$3,410,928; $124,005, or 3.77 percent, more than this year’s budget of $3,286,923.
Black River Union High School budget
$3,674,133; $107,542, or 2.84 percent, less than this year’s budget of $3,781,675. (Australian ballot)
River Valley Tech Center budget
$2,812,062; $286,748, or 9.25 percent, less than this year’s budget of $3,098,810 (Australian ballot).
Article 2: Shall the voters of the Town of Ludlow authorize the collection of up to $20,000 to join with the Ludlow Rotary Club and others to fund and implement a program for middle school students that will provide the opportunity to improve academic performance, foster new friendships and share challenging and inspiring experiences with the overall objective of increasing their skills and consequently their self-confidence and self-worth. The program will operate parallel with but separate from the Ludlow Recreation Summer Program and will run for seven weeks (Australian ballot).
Ludlow residents will vote on a $2 million bond for Windsor County Superior Court House repairs (Australian ballot).
Incumbents Susan Barton, Bruce Schmidt and Daniel Buckley will vie for two three-year seats as Union #39 school director (Australian ballot).
Ludlow residents will gather for a floor meeting at 7 p.m. Monday, March 4 at Town Hall to vote on money matters.
Article 2, school director, Black River 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. on Tuesday, March 5 at Town Hall.
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