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Here is the amount of funds that your local communities would receive annually if the House had passed the original amendment (instead of the study) under the heading “Study imposing property tax on telephone poles and wires (H 4700)” in this week’s Beacon Hill Roll Call report. The numbers are from the office of Rep. Carl Sciortino, who was the sponsor of the original amendment.

Ashby $5,155

Ayer $170,619

Dunstable $17,135

Groton $83,504

Harvard $49,946

Pepperell $51,007

Shirley $30,281

Townsend $39,259

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