The New Milford tax and spending plan will go back to the Town Council for further revisions. During yesterday's referendum, residents narrowly voted for the municipal funding, but rejected the school plan. That sent the $101.5 million package back to the drawing board. Mayor Pete Bass will be calling a special Town Council meeting tomorrow at 6:30pm. When the budget failed the first time, the Town Council decided to leave school spending in tact, in part because the state budget ended up including more funding than anticipated. Some Council members were concerned that the state aid could still be revoked.