Cavendish Town Meeting
$1,261,424; $18,039, or 1.4 percent, less than this year’s budget of $1,279,463.
Cavendish Town Elementary school budget
$1,752,649; $1,233, or 0.07 percent, less than this year’s budget of $1,753,882.
Green Mountain Union High School budget
Proposed $5,808,609; $250,889, 4.51 percent more than this year’s budget of $5,557,720 (Australian ballot)
River Valley Tech Center budget
Proposed $2,812,062; $286,748, 9.25 percent less than this year’s budget of $3,098,810 (Australian ballot).
Article 5: To see if the voters will accept the gift of the historic Universalist Stone Church property located at 2295 Main St. in Cavendish from the Universalist Unitarian Convention of Vermont and Quebec. The building will be owned by the Town of Cavendish and leased to the Cavendish Historical Society for use as museum and exhibit space.
Cavendish residents will vote on a $2 million bond for Windsor County Superior Court House repairs (Australian ballot).
Cavendish residents will vote whether to appropriate $15,000 to create a technology equipment and repair reserve fund (GMUHS Town Meeting, Australian ballot).
Appointee Amanda Tyrrell will face challengers Scott Ranney and Amy Perry for a one-year seat as school director (Australian ballot).
Cavendish residents will gather for a floor meeting at the Cavendish Town Elementary School in Proctorsville at 7 p.m. Monday to vote on money matters. Election of town officers, Green Mountain Union High School and River Valley Tech Center budgets and $2 million court house bond votes will take place by Australian ballot from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. Tuesday at the Cavendish Town Elementary School.