With Worcester residents to vote on Community Preservation Act this fall, report says city could raise $3.7 million in first year

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The city of Worcester could raise over $3.7 million in fiscal year 2023 for open space, recreation, housing and historic preservation if residents opt in to the Community Preservation Act this fall, according to a new report by the Worcester Regional Research Bureau.

Enacting the CPA property tax surcharge would cost the median residential property owner $43.46 per year and the median commercial property owner $174.23.

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