As a matter of course, aren't ALL special town and school district meetings required to be duly posted and for all budget figures and proposed warned articles to be distributed to the voters 10 days before, just like for regular Town Meeting?   When I get over to my office, I'm going to look at the statute myself!


On Fri, Apr 25, 2008 at 3:29 PM, Jennifer Hanlon <[log in to unmask]> wrote:

We are voting as a town on the school budget again on Monday.  It failed to pass the first time.  However there is no new proposed budget that has been distributed to the voters yet.  I find it hard to believe that there is no requirement that the voters must have the new proposed budget within plenty of time prior to the vote so they can study it and make an intelligent decision.

Can someone please point me to the statute or any other directive pertaining to a revised school budget going back to the voters and any requirements that the voters have access to the figures prior to the meeting and vote?

Thanks a bunch, on a beautiful Friday afternoon!

Jennifer Hanlon
UTG Supervisor