Boston Globe: Closed to vehicles and with limited pedestrian access, Plymouth’s deteriorating T-Wharf in historic downtown is not only a nuisance to local fishermen, it’s also a money pit for the town.
Temporary repairs have done little to help the structure keep up with the demands of commercial fishing and recreational activities crucial to local economic growth. And at a time when officials are looking to expand the town’s stake in the region’s thriving aquaculture industry, the wharf is acting as a deterrent—and for that they believe it has got to go.
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