The purchase isn't official yet, but the town has entered into a purchase and sale agreement. Board of Selectmen chairman Michael Newhouse said members have not discussed any specifics yet of what they'll do with the land, but those conversations will kick up likely in June.
"The Board of Selectmen clearly supports the idea of enhancing our inventory of recreational field space," said Newhouse. "I also would emphasize that the process will be an open and transparent one, and public input will be welcome."
Several Patch readers have asked about the property, saying they'd like to see things like walking trails or a swimming pool built on the property.
So we want to know. What do you want to see on the town's newest land purchase? Vote in our poll below, and if you have a fresh idea for the property, let us know in the comments section below.