Nashua panel backs study of state's largest playground
The Finance Committee voted 4-3 to recommend initiating an independent study by the Institute for Human Centered Design in Boston to review about 10 potential sites for the future Legacy Playground being organized by Leadership Greater Nashua.
When a difference of opinion exists — as it does with the playground site issue — it is common to seek out a mediator, said Alderman-at-Large Daniel Moriarty, maintaining a third-party study could provide more information to help officials make an accurate decision.
“I believe the study is a waste of taxpayer dollars,” said Brown, maintaining Leadership Greater Nashua has already done extensive research on various sites, and is offering the city a gift.
“I think they deserve a yes or no vote,” she said.
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