Chris Shaw and Pat Nowak are new members of the City Council. School Board members Diane Bugbee and Martin LaLonde were also reelected to a two-year term and three-year term, respectively.


Town Meeting Voting Results

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Thursday March 07, 2013

28.04% of registered voters came to the polls in SB*

*based on 12,416 current registered voters, according to the city clerk’s office.

City

City Council Results

Pat Nowak  (2,243, 66.62%)defeated Paul Engels
(1,124, 33.38%) for a two year term.

Chris Shaw (2,268, 67.04%)  defeated Sandy Dooley (1,115, 32.96%) for
a three year term.

City Budget

City Article  II - Approval of City Budget

Passed. 1,914 (57.24%) vote  YES.
Shall the City adopt the City Council’s proposed budget for FY 2014 totaling thirty million, eight hundred and fifty seven thousand, eight hundred and seventy seven dollar ($30,857,877) of which it is estimated eleven million , eight hundred and seventy-five thousand, seven hundred and nineteen dollars ($11,875,719) will be raised by local property taxes?

 

School Board

School Board Results

School Article II - Approval of School Budget
The total proposed budget of $42,986,751 is the amount dtermined by the South Burlington School Board to be necessary to support the South Burlington School District’s educational program for the year beginning July 1st, 2013.

State law requires the vote on this budget to be divided because (i)the school district’s spending per pupil last year was more than the statewide average and (ii) this year’s proposed budget is greater than last year’s budget adjusted for inflation.


Passed.  2,128 (62.28%) vote  YES.
Part A:  Shall the voters of the South Burlington School District authorize the school board to expend $42,258,065, which is a portion of the amount the school board has determined to be necessary?


Passed. 1,880 (55.59%) vote  YES.
Part B:  If Part A is approved by the South Burlington School District voters, shall the voters of the South Burlington School District also authorize the school board to expend $728,686, which is the remainder of the amount the school board has determined to be necessary?