Voters split on local school budgets

ADDISON COUNTY — Across the county, voters were divided on their local school budgets. Click on the stories below to read more.
Vergennes- and Bristol-area towns narrowly approve school spending
VERGENNES / BRISTOL — Residents in two of the county’s three consolidated school districts, encompassing 10 towns, on Tuesday approved their respective school district budgets by a total of 20 votes out of more than 3,600 ballots cast.
OV district budget approved, but school upgrade was defeated
BRANDON — On Tuesday, the voters in the Otter Valley Unified Union School District defeated a bond measure of $2.93 million for safety, security and operational improvements. Voters did, however, approve a school district budget of $19,935,847, which represents a 3.7 percent increase in total spending over last year and a 2.7 percent per equalized student increase.
ACSD spending plan passes easily
MIDDLEBURY — While other school budgets in Addison County had some difficulty finding favor with voters, the Addison Central School District budget vote proved decisive an non-controversial.

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