$1,021,614 — $42,634.37, or 4.4 percent, more than this year’s budget of $978,979.63.
$1,708,836 — $18,836, or 1.1 percent, more than this year’s budget of $1,690,000.
$13,015,259 — $922,644, or 7.6 percent, more than the current school year budget of $12,092,615. Significant changes are due to health insurance increases, salary increases, deferred infrastructure maintenance, additional iPad carts and wireless routing to classrooms, a new truck for plowing, field maintenance and other operations, and a car for driver’s education.
Shall the town authorize funds in the amount of $20,000 for the Fayston Conservation Fund? $10,000 will go toward conserving the Bragg Farm and $10,000 will help preserve further projects.
To see if the school district shall appropriate $55,000 to the Maintenance Reserve Fund for the purpose of capital improvements and facilities maintenance projects.
Shall the voters instruct officials to approve a resolution expressing opposition to the transportation of tar sands oil through Vermont, require fuel vendors doing business with the town to provide information on the origins of the fuel that’s sold, and phase out municipal fuel purchases that use tar sands?
Voters will elect from the floor people to serve:
A one-year term as town clerk (Patti Lewis’ term expires)
A one-year term as town treasurer (Patti Lewis’ term expires)
A one-year term as delinquent tax collector (Patti Lewis’ term expires)
A three-year term for Select Board (Robert Vasseur’s term expires)
A three-year term as lister (Tony Egan’s term expires)
A one-year term as second constable (Allen Tinker’s term expires)
A three-year term as cemetery commissioner (Tom Bisbee’s term expires)
A three-year term as trustee of public money (Debbie Jones’ term expires)
A one-year term as town agent (David Olenick’s term expires)
A three-year term as Harwood Union School District representative (Russell Bielke’s term expires)
Fayston residents will gather for a floor meeting at Fayston Elementary School at 9:30 a.m. on March 5 to vote on money matters.
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