The Bethel Board of Finance has made revisions to the budget proposal for the coming fiscal year. The budgets last week were rejected by residents, 29 votes on the municipal side and 2 votes on the education side.
The Finance board cut $300,000 from the education spending plan and $242,000 from the municipal side. The proposed tax increase is .21 percent. The overall proposal of $70.3 million will go to a special town meeting set for Monday night.
Bethel residents will then set a date for the next referendum.