$18,666,507; $1,035,930, or 5.9 percent, more than this year’s budget of $17,630,557.
$47,277,683; $2,120,136, or 4.7 percent, more than this year’s budget of $45,157,547.
Shall the Board of Aldermen be granted general authority, pursuant to 32 V.S.A 3847, to enter into contracts for tax stabilization of residential property?
Do Rutland voters approve the use of chloramine as a secondary disinfectant in the water supply?
Incumbent Christopher C. Louras faces challenger David Allaire for a two-year term as mayor.
Incumbents Thomas DePoy, Jon Kiernan, Charles Romeo and David Wallstrom face challengers Diane L. Alberts, Paul Black, John P. Cassarino, Sherri Durgin-Campbell, Melinda Humphrey, Edward Larson, John E. Mattison Jr. and Daniel White for six two-year seats on the Board of Aldermen.
Voting locations on Tuesday
Ward 1: Godnick Adult Center
Ward 2: Christ the King School
Ward 3: The American Legion
Ward 4: Calvary Bible ChurchMORE IN Town Meeting
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