Full Coverage: Reports From Vermont Town Meeting Day (March 6, 2018)

  • Corinth Lister Jen Brooks-Wooding, left, talks with Luise Graf as Melissa Conlon, right, looks on during discussion about building a new fire station in Corinth, Vt., during town meeting in Corinth, Vt., Tuesday, March 6, 2018. Catherine Tudish is at far right. (Valley News - James M. Patterson) Copyright Valley News. May not be reprinted or used online without permission. Send requests to permission@vnews.com.

Wednesday, March 07, 2018

Find all of our coverage of Tuesday’s Town Meeting Day at the links below.

Read additional coverage, including reports on meetings that took place over the weekend and previews of New Hampshire’s meeting day next week, at our Town Meeting 2018 keyword.

Barnard — Barnard Considers School Property at Town Meeting

Bethel — Bethel’s Spending Plans Pass Smoothly as Retiring Town Clerk Passes Reins

Bradford — Bradford Keeps Town Meeting Time, For Now

Bridgewater — Bridgewater Borrows $170K for Highway Truck, Passes $1M budget

Chelsea — Chelsea Residents Reject Bid to Appoint Treasurer

Corinth — Corinth Voters Approve Budget; Create Reserve Fund

Dresden School District — Dresden School Budgets Pass in Hanover, Norwich

Fairlee — Fairlee Voters Breeze Through Short Town Meeting

Hartford — Hartford Votes to Replace Sitting Selectboard Members With New Blood

Hartland — Hartland OKs $2.77 Million Budget, Property Sale Near Rec Center

Newbury — Voters Approve Plow for Newbury, Reject Sidewalk Maintenance Plan

Norwich — Norwich Opts to Fund Teacher, OKs Budgets

Pomfret — Pomfret Debates Ownership of School

Royalton — Royalton Voters Boost Funding for Food Shelf

Sharon — Sharon Advances Climate Change Agenda As It Endorses $1.5M Budget

Strafford — Strafford Takes a Stand on Climate Change, OKs $1M Proposal

Thetford — Thetford Write-Ins Elected ‘Like It or Not’

Tunbridge — Tunbridge Approves Upgrades for Town Hall, Garage

Vershire — Vershire Town, Highway Budgets Pass; Cemetery Board Gets $9,500

Weathersfield — All But One Spending Proposal Pass in Weathersfield; School Board Incumbent Re-Elected

West Fairlee — $592K Budget Approved in West Fairlee

West Windsor — West Windsor Elects Kantola, OKs All Spending Items

White River Unified School District — White River Unified School District Budget Passage Marks New Era

Windsor — Windsor, West Windsor Pass Act 46 Merger

Woodstock — Spending on Nonprofits Approved; Mary Riley Joins Woodstock Selectboard

Woodstock-Area Schools — Woodstock-Area School Budget Headed to Passage