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Mascoma School District Meeting 2014 Results

Mascoma Valley Regional School District

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Mascoma Renovation Approved; Larger Towns Provide Margin

Friday, March 14, 2014

Canaan — Boosted by a strong turnout in Enfield and Canaan, Mascoma Valley voters Tuesday finally rallied enough support to approve a $21.5 million renovation of Mascoma Valley Regional High School. In unofficial results, the measure won 63 percent support after three other attempts in recent years fell short of the 60 percent threshold required for passage. “It went through …

Canaan Budget Approved; Tax Relief for Elderly, Disabled Also Passes

Wednesday, March 12, 2014

Canaan — A $3.2 million operating budget for the town of Canaan easily won approval Tuesday, as did two articles aimed at providing property tax relief to senior citizens and the disabled. The municipal budget, up nearly 4 percent from last year, passed in ballot voting, 831-319. It includes $122,398 of additional spending, most of it going to buy new …

Dorchester Vote on Spending Set for Saturday

Friday, March 14, 2014

Dorchester — Maria Weick won the sole open Selectboard seat in one of several uncontested races for town offices on Tuesday. Weick will join the three-person board, replacing the outgoing Vice Chairman Michael Mock. While Weick was the only name on the ballot for the three-year Selectboard seat and received 118 votes, Trevor Gove still earned 48 votes as a …

Enfield Results Awaited on Zoning Amendments

Friday, March 14, 2014

Enfield — Voters were deciding seven zoning amendments on Tuesday, but as of 11 p.m., results were still not available because the town had to print additional paper ballots and count them by hand. Town Planner Scott Osgood said last month that all zoning amendments are just “technical” changes that bring consistency and add definitions. The articles call for numerous …

Grafton Rejects All 3 Town Office Proposals

Friday, March 14, 2014

Grafton — Voters on Tuesday rejected all three proposals to solve space problems and remedy code violations at the town office building. One of the options, which asked taxpayers to appropriate $12,000 to fix the most immediate violations, resulted in a 263-263 vote, meaning “it lost, because it didn’t win,” Selectboard Chairman Steve Darrow said after the polls closed Tuesday …

Orange Voters Approve Zoning Rule Changes

Wednesday, March 12, 2014

Orange — Residents overwhelmingly approved a change to the zoning ordinance that will align the town’s definition of a junkyard with state law. While the previous wording of the ordinance focused solely on automobiles, the updated one expands the definition of a junkyard to include scrapped metal, machines and debris, in addition to cars. Voters approved the change, 104-26. The …