Voters OK fiscal measures in Arlington

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Voters in Arlington have approved a pair of ballot articles – one that will combine separate town funds into a capital reserve fund, and another that OKs $10,000 for cemetery maintenance.

Arlington officials say only 95 of the town’s 1,669 registered voters turned out Tuesday for the votes.

Select Board Chairman Keith Squires says combining "sinking funds" into one account will help the town get a better return on its investments.

The money for the cemeteries was needed for town maintenance of municipal cemeteries Evergreen Cemetery and West Arlington Cemetery.

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