
If the budget is defeated at the ballot, the default budget is set at the same as current town budget, which is $38,587,585.
Budget Committee Chairman Dane Hoover said he felt that town staff and selectmen worked well together to craft a budget that included increased health care and retirement costs.
The proposed $1,418,024 bonding for bridge reconstruction includes the replacement of bridges and one culvert at Shannon Road, Teague Drive over the Spicket River, and at Cove Road Extension over Arlington Pond.
- Adam SwiftSunday News correspondent
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