Town / highway budget
Proposed $2,167,122; $1,284,489, or 37.2 percent, less than this year’s budget of $3,451,611. Last year’s budget was inflated by FEMA-reimbused storm expenses.
$1,090,524; $86,132, or 8.6 percent, more than this year’s budget of $1,004,392.
Shall the Town of Shrewsbury discontinue the use of Australian ballot for its annual budget vote?
Shall the Town of Shrewsbury discontinue the use of Australian ballot for all public questions?
Shall the Shrewsbury Town School District discontinue the use of the Australian ballot for its annual budget vote?
Shall the Shrewsbury Town School District discontinue the use of Australian ballot for all public questions?
No contested races
Shrewsbury votes at the Shrewsbury Community Meeting House from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. Tuesday, March 5.MORE IN Town Meeting
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