$77,459; $9,059, or 13.2 percent, more than this year’s $68,400 spending plan.
$123,430; $6,570, or 5.1 percent, less than this year’s $130,000 budget.
$351,980; $15,135, or 4.1 percent, less than this year’s $367,115 budget.
Article 6 on the town ballot asks voters if they will approve a $45,000 expense for road resurfacing.
Article 16 on the town ballot asks voters if they will approve spending $35,000 in highway surplus money to build an addition to the town garage for storage of equipment.
Article 17 on the town ballot asks voters if they will approve spending $15,000 in general fund surplus money for a new computer and software.
Article 18 on the town ballot asks voters if they will approve spending $7,500 in general fund surplus money to install a new furnace in the town community hall.
A race for a three-year seat on the Select Board will give voters two new candidates to choose from. The seat, left vacant by incumbent Peter Doran, is being sought by Christophr Hoyt and Rodney Ethier.
An informational meeting will take place at 7 p.m. Monday in the Buckley Memorial Grange Hall. Australian voting will be conducted the following day, Tuesday, at the Buckley Memorial Hall from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m.MORE IN Town Meeting
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