Windham voters say no to new middle school
WINDHAM -- Voters on Tuesday overwhelmingly rejected a $31 million bond for the construction of a new middle school on London Bridge Road and a new turf field at the nearby high school.
By 8 p.m., 3,744 residents had passed through the polls at Windham High School.
Voters likewise rejected a collective bargaining agreement between the school board and the town's teachers' union, along with the proposed $45,579,114 school operating budget.
Two thousand and twenty-four residents voted against Article 3, a collective bargaining agreement with the Windham Education Association. A total of 1,650 residents favored the proposed contract.
With 1,359 votes, incumbent school board member Bruce Anderson lost the seat to challenger Dennis Senibaldi, who earned 1,904 votes.