Hingham residents to vote on $8 million pool, school and fire projects

HINGHAM – An $8 million pool to replace the defunct one at the South Shore Country Club, $4 million in new windows and doors for the Plymouth River School and $3 million in improvements for the Foster School are some of the eight capital items Hingham officials will ask town meeting voters to approve later this month. 

The warrant for the spring annual town meeting is made up of 32 items, including a $138 million budget for the next fiscal year. Town meeting is scheduled for  2 p.m. Saturday, April 30, on the Hingham High School field, 17 Union St.

The town has proposed bonding for $20.6 million worth of capital improvement projects, including spending $2.23 million for five fire department projects: a new engine pumper,  new roofs at two fire stations,  a new heating and cooling system and  new gutters, trim and a portico at one station.

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