Total votes: 1168
Article One – To elect One (1) Mayor for the Two (2) years remaining of a Three (3) year term.
Eric Covey: 478
Kristine Lott: 650
Total write-ins: 17
Article Two – To elect Two (2) City Councilors for a term of Two (2) years each.
James Duncan: 693
Amy Lafayette: 838
Total write-ins: 131
Article Three – To elect One (1) City Councilor for the One (1) year remaining of a Two (2) year term.
Corey Mack: 309
Michael Myers: 667
Total write-ins: 59
Article Four – Shall the voters of the City of Winooski approve the budget for the Fiscal Year for 2020 in the amount of Seven Million, Three Hundred Three Thousand, Five Hundred, Six Dollars and Eight Cents ($7,303,506.08)? The amount to be raised from property taxes is Five Million, Seven Hundred Twenty-Eight Thousand, One Hundred Twenty-Three dollars and Fifty-Six Cents ($5,728,123.56).
Article Five – Shall the City Council be authorized to apply for and accept funds from sources other than property taxation, and to expend the same for the benefit of the City in addition to sums for which budget appropriation has been made? (Approval of this article will not impact property taxes)
Article Six: Hickock Street Bond Vote – Shall general obligation bonds of the City of Winooski in an amount not to exceed Three Million, Seven Hundred Thousand Dollars ($3,700,000.00) be issued for planning, design and construction of replacement of the Hickok Street water lines, valves, and associated street reconstruction? A portion of the repayment is intended to come from water and wastewater fees subject to any reduction for applicable State and Federal grants-in-aid and any applicable general funds but backed by the full faith and credit of the City.
Article Seven: Abenaki Garage Bond Vote – Shall general obligation bonds for the City of Winooski in an amount not to exceed Nine Million, Seven Hundred Thousand Dollars ($9,700,000.00) be issued for planning, design and construction of a new parking facility to be located on Abenaki Way? Repayment is intended to come from parking fees, subject to any reduction for applicable State and Federal grants-in-aid and any applicable general funds but backed by the full faith and credit of the City.
Article Eight: Local Options Tax – Sales and Rooms, Meals, and Alcohol – Shall the City adopt and impose a one-percent rooms, meals, and alcoholic beverages tax and a one-percent sales tax as local option taxes, each to be collected and administered by the Vermont Department of Taxes in accordance with statute?
For School Trustee:
Two Year Term – Matthew Macneil: 922
Total write-ins: 15
Three Year Term – Margaret K Bass: 928
Total write-ins: 9
Article IV (Winooski School District) – Shall the District accept and expend the sum of Two Million, Four Hundred Fifty-Three Thousand, Seven Hundred Eight Dollars ($2,453,709) or whatever sum is provided by Federal programs for the support of compensatory education and special programs? Said sum shall be exclusively Federal funds received by the District. (No local or statewide school property taxes included in these funds.)
Article V (Winooski School District) – Shall the voters of the school district approve the school board to expend Seventeen Million, Nine Hundred Ninety-Six Thousand, Two Hundred Sixty-Three Dollars ($17,996,263), which is the amount the school board has determined to be necessary for the ensuing fiscal year? It is estimated that this proposed budget, if approved, will result in education spending of Fifteen Thousand, Three Hundred Four Dollars ($15,304) per equalized pupil. This projected spending per equalized pupil is 11% higher than spending for the current year.