Letter: Why no referendum on Yarn Mill development?

Posted 8/10/23

To the editor:

Regarding the impending ill-advised development of the Bristol Yarn Mill Complex, I hope the pragmatic, forward-looking and spot on letters of Mr. Mascena and Mr. Salesi were read …

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Letter: Why no referendum on Yarn Mill development?

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To the editor:

Regarding the impending ill-advised development of the Bristol Yarn Mill Complex, I hope the pragmatic, forward-looking and spot on letters of Mr. Mascena and Mr. Salesi were read by our town officials.

Why wasn’t a town wide referendum held? In my opinion, the majority of the voters and taxpayers of Bristol would have put a stop to this plan if given the chance.

Judy Anderson
117 Constitution St.

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