Auburn voters support school warrant articles
Three remaining articles also went unchanged.
Residents will next vote on the warrant articles by official ballot between 7 a.m. and 7 p.m. Tuesday, March 11, in the Auburn Village School gymnasium.
Much of the school budget discussion focused on the cost of special education. “Of the $740,000 increase in the budget, about $650,000 is going to special education,” Villeneuve said.
Article 3 asks residents to establish a $75,000 Special Education Expendable Trust Fund, which School Board member Anita Gildea said would be used to cover any unexpected future needs. The article will go to voters unchanged.
School Board clerk Brian D’Amelio said the money would be used to explore removing nine portable classrooms and building an addition as well as other renovations.
Residents Ryan Maher and Kim Sargent spoke in support of retaining the funding, and Vieira’s amendment was voted down by all but five residents.
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