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Monday, March 10, 2014

Picturesque Town Battles Over Chain Stores

Freeman's hand-painted sign along Rt. 101 has sparked conversation about the future of Dublin. (Todd Bookman/NHPR)

Freeman’s hand-painted sign along Rt. 101 has sparked conversation about the future of Dublin. (Todd Bookman/NHPR)

Tomorrow, residents in the town of Dublin, New Hampshire, will get to vote on whether commercial drive-thru restaurants should be allowed to come to town.

Right now there are none in the picturesque town of 1,600, that sits at the base of a mountain. Many people there would like to keep it that way.

From the Here & Now Contributors Network, Todd Bookman of New Hampshire Public Radio reports.

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