Proposed $191,195; $8,065, or 4.1 percent, less than this year’s $199,260. The proposed highway budget is $430,800; $10,750, or 2.6 percent, more than this year’s $420,050.
Proposed education spending of $1,518,375 is up 6.7 percent, or $95,422 over this year’s $1,422,953. Increase due to higher secondary tuition costs, more secondary students and higher health insurance rates.
Shall the voters authorize the Select Board to appoint constables?
Shall the voters appropriate an additional sum of $25,000 for the purpose of extra paving?
Shall the Tinmouth Town School District petition the Vermont State Board of Education for an adjustment of its current supervisory union, Rutland Southwest Supervisory Union (Poultney) so that the Tinmouth Town School District is assigned to the Rutland South Supervisory Union (Clarendon) effective July 1, 2014?
There are no contested races.
Meeting to act on municipal and school budgets and articles will take place at 1 p.m. March 2 at the Tinmouth Community Center. Australian ballot voting for the election of school and municipal officers will take place from 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. March 5 at the Tinmouth Community Center.
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