Guilford building project set to go to vote again

GUILFORD – The new Guilford building project will not raise taxes, town officials say.

Coming in at a cost $1.65 million, councilman Bruce Winsor says they’ve scaled back costs by nearly $1 million and will be able to pay-off the project, if approved, at a rate that won’t necessitate raising property taxes.

The project will go to vote Nov. 6.

The current town building on Marble Road in Guilford Center houses both the town hall and public works and has a host of structural and logistical problems, officials say.

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