Voters OK lease agreement at special town meeting

SHARON — By unanimous vote at a brief special town meeting on Thursday, Feb. 21, voters in Sharon agreed to the signing of a new five-year lease with Tri-State Public Communications, located in a town-owned building next to Town Hall at 67 Main St. 

The vote was unanimous, approving a rent increase of 5.3 percent. Tri-State is the parent company of NPR radio station WHDD, also known as Robin Hood Radio.

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