Killington Votes To Keep Town Manager

05/08/12 12:04PM By Ross Sneyd

Voters in Killington like the town manager form of government.

A petition drive led to a special election Tuesday. Voters were asked whether they wanted to keep a town manager or revert to the system where select board members play a larger role in managing town affairs.

Voters decided by a wide margin that a town manager was effective for Killington. The vote was 238 in favor of a town manager and 81 against.

Voters in Barre will be deciding the city's budget Tuesday. They rejected it at town meeting.

And in Tinmouth, voters will decide whether to continue deciding some issues from the floor of town meeting, or whether to put everything on a secret ballot.


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