$833,815; $67,340 or 8.8 percent more than this year’s budget of $766,475.
$3,664,500; $182,196, or 5.2 percent, more than this year’s budget of $3,482,304.
Shall the voters of the Town of Chittenden instruct the Select Board to enact the following resolution to protect citizen health and safety, water bodies and other natural resources, in relation to tar sands oil transport through Vermont? Whereas, the oil industry appears to be planning to use an aging oil pipeline, built in 1950, to bring Canadian tar sands diluted bitumen through Vermont on its way to Portland, Maine, shall the Town express its opposition to this plan?
No contested races
Chittenden residents will meet at 7 p.m. March 4 at the Barstow School Community Room and vote by Australian ballot from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. March 5 at the Chittenden Town Office.
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