The Washington Island town board met three times in two weeks. During lengthy sessions, members analyzed the results of the October 16 advisory vote.
117 people turned in ballots with their preference for one of five budget “philosophies” outlined by Chairman Richard Tobey at the meeting. An overwhelming 98% of the vote was in favor of saving and planning for projects versus borrowing money, with Budget B, moving in the direction of more conservative Budget A, being the preferred budget.
Read more about the budget proposals in the Oct. 24 and Nov. 7 issues.
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