"The town avoided a budget crisis Wednesday, after residents approved a $430,000 tax override in a town-wide election.
The proposal was put to residents in a ballot question during an election called solely for the override.
Turnout was nearly 25 percent of all Hopedale’s registered voters, with 569 voting for the proposal, and 419 voting against.
Officials said the money is needed to fund basic services for the town. Because the number was so large, employee jobs and hours were on the chopping block. Suggested cuts included a firefighter and closing Town Hall on Fridays."
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