Bourne Voters Approve New Police Station and New Peebles Elementary School

A rendering of the proposed new police station.

BOURNE – Bourne residents voted in favor of two major capital projects. 

The proposed Peebles Elementary School, which would cost taxpayers $39.9 million was passed Town Election 67 percent to 32 percent, or 2387-1161. 

The new facility will replace the current school that was built in 1953 and is showing signs of disrepair.

Residents also passed a new $17 million police station, 77 percent to 22 percent, or 2749-806.

The new station will replace the current one that was built in 1958. 

Over 3,500 Bourne residents took part in Town Election, making up 25.5 percent of the town’s registered voters. 


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