Mont Vernon voters approve $@ million budget
MONT VERNON -- Voters on Tuesday approved a town operating budget of $2,020,045.
A separate warrant article asking residents to spend $40,000 to repair and maintain the McCollom Building was also authorized by residents at town meeting.
Other warrant articles seeking $15,000 to establish a capital reserve fund to reconstruct Carleton Pond and the surrounding park, $15,000 to replace firefighter protective gear and $60,552 to install a generator at Mont Vernon Village School to allow the facility to be used as an emergency shelter were also supported by voters.
At the polls on Tuesday, voters reelected John Quinlan to the Board of Selectmen, and elected Thomas Driscoll and Bruce Schmidt to the Mont Vernon School Board.
According to the town clerk, 342 ballots were cast during Election Day in Mont Vernon.
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