Wednesday, June 27, 2012 at 11:14 am (Updated: June 27, 11:22 am)
A new aquatic center in Williamstown and any major capitol improvements won’t be happening in the next year.
According to Mayor Rick Skinner, the 2012-2013 budget is “just the bare necessities.”
“It’s a tight budget, with no frills,” he said.
The aquatic center, which was a partnership with the Williamstown School District, is being placed on hold since there were no funds to proceed with the project.
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