Hopedale to enter into talks with railroad over disputed land

Hopedale to enter into talks with railroad over disputed land

Hopedale officials will begin mediation talks next month with the local railroad, in an attempt to peacefully end a lawsuit over about 150 acres of disputed property off West Street.

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