While he says the town was “not very good neighbors,” Parks said he’s been fighting with officials for decades to have the problem taken care of. Going into Annual Town Meeting, he’s pleased the battle is reaching an end.
“I’ve been doing this and spending a lot of money on lawyers and engineers. It gets to a point, how much can you spend?” he said. “You have to bite the bullet somewhere. This is probably a step in the right direction.”
The article is one of at least 59 coming to Annual Town Meeting. The event will start at the Collins Center Field House on Monday, April 29 at 7 p.m.
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