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[Video] Oxford High Field Proponents Hold Rally For 'Yes' Votes

Votes sought for today's referendum, 6 a.m. to 8 p.m. at Quaker Farms. (Links to more info. below.)

 football players and cheerleaders held a rally with politicans and parents on Route 67 Wednesday encouraging people to vote 'yes' in tomorrow's referendum on the OHS field and track proposal. 

Oxford Patch was at the rally on Wednesday and took this video, above.

The town is  whether they support bonding roughly $3.1 million for the proposed athletic complex.

. There are also several more links to stories we've written about this proposal posted to the bottom right hand side of this page under the tab "See More on Patch." 

Carol Kirby August 16, 2012 at 02:28 PM
Based on points 1-8, I'm don't know why points 9-11 would be the justification to vote yes on this project.
Carol Kirby August 16, 2012 at 02:30 PM
Should read, "I don't know why".
Paul Singley August 16, 2012 at 02:43 PM
Yes, Roc: That is based on a 20-year bond. Click here to see a fiscal impact statement of the project. It's attached here as Exhibit A. http://www.oxford-ct.gov/lib/site/data/meeting_documents/b6303deee76b8d41e828178b9a91c6bb/BOSSpMtgMin071012.PDF
Paul Singley August 16, 2012 at 02:46 PM
I've also attached that fiscal impact statement as a PDF for all to see. click on the PDF above.
Me August 16, 2012 at 05:28 PM
You almost had me Dick until you mentioned interest rates and competitive pricing not being "favorable" in a downed economy. That's where you lost me. If you "buy" in a good economy you are paying for less competitive prices and higher rates. Ex. In 2007 before the economy tanked the bond rate was well over 4%, right now it's in the low 2%s. make no mistake about it, this is a buyer's market for non-everyday consumables. Interest rates are down everywhere. I wish I bought my house now at 3+% than I did at 5% before the market tanked. This is the best time to buy in term of rates and prices. And I don't specifically mean the fields. Good economies are seller's markets, bad economies are buyer's markets.

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