$1,100,608; $48,526, or 4.2 percent less than this year’s $1,149,134.
Proposed $1,693,844 is up 6.2 percent, or $98,965, from this year’s $1,594,879 elementary spending plan. Health insurance premiums are up 14 percent.
Proposed secondary education budget of $2,100,625 is up $203,791, or 10.7 percent, from this year’s $1,896,834 budget due mainly to eight more secondary students and high special education costs.
Steve Haines and Dan Garceau are vying for a three-year seat on the town’s Select Board. Incumbent Dorothea Edmunds is being challenged by Cher’allyn Powers for the one-year delinquent tax collector seat. Incumbent Marjorie Abbott faces a challenge from Richard Smith for a three-year auditor post.
Shall the voters of the town of Danby vote to allocate the sum of twenty-five thousand dollars ($25,000) per year for the next eight years (two hundred thousand dollars, $200,000 in total) to be spent for the purchase of a new fire truck-pumper for the Danby-Mount Tabor Volunteer Fire Department?
Should the Select Board continue to pursue rehabilitation/relocation of town offices?
Residents will gather for a floor meeting at 7:30 p.m. Monday, at Currier Memorial School to act on town and school articles.
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