Below you’ll find a handy guide to the Town’s half of the Town Meeting Articles (the Schools half I couldn’t find; if you have it add it in the comments).
Brattleboro’s Representative Town Meeting is Saturday at the high school on Fairground Road. BCTV will be there covering the events of the day, and we’ll be streaming their signal here so you can observe and make comments from the proverbial peanut gallery.
Preliminary Motion 1 & 2 allows Town and School staff to site in the reserved section, and allows the electronic media to remain in the reserved section.
Article 10 – To act on the Auditor’s report (ie, accept it.)
Article 11 – To elect two representatives to the Capital Grant Review Board for a term of one year.
Article 12 – To authorize the Town and Town School District to employ Certified Public Accountant.
Article 13, 14, 15 – To confirm Annette Cappy as Town Clerk, John O’Connor as Town Treasurer, and Fisher and Fisher as Town Attorney for another year.
Article 16 – To elect Pam Becker, Stephen Frankel, and Jane Southworth to the Brooks Memorial Library Board of Trustees.
Article 17 – To set salaries for Town officers (Selectboard $3,000; Chair $5,000) and allow them to set salaries for other town officers.
Article 18 – To see if the Town will appropriate up to $765,000 from the Unassigned Fund Balance as of June 10, 2012 for the purpose of funding capital improvements outlined in the FY14 Capital Improvement Plan.
Article 19 – To see if the Town will appropriate up to $172,000 from the Unassigned Fund Balance as of June 30, 2012 for the purpose of replacing two compressors at the skating rink.
Article 20 – The budget. Authorizes raising and spending of $14,686,697 in FY14.
Article 21 – DID Assessment. Authorizes raising and spending of $78,000 through special assessments in the Downtown Improvement District.
Article 22 – Mountain Home Park Special Tax District. Authorizes raising and spending of $223,276.47 through special assessments in Mountain Home Park.
Article 23 – Human Services. Authorizes raising and spending $131,660 to support human service programs and facilities.
Article 24 – To raise and spend $10,000 to assist Brattleboro Climate Protection in FY14.
Article 25 – To see if the Town will designate Brattleboro as a Property Assessed Clean Energy Special Assessment District (PACE)
Article 26 – Any other business…