Residents support a new safety complex, but many wouldn't pay more to get it

Residents support a new safety complex, but many wouldn't pay more to get it

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UMBERLAND - A majority of registered voters in Cumberland would favor building a $12-million safety complex on Monastery Grounds - provided taxes don't go up to pay it, a survey of 400 households in early April is showing.

Mayor Daniel McKee commissioned the eight-question survey, he says, to get a sense of taxpayers' willingness to support the venture in advance of the work needed for a formal proposal.


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