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New Boston budget goes before voters Monday night
During the meeting, each warrant article will be presented and discussed and amendments may be made by voters. The session takes place at 7 p.m. tonight at New Boston Central School, 15 Central School Road. The items will then be placed on the ballot for a final vote on Tuesday, March 11, from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Warrant articles 2 through 17 relate to zoning ordinance amendments. In addition, voters will be asked to approve several warrant articles relating to fund reserves and expenditures, including the following:
Article 23: $85,000 toward improvements on Old Coach Road. This appropriation will not lapse until the project is completed or until Dec. 31, 2019, whichever comes first. This is an ongoing repairs project on Old Coach Road from Greenfield Road toward the ball park.
Article 28: $2,500 to create an expendable trust fund to offset the cost of police detail coverage incurred by New Boston nonprofits’ public events in town. The selectmen will be named as agents to spend the money and any unspent funds may be carried over from year to year.
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