Cornwall Town Meeting results 2019

CORNWALL — Around 100 residents turned out at Cornwall’s town meeting on Monday to pass all items on their warning.
The proposed fiscal year 2020 general fund budget of $489,842 and highway fund request of $452,968, both passed by resounding voice votes, according to Town Clerk Sue Johnson.
Other requests earning voter approval included $77,000 for the Cornwall Volunteer Fire Department, $4,000 for the Cornwall Free Library, and a combined total of $30,020 in contributions to Addison County-based nonprofits that provide services to Cornwall residents.
Elected without competition this year were Magna Dodge, for three years on the selectboard; Ben Wood, for a two-year term on the selectboard; Dennis Rheaume, one year as town constable; Rodney Cadoret, one year as collector of delinquent taxes; and Todd Kinkaid, two years as lister.
The were no listed candidates for town moderator, a two-year term on the Cornwall Library Board, and two positions on the Cornwall Planning Commission.
Cornwall also got to weigh in on a five-person race for three Middlebury seats on the Addison Central School District board; ballots cast in all seven ACSD-member towns were co-mingled and counted to decide the winners. Local residents also cast votes on a K-12 public education budget of $37,794,916 to operate ACSD schools for the 2019-2020 academic year.

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