Woodstock Town Meeting
$4,133,755; $77,480, or 1.84 percent, decrease from this year’s budget of $ 4,211,235.
$11,322,305; $61,961, or 0.54 percent decrease, from this year’s budget of $11,384,266.
Article 12: To see if the voters of Woodstock will raise and appropriate $60,000 to purchase and install a digital projection system to be used in the Town Hall Theatre.
Article 13: To see if the voters of Woodstock will raise and appropriate $50,000 to enter into an agreement with the Green Mountain Economic Development Commission to promote economic development in Woodstock by retaining the part-time services of an economic development coordinator who will work closely with the town’s economic development commission.
Article 24: Will the voters of Woodstock instruct state and federal legislatures to #1. Ban assault weapons and high capacity ammunition magazines, #2. Require criminal background checks for every gun sold in the USA and #3. Make gun trafficking a federal crime with real penalties for “straw purchaser” (those who arm criminals)?
Woodstock residents will vote on a $2 million bond for Windsor County Superior Court House repairs.
No contested elections
Woodstock residents will gather for a floor meeting at 10 a.m., Saturday, March 2, at the Town Hall Theatre to vote on money matters.
All Australian ballot measures will be voted on from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Tuesday, March 5, at the Town Hall Theatre.