by Carol Meyer
Hingham has an annual budget of more than $100 million, including the schools. While it's considered to be an affluent town, many of its residents aren't. The selectmen continue to try to find ways to help ease the tax burden at a time when there are millions of dollars-worth of proposed capital projects in the pipeline. Which do you think should take priority -- a Foster School renovation or new building, a new fire station, expanded senior center, library renovation/improvements, more room for the Hingham Police Department/ regional dispatch center, or something else? Let your voice be heard!
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