Infrastructure, easements and legal fees

Voters at a town meeting June 19 in Salisbury released an easement on property that used to be home to The Cedars on Long Pond, one of the most famous resorts in the country in the early 20th century. File photo

SALISBURY — At a special town meeting on Wednesday, June 19, Salisbury taxpayers approved language for a bond to pay for an infrastructure update; approved funds to pay for legal fees associated with the investigation into improper behavior by a former town employee; and approved the return of an easement on Long Pond to private owners of a property there.

First on the agenda for the meeting was the reading aloud of a long and complex description of work being undertaken by the town’s Water Pollution Control Authority (WPCA). 

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