PARIS – With elections and votes on three ordinances complete, Paris voters will address the remainder of their annual town meeting warrant Saturday.

The meeting will take place at 8 a.m. June 14 at the Paris Fire Station.

One article asks if the town will waive the automatic foreclosure of the A.C. Lawrence site on Oxford Street, which formerly held a tannery. The Environmental Protection Agency completed a $4 million project to remove 33,000 tons of chromium waste at the site last year. The town has waived foreclosure on the property since the tannery closed in 1985.

The selectmen and Budget Committee do not differ on any of the 13 articles asking if the town will raise money for municipal accounts. The municipal budget of $3.2 million is $60,332 less than last year, and includes the elimination of part-time positions at the town office and Highway Department as well as three reserve officer positions at the Paris Police Department.

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