Community Preservation Act on city ballot Nov., supporters say it will fund needed projects

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WORCESTER — With the Community Preservation Act on the ballot in November in the city, supporters said the added surcharge on the annual assessed property tax will support initiatives that the city needs that other communities are already doing.

The Yes for a Better Worcester coalition, the group supporting the measure, held their official campaign launch Wednesday at the Printers Building.

The Community Preservation Act will appear as question five on the ballot for Worcester residents in the state general election Nov. 8.

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