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Tuesday October 17, 2017 (4 months ago)


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Bigbelly trash compactors are the new spot in town to advertise, as Town Administrator Derek Sullivan is looking for local businesses to get their ads on the sides of the 150 gallon compactors in Wareham and Onset. Political ads or controversial material won’t be accepted, however. A zoning bylaw prohibits political signs on town property, Sullivan said at Tuesday’s Selectmen meeting. Sullivan said he’d like ...

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