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Town Meeting Day results — so far
ADDISON COUNTY — Town Meeting results trickled in on Tuesday night. See tomorrow’s paper for more details.
Esther Thomas (955), Heather Seeley (783) and Andy Hooper (845) each win a three-year term. Matthew Delia-Lôbo (516) is out.
VERGENNES SEWER BOND
Word from Vergennes is that voters there approved the proposal to spend $25.5 million updating its sewer infrastructure. There is no official vote tally because about a dozen ballots need to be counted by hand, but even without those tallies, the question passed with more than 300 votes in its favor.
LINCOLN’S MAUSD EXIT PLAN
Bristol, Monkton, New Haven and Starksboro have ratified Lincoln’s vote to withdraw from the Mount Abraham Unified School District. The combined four-town vote yesterday was 1,366-441, a 3-to-1 margin.
Individually: Bristol 554-219; New Haven 240-90; Monkton 289-70; Starksboro 286-54.
OTTER VALLEY SCHOOL DISTRICT BUDGET DEFEATED
In a surprise outcome, the Otter Valley Unified Union School District budget was defeated, 522-462, by voters in the Brandon-area district. Read more here.
ANWSD BUDGET PASSES
ANWSD’s unofficial results show that the Vergennes-area school district passed its school budget by almost a 2-to-1 margin, 902-492.
RETAIL CANNABIS IN BRISTOL
Bristol OK’s the sale of retail cannabis by a 2-to1 margin.
BRISTOL TOWN MODERATOR
Jennifer Wagner (386) defeats Gary Russell (334).
ACSD BOARD SEAT IN RIPTON
Joanna Doria (1,461) defeats incumbent Amy McGlashan (802).
ACSD BOARD SEAT IN WEYBRIDGE
Jamie McCallum (1,389) defeats incumbent Mary Cullinane (845).
ACSD BOARD SEAT IN MIDDLEBURY
James (Chip) Malcolm (1,821), Steve Orzech (1,566) and Brian Bauer (1,537) each win one of three seats.
HANNAFORD CAREER CENTER BUDGET
4,528 yes to 1,427 no
HANNAFORD CAREER CENTER $8.1 MILLION INFRASTRUCTURE IMPROVEMENT
4,278 yes to 1,470 no
Gas tanker fire on Route 7 cuts internet in county
No one injured when natural gas tanker explodes near Dakin Farm in Ferrisburgh.
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