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The public sentiment at the working session was that Milton Marketplace was the best part of the Square.

What should the future of East Milton Square look like?

That's a question that residents, workers, property owners, and town leaders have passionately discussed and often disagreed about for decades.

Recently the town worked with the Urban Planning Institute to study the issues of the business zone in East Milton.

This article by Elaine Cushman Carroll may be read in its entirety in the Thursday, Jan. 31 edition of the Milton Times.

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