Opinion: A ‘no’ vote in Middlebury would delay progress, cost more money

What does a NO vote on the Town Office Project really mean?
Money wasted heating and patching up the current buildings while we consider other options.
Town workers being subjected for many more years to an unhealthy and unsafe work environment.
Teen and senior centers in a facility with no fire alarms and limited egress.
Handicapped citizens having limited access to town offices.
Loss of Middlebury College funding with the town picking up the full cost for any future plans.
More studies.
More debates.
More possibilities.
More disagreements.
More proposals.
No decisions.
And this could go on for 20 more years.
“Carpe Diem!”
Act now. Vote YES.
Marilyn Needham

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