Woodstock-area school budget passes by wide margin

Staff report
Published: 3/3/2021 10:27:42 AM
Modified: 3/3/2021 10:27:40 AM

WOODSTOCK — Voters approved a $22.76 million budget for the Windsor Central Unified Union School District on Tuesday by a robust majority, 1,029-494, in unofficial results released by the Woodstock-area school district.

The budget, which is 3% higher than the current year’s spending, won a majority in each of the district’s seven towns, Barnard, Bridgewater, Killington, Plymouth, Pomfret, Reading and Woodstock.

Voters in Pomfret chose Robert F Crean to represent them on the district’s 18-member board, backing him by a count of 127-44 over John R. Peters Jr to fill the seat vacated by Bob Coates, who opted not to run. Also new to the board is Gwen Hagenbarth, of Killington, who ran unopposed for the seat vacated by Jennifer Iannantuoni.

All other School Board members re-elected yesterday were incumbents running unopposed: Bryce Sammel in Barnard; Matthew Hough and Sarah Adams in Bridgewater; Jay Moore and Joshua Linton in Plymouth; Bill Overbay in Pomfret; and Keri Bristow and Julian Underwood in Woodstock.


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