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By the numbers: Breaking down the Groton, Dunstable override

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Groton and Dunstable voters will head to the polls on Thursday to take a second stab at an override.

Polls open at 7 a.m. in Groton, noon in Dunstable. Both towns’ polls close at 8 p.m.

Voters in both towns rejected a first run at an override. For Groton voters, the new $812,013 override brings an average tax impact of $204. In Dunstable, the $475,000 override brings an average tax impact of $401.

Because the Nashoba Valley Voice prints on Thursday, results will not be available in Friday’s paper. Check our coverage online all day Thursday, including results as they return.

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