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Tuesday November 14, 2017 (1 week ago)


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A single tax rate for all property in Wareham will continue to be used for the upcoming year, Selectmen voted at a tax levy hearing on Tuesday. The hearing determined whether the town would continue to utilize a single tax rate or to split the tax rate, which would shift the burden toward commercial and industrial properties, including offices and retail stores, manufacturing buildings and commercially zoned ...

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