Milton voters turned out to overwhelmingly support a major overhaul of its three fire stations on April 27, and to settle hotly contested races for School Committee and Planning Board.

Town Clerk Susan Galvin said that roughly 25% of the town’s nearly 20,000 registered voters turned out for the election that also saw roughly 100 Town Meeting members elected by precinct. 

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