continued David Liebschutz, who was chairman of the town’s Governance Options Study Committee last year, said the committee found evidence in its research that money could be saved and said there is the potential for a higher level of service. He said a discussion about the matter is worth having.
The board set a public hearing date of Wednesday, Feb. 27. The board could vote on the issue that night or wait until a later meeting. The goal, board members said, would be to aim for a permissive referendum in March, so as not to cause confusion and still allow political parties time to vet candidates should the proposal be voted down by the public.
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