Although I think the end result was fair, I could not help but get the feeling thinking about the saying "Rearranging chairs on the deck of the Titanic". I fear that end ressult, however, will only be more erosion of our commerical tax base thus placing more of a burden on residents of Worcester.
Bill Breault has a great line last night. Next time you are driving down Cambridge Street and get to the corners of Canterbury and Fremont Street. Look to your left, Kesseli Morse is now a Church. Take a right on Fremont Street. L Farber is now condos, there is one succcessful plastics company on the right but the rest of the street is virtutally empty.
Central location with easy highway access..
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