VUHS, Mount Abe and Bristol school boards tread lightly in reworking budgets

ADDISON COUNTY — Three school boards in northern Addison County met early this week to consider new budget proposals after voters said “no” to initial proposed spending plans on Town Meeting Day.
The Vergennes Union High School and the Bristol Elementary School boards met on Monday evening and the Mount Abraham Union High School Board convened on Tuesday. All three meetings garnered a couple dozen visitors.
The boards did not warn any new budgets for revote, but all plan to meet again next week.
Read stories on each of the meetings by clicking on these links:
VUHS meeting recap
Mount Abraham meeting recap
Bristol Elementary meeting recap
Two other Addison County school budgets also were defeated by voters last week: Monkton Central School and Ferrisburgh Central School. Boards representing citizens in Monkton and Ferrisburgh were due to meet Thursday evening — both at 6:30 p.m. at their respective schools.

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