On June 19th, the Natick Board of Selectmen passed a resolution in support of raising new revenue to invest in our communities. The resolution was sponsored by Chairman Paul Joseph and Selectman Joshua Ostruff. Since 2008, Natick has lost over $1.8 million in general local aid, aid that could have been used for critical local services like police, fire, libraries and road repair. Natick resident and Progressive Mass activist Betsy Boggia spearheaded the effort in Natick. Congratulations both to Betsy and to the Natick Board of Selectmen!
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