, Salem, MA


May 9, 2014

Letter: Ipswich override reduces access to housing


The affordability of our town should always be a factor when spending increases are considered. The economy has had a dramatic impact on many of our people over the past six years, an impact from which many are still struggling to recover. Consideration should always be given toward those least able to pay, in an effort to keep our town one where many can still continue to both live and work, despite being in one of the least affordable counties in America.

Al Boynton


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