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2017 Vernon Town Mtg Pt2 3/8/17

Vernon Town Meeting March 8, 2017 Part 2 of 2 (continued from March 6, 2017)

0:00:37 - ARTICLE 7:  To elect a Library Trustee to fill the unexpired term of one year through March 2018.

0:07:21 - ARTICLE 8: To elect a Library Trustee to fill the term of three years.

0:08:30 - ARTICLE 9: To elect a Library Trustee to fill the term of three years.

0:26:06 - ARTICLE 10: Shall the voters authorize an amendment to the “Policy on the Administration of the Vernon Capital Plan” deleting all references to the “Finance Committee” and replacing them with the “Capital Plan Committee”?

0:30:01 - ARTICLE 11: Shall the voters appropriate $198,591.00 for the funding of items approved in the Capital Plan where $82,580.00 shall be raised by taxes, $496.00 shall be raised by interest and gains and $116,507.00 shall be raised from items previously approved and appropriated but not expended and hereby rescinded from the Capital Plan with the understanding that this money can only be used for items authorized in the Capital Plan?

1:14:02 - ARTICLE 12: Shall the voters appropriate $50,000.00 to be raised by taxes to fund the “Town Road Upgrading Fund”?

1:16:35 - ARTICLE 13: Shall the voters appropriate the sum of $2,500.00 to be raised by taxes to fund the “Town Parking Lots Maintenance Fund”?

1:1836 - ARTICLE 14: Shall the voters appropriate $35,000.00 to be raised by taxes to fund the “Professional Services Fund”?

1:37:11 - ARTICLE 15: Shall the voters appropriate $40,000.00 to be raised by taxes to fund the previously established “The Town of Vernon, James Cusick Scholarship Fund”?

1:47:25 - ARTICLE 16: Shall the voters appropriate $25,470.00 for the Windham Solid Waste District Assessment to be raised by taxes to fund the previously established “Solid Waste Fund”?

1:49:56 - ARTICLE 17: Shall the voters appropriate $45,000.00 for municipal refuse, recycling and compost disposal to be raised by taxes to fund the previously established “Solid Waste Fund”?

2:10:42 - ARTICLE 18: Shall the Town authorize the establishment of a Pay-As-You-Throw Fund into which all Pay-As-You-Throw revenue shall be deposited for management of all fiscal activities associated with the Pay-As-You-Throw program?

2:11:55 - ARTICLE 19: Shall the voters remove revenue and expenses of Pay-As-You–Throw accounting from the Solid Waste Fund and move it to the Pay-As-You-Throw fund?

2:12:53 - ARTICLE 20: Shall the voters appropriate the sum of $20,000.00 to be raised by taxes to fund the previously established “Elderly Assistance Fund”?

2:22:35 - ARTICLE 21: Shall the voters appropriate the sum of $10,000.00 to be raised by taxes to fund the “Reappraisal Fund”?

2:26:44 - ARTICLE 22: Shall the voters appropriate the sum of $19,010.00 to be raised by taxes to support the following in the designated amounts? (BY PETITION)

2:39:15 - ARTICLE 23: Shall the voters appropriate the sum of $15,000.00 to be raised by taxes for the operation of the Emergency Management Office?

2:50:32 - ARTICLE 24: Contingent upon no less than $100,0000.00 in other grant money being secured by theVermont Land Trust, shall the voters of the Town of Vernon authorize the Selectboard to spend$54,000.00 from the Vernon Farmland Protection Fund to pay a portion of the costs that will permanently conserve 73 acres, more or less, on Pond Road owned by Jeffrey and Kelli Dunklee

3:00:39 - ARTICLE 25: Shall the Town of Vernon authorize the Selectboard to spend $45,300.00 (plus expenses not to exceed $6,000) from the Farmland Protection Fund to buy the development rights to permanently conserve 25 Acres more or less located on 406 Pond Road owned by Jean Carr?

3:10:18 - ARTICLE 26: Shall the voters exempt Pond Road Chapel from school district and municipal taxes for the years 2018-2022?

3:13:29 - ARTICLE 27: Shall the voters authorize payment of Real and Personal Property taxes to the Town Treasurer in three installments, with the due dates being, September 07, 2017, January 11, 2018 and May 03, 2018?

3:14:29 - ARTICLE 28: Shall the voters approve the provision of notice of availability of the “Town Report and Auditor’s Report” by “postcard, mailed to all registered voters” at least 30 days prior to Town Meeting, in lieu of mailing or otherwise distributing the Town Report to the Voters?

3:31:23 - ARTICLE 29: Shall the voters approve the Ordinance Regulating the Outside Storage of Junk and Junk Vehicles as adopted by the Selectboard on December 05, 2016? (BY PETITION)

3:42:43 - ARTICLE 30: Other business

3:43:39 - Adjournment

 

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