Salem selectmen waive permit fee for Boys and Girls Club
“It’s a slippery slope if we start waiving permit fees,” said Selectman Pat Hargreaves. He said he knows the $110 is not a huge fee, but noted that there are other nonprofit agencies such as the Field of Dreams and Boy Scouts who will be before selectmen soon with their own building projects.
The board voted to waive the fee by a 4-0-1 margin, with Hargreaves abstaining.
“I hope you find another solution between now and 12 months from now,” said McBride.
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