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City of Winooski News Updates

Posted on: March 2, 2021

[ARCHIVED] 2021 Town Meeting Day Election Results

Election Results

Total Registered Voters: 5023

Total Ballots Completed: 1082

City of Winooski


For Mayor:

Kristine Lott - 923

For Councilors:

James Duncan - 607

James McCormick - 295

Samuel Myers - 347 (recounted 3.8.21)

Dallas Wheatley - 247

Total write-in votes - 365 (recounted 3.8.21)

Article Three, City Budget: Shall the voters of the City of Winooski approve the budget for the Fiscal Year for 2022 in the amount of Eight Million, Two Hundred Thirteen Thousand, Six Hundred Ninety-Five Dollars and Thirty-Five Cents ($8,213,695.35)? The amount to be raised from property taxes is Six Million, Eighty-Five Thousand, Two Hundred and Twenty-Three Dollars and Twenty-Six Cents ($6,085,223.26).

Yes - 789

No - 269

Article Four: 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.) 

Yes - 983

No - 73

Article Five: Shall the voters of the City of Winooski permit the operation of cannabis retailers within the City of Winooski, pursuant to 7 V.S.A. §863(a)(1), and subject to such municipal ordinance and regulation as the City Council may lawfully adopt and implement?

Yes - 804

No - 262

Article Six: Shall the City of Winooski urge the State to halt F-35 training flights in a densely populated area, such as Winooski?

Yes - 723

No - 354


Winooski School District

 

For School Trustees:

Steven Berbeco, 3-year term - 847

Alexander Yin, 2-year term - 841

Kamal Dahal, remainder of 3-year term - 846

Article V: Shall the District accept and expend the sum of Three million, Twenty-six thousand, One hundred ninety-nine dollars ($3,026,199) 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.)

Yes - 995

No - 69

Article VI: Shall the voters of the school district approve the school board to expend Nineteen million, Five hundred and sixteen thousand, Two hundred and Forty dollars ($19,516,240), 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 Sixteen thousand, Six hundred and Twenty one dollars ($16,621) per equalized pupil. This projected spending per equalized pupil is 4.84% higher than spending for the current year.

Yes - 750

No - 304

Article VII: Shall the voters of the school district authorize the school board to enter into a twenty-five (25) year lease with SolarCommunities, Inc. d/b/a SunCommon, to lease portions of the roof of school property located at 60 Normand St. to SolarCommunities, Inc. d/b/a SunCommon, to install and operate a solar-powered electric generating system, pursuant to the term of the Lease Agreement and Group Net Metering Credit Agreement negotiated by the school board?

Yes - 915

No - 139


Champlain Water District

 

For Champlain Water District Commissioner, 3-year Term:

Jonathan Stockbridge - 868

Article I: Shall general obligation bonds of Champlain Water District in an amount not to exceed One Million Ninety Thousand Six Hundred Seven Dollars ($1,090,607) representing the balance of previously authorized bonded indebtedness, be issued for the purpose of funding the acquisition of various capital assets through the District's Capital Reserve Fund?

Yes - 841

No - 129

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