The Worcester Regional Research Bureau created a tool to show how the Community Preservation Act would impact voters

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WORCESTER, Mass. – A report from the Worcester Regional Research Bureau looks at how funds from a Community Preservation Act would be used, should city voters approve it.

The CPA would use a 1.5% property tax surcharge to fund Worcester community projects in fiscal year 2024. Voters will have a chance to approve it with the ballot question this November.

The Research Bureau created a tool where voters can determine their expected surcharge if the question passes. The money would be used for open space, affordable housing and historic preservation.

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