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Brookfield budget, remedial bond project vote Tuesday

Brookfield residents are voting on a budget tomorrow.  The school side is $40.4 million.  The municipal budget is proposed at $23 million. 

 

There is also a question on the ballot about authorizing $1.9 million in bonding. The money is for capital projects that were supposed to be bonded but apparently never were between 2000 and 2012. It's part of the $3.3 million bond fund discrepancy discovered in December. 

 

First Selectman Steve Dunn says he hopes there will be good voter turnout, because the town meeting went well.  He says there weren't a lot of issues brought up, and one of the shortest meetings he's attended.  He's concerned that people won't come out to vote if they like the budget because they assume it will be approved.

 

The proposed budget represents a 2.72 percent tax increase. 

 

Polls are open tomorrow from 6am to 8pm.

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