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053113 rsMarlborough – As society changes, surveillance cameras are becoming more of a norm.  In Marlborough, the School Committee is considering a proposal to increase the number of cameras at the high school to 50 and at the middle school to 30. Future plans might include installing cameras at the elementary schools as well.

Still to be determined is where exactly cameras would be placed, who would be able to access the footage and where and how long the footage would be stored.

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