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Town of Putney, Vermont
Town
of
Putney, Vermont
2009 Town Report
For the year ended June 30, 2009
BGone But Not Forgotten b
Frank G. Wilson
1919-2009
Frank G. Wilson of Putney, Vermont died Saturday, July 25, 2009 at his home
nine days before his 90th birthday. He was born on August 2, 1919 in Warehouse Point,
Connecticut to Cassius Irving and Naomi (Darden) Wilson. He considered himself a
true Vermonter and would be quick to point out that his father had taken a temporary
job in Connecticut and he was born while his parents were out of town. He was very
proud to be a Vermonter and could trace his Windham County roots back to the mid1700’s. The family soon moved back to Vermont where he grew up on Oak Grove
Avenue in Brattleboro. He was the second oldest of 13 siblings and the keeper of the
family scrapbooks, photographs, and history. As a young man he worked with his father
at Sidney Gage Company in Gageville (North Westminster, VT) learning the basket
business. During that time he met his wife of 69 years, Constance Roby, at the 4-H
Camp in West Townsend. They were married on December 3, 1939 and soon after
purchased the West River Basket Company in Putney and founded Basketville. In 1944
he was drafted into the Navy and at the end of the war he was eager to get back to
Putney, his family, and Basketville. With the help of Senator George Aiken and a can of
maple syrup sent to the right person, he was discharged and returned to Vermont. Frank
lived his live to the fullest with endless energy. He traveled around the world buying
and selling baskets and adding to large collections of farm tools, tractors, and implements, pottery, Chrysler cars and gasoline engines.
From 1969-1972 he served in the Vermont Legislature as Chairman of the Commerce Committee. He was proud to say that he never
missed a vote. Frank and Connie enjoyed winters in Venice, Florida for nearly 50 years and helped recruit many Vermonters to that
area. Together they traveled untold miles in their RV, which was packed and ready to go at a moment’s notice. At age 69 he wrote his
autobiography and could still be found early every morning picking up his paper at the General Store before a long day clearing brush
or working with his collections.
William Darrow Jr.
1920-2009
Bill, Son of William Sr. and Ellen Darrow graduated from Putney Central
School in 1933 and from The Putney School in 1938. After receiving a degree in
horticulture from the University of Massachusetts in 1942 he served as a Lieutenant
in the United States Air Force. After the war he took over Green Mountain Orchards
(established 1914) from his father. Marrying Idolene Hegemann, together they
raised their family while expanding the farm five-fold into a large apple & blueberry
producer. Key Putneyites contributing to growing the farm included Ken Babbitt
Sr., David Hannum Sr., Robert Austin, Flora Patch, Oliver Wood, William Lyons,
William Aiken Sr., Curtiss Tuff, Polly Clapp and many others.
Bill was a long time Putney Central School Board member, leading the move
to expand the school in the mid 1960’s as Chairman of the School Board. He also
served as President of the Putney Credit Union; President of the Putney Consumers
Co-op; Trustee of The Putney School, and as Putney Town Moderator.
He was active in agriculture on a state level serving as Commissioner of
Agriculture for Governor Richard Snelling. National involvement in horticulture
included several terms as President of the National Apple Association.
An avid supporter of all things agricultural, he did his part to conserve farmland in Putney planting apple trees (about 30,000) on
several of Putney’s hill tops.
Early Voter Absentee Ballot
You don’t have to wait until Town Meeting Day to vote. Stop in at the Town Clerk’s office after February 10 during regular
office hours, to request a ballot and vote then or you may take it home and vote. You may also call or write to the Clerk and
request a ballot to be sent to you. You must return the ballot to the Clerk before the polls close at 7 P.M. on Town Meeting
Day. You may request a ballot on another voter’s behalf until 2 P.M. on Monday, March 1, 2010. Those applying for addition
to the checklist and expect to vote by mail must request a ballot no later than 5 P.M. on Wednesday, February 24, 2010, when
applications must also be at the office. 17 VSA 2144a; 17 VSA 2532a
ANNOUNCEMENTS:
The Selectboard will hold an informational Pre-Town Meeting on Wednesday, February 24, 2010, 7:00 PM at the Putney Public
Library.
The Putney Town Party is scheduled for March 20, 2010, 6:00 PM at The Putney Inn. Tickets will be available at the Town Hall.
The Town Clerk’s office does VT DMV registration RENEWALS. The hours for renewals are 9AM – 2PM, Monday, Wednesday,
Thursday and Friday.
The Town of Putney Audit for the Fiscal Year ending June 30, 2009 is available at the Town Hall and on the municipal website: www.
putneyvt.org
The FOX Nature Program will, once again, be serving delicious hot soup, locally baked bread and Grafton cheddar cheese during
break at Town Meeting. Please plan to stay for lunch and support this valuable program. There will be a suggested donation of $5.00
for lunch. Also, we will have a bake sale table serving hot coffee, tea, cider, desserts and, later in the day, left over soup to take home
for dinner. We appreciate your support!
ARE YOU IN NEED OF AFFORDABLE HOME REPAIRS?
The Southeastern Vermont Rehab Loan Fund provides loans to low and moderate income homeowners in Windham
and Windsor counties to make repairs necessary to bring their homes up to code and make them safe places to live. A staff
Rehabilitation specialist inspects your home for health and safety issues and determines what repairs are necessary. Then, we
help you plan your project by getting quotes from reliable contractors. Finally, we finance the project at a low interest loan,
depending on your income level. As you repay your loan, your payments are returned to the fund, making them available for
future homeowners in need of home repair. For more information or to see if you are eligible, visit www.windhamhousingtrust.
org or call Windham Housing Trust at 802-254-4604 ext 116.
FRONT COVER: Thank you to Deborah Lazar, www.artworking.com
PICTURES: Pictures throughout the report were contributed by Matt Mabry, Lyssa Papazian, Tom Jamison, and Chris Ryan.
–Thank you!
emergency information
FIRE (MUTUAL AID).............................................................................. 911
MEDICAL (RESCUE, INC.)................................................................... 911
POLICE (WINDHAM COUNTY SHERIFF)........................................ 911
POLICE TTD........................................................................................... 911
STATE POLICE....................................................................................... 911
Fire (non-emergency).......................................................................387-4372
Mutual Aid (non-emergency)............................................... 1-603-352-1291
Rescue, Inc. (non-emergency).........................................................257-7679
Windham County Sheriff (non-emergency)..................................365-4942
Household Emergency Planning, Thomas Goddard....................387-4372
ANIMAL RABIES/REGISTRATION CLINIC
A clinic will be held at the Fire Station on Saturday, March
6, 2010 from 9 AM to Noon. Ben Dow will administer rabies
shots. There will be a fee. The Town Clerk will also register
dogs. Regular fees will be charged. Rabies certificates are good
for 36 months over 12 months old; under 12 months of age a 1
year vaccination is given.
All dogs/wolf hybrids 6 months or older shall be licensed
every year on or before April 1. The following fees apply:
Before April 1:
Spayed/Neutered…..........$4.00
Female or Male…………$8.00
Plus State of Vermont Assessment Fee
rabies Alert
Rabies is a disease that can kill animals and people.
After April 1:
Spayed/Neutered………..$6.00
Female or Male…………$12.00
............................. $4.00 license.
There will be a surcharge to fund a dog control program of
$5/dog for the first dog registered to an owner and $2.50 for each
additional dog registered to the same owner.
May 4, 2008
* Vermont law requires rabies shots for all CATS and DOGS.
* Rabies shots help protect pets and pet owners from rabies.
* Enjoy wildlife from a safe distance. Remember, rabid
animals have been found in all Vermont counties.
Questions?
Call the Vermont Rabies Hotline
1-800-472-2437
2009 Putney Town Report
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Town Information
Town Officers.............................................................................. 6
Meeting Dates/Office Hours/Phone Numbers............................ 7
Water Resources Map............................................................... 14
town financial statements
Auditor Report............................................................................ 8
Statement of Assets – 2009......................................................... 9
Cemetery Funds........................................................................ 10
Division of Taxes...................................................................... 10
Grand List Abstract................................................................... 11
Employee Wage Summary........................................................ 11
Edwald Fund............................................................................. 12
Sewer User Fees Late Sewer & Water...................................... 12
Delinquent Real Estate Taxes................................................... 13
Accounting of Delinquent Taxes............................................... 13
Putney Long Term Debt............................................................ 15
Water Fund Budget................................................................... 16
Sewer Fund Budget Comparison.............................................. 17
Sewer Fund Capital Replacement............................................. 17
General Fund Budget Comparison............................................ 18
Social Service Agency Contributions....................................... 22
Capital Replacement Plan......................................................... 23
town boards and organizations
Putney Selectboard.................................................................... 24
Development Review Board..................................................... 24
Affordable Housing Committee................................................ 24
Listers........................................................................................ 25
Connecticut River Joint Commissions...................................... 25
Cemetery Commission.............................................................. 25
Putney Conservation Commission............................................ 25
Putney Fire Department............................................................ 26
Planning Commission............................................................... 26
Putney Cares, Inc...................................................................... 28
Putney Community Center........................................................ 28
Putney Public Library............................................................... 28
Putney Public Library Financial Report................................... 27
Putney Family Services............................................................. 29
Putney Gun Club....................................................................... 29
Putney Historical Society.......................................................... 29
Putney Mountain Association................................................... 30
Putney Recreation League........................................................ 30
Town Energy Coordinator......................................................... 31
Putney Energy Committee........................................................ 31
Reports of County-wide Organizations
AIDS Project of Southern Vermont.......................................... 32
Brattleboro Area Hospice ......................................................... 32
Brattleboro Drop-In-Center...................................................... 32
Connecticut River Transit......................................................... 32
Council on Aging for Southeastern Vermont............................ 33
Gathering Place......................................................................... 33
Green Mountain RSVP............................................................. 33
HCRS........................................................................................ 34
Morningside House................................................................... 33
Rescue, Inc................................................................................ 34
Southeastern Vermont Community Action............................... 34
Vermont Adult Learning/Windham County.............................. 35
VNA & Hospice of VT & NH.................................................. 35
Windham Child Care Association............................................. 35
Windham County Humane Society........................................... 35
Windham County Reads........................................................... 36
Windham Regional Commission.............................................. 36
Windham Solid Waste Management District............................ 37
Youth Services.......................................................................... 37
putney town school district
School Board/Principal’s Report............................................... 38
Superintendent’s Report............................................................ 39
Enrollment................................................................................. 40
Central School Staff.................................................................. 40
Treasurer’s Financial Report..................................................... 41
Capital Improvement Fund....................................................... 41
School Forest Fund................................................................... 41
School Meals Program.............................................................. 41
Town School Proposed Revenue.............................................. 42
Proposed Budget Summary...................................................... 42
Proposed Budget....................................................................... 43
Capital Plan............................................................................... 49
3yr. Comparison........................................................................ 50
School Debt Retirement............................................................ 51
WSESU Revenue and Expense Summary................................ 52
Special Education Aid Distribution.......................................... 53
WSESU Sub Grants.................................................................. 53
vital statistics
Marriage Statistics 2009........................................................... 54
Birth Statistics 2009.................................................................. 55
Death Statistics 2009................................................................. 55
minutes and warningS
Minutes of the 2009 Putney Town and School District
Meeting of March 3, 2009.................................................. 56
Warning for 2010 Putney Town and Putney School
District Meeting.................................................................. 59
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2009 Putney Town Report
Town information
Town Officers – 2009
Elected Positions
Auditors:
Mary Jones, 1 year term (appointed 2009). . . . . . . . . . . . . to March 2010
Valerie Harlow, 3 year term . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . to March 2011
Vacant, 3 year term. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . to March 2012
Cemetery Commissioners:
Emily McAdoo, 2 year term. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . to March 2010
Kathleen Lawrence, 3 year term. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . to March 2011
Vacant, 3 year term. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . to March 2012
Collector of Delinquent Taxes: Jill Garland,
3 year term . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . to March 2012
Grand Jurors:
William Graham, Judy Hannum, 1 year terms. . . . . . . . . to March 2010
Positions Appointed by Selectboard
BCTV Representative: Vacant, 1 year term . . . . . . . . . . . to March 2010
Community Advisory Board Rep.:
Bradley King, 1 year term. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . to March 2010
Conservation Commission:
Ann Kerry, 3 year term . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
William Fitzgerald, 3 year term . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Meghan Houlihan, 3 year term. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Pamela Cubbage, Chair, 3 year term. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Jacquie Walker, 3 year term . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Kathryn Karmen, 3 year term. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Andrea Darrow, 3 year term. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Tim Ragle, 3 year term. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Vacant, 3 year term. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
to March 2010
to March 2010
to March 2010
to March 2011
to March 2011
to March 2011
to March 2012
to March 2012
to March 2012
Justices of the Peace:
Karen Gustafson, Elizabeth Christie,
Alan Blood, Hester Caldwell, Margaret Cassidy,
Anne Fines, Eva Mondon, Nancy Olson,
Jacquie Walker, Carol Westing. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . all to February 2011
Council on Aging Representative:
Elizabeth Stead, 1 year term. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . to March 2010
Library Trustees:
Sarah Baker, 2 year term (resigned). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Hester Caldwell, 2 year term . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Nita Harrison, 2 year term . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Mary Lou Treat, 2 year term. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Paul Levasseur, 2 year term . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Randy Smith, 2 year term. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Chris Osgood, 2 year term . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Gay Foster, 2 year term. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Louise Papowitz, 2 year term. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Mary Alice Herbert, 2 year term. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . to March 2010
to March 2010
to March 2010
to March 2011
to March 2011
to March 2011
to March 2011
to March 2011
to March 2011
to March 2011
Dist. 13 Ambulance Committee Rep.:
Thomas Goddard, 1 year term . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . to March 2010
Listers:
Susan ‘Sissy’ Heller, 2 year term . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Jonathan Wright, 3 year term (resigned 2009). . . . . . . . . Kathleen O’Reilly Lawrence, (appointed 2009). . . . . . . . Ruby S. McAdoo, (appointed 2009). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . to March 2010
to March 2011
to March 2010
to March 2010
Moderator: Peter F. May, 1 year term. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . to March 2010
School Directors:
Benjamin Cragin, Chair, 3 year term . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Matt Dall, 3 year term, . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Anne Fines, 3 year term . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Virginia Scholl, 1 year term . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Pauline Baumberger, 1 year term. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . to March 2010
to March 2011
to March 2012
to March 2010
to March 2010
Selectpeople:
Bradley King, Chair, 3 year term . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . to March 2010
Joshua Laughlin, Clerk, 3 year term . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . to March 2011
R. Scott Henry, Vice-Chair, 3 year term . . . . . . . . . . . . . to March 2012
Town Agent: William Graham, 1 year term. . . . . . . . . . . to March 2010
Town Clerk: Anita Coomes, 3 year term. . . . . . . . . . . . . to March 2011
Treasurer, Town & School District:
Anita Coomes, 3 year term. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . to March 2011
Union School Director: R. Scott Henry, 3 year term . . . to March 2012
CT Joint River Commission Representative:
2 Vacancies . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . to March 2010
Rescue Inc. Town Representative:
Wayne Wagenbach, 1 year term. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . to March 2010
Energy Coordinator: Daniel Hoviss, 1 year term . . . . . to March 2010
Fence Viewer: Gene Litch, R. Scott Henry,
Sissy Heller, 1 year terms. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . to March 2010
First Constable: William Graham, 1 year term. . . . . . . . to March 2010
Health Officer: Thomas Goddard, 3 year term . . . . . . . . to March 2010
Deputy Health Officer: Town Manager
Development Review Board:
Phillip Bannister, Chair, 3 year term. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Jim Sweitzer, 3 year term. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Sidney Wolf, 3 year term . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Robert Olson, 3 year term. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Mary Heller Osgood, 3 year term. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Randi Ziter, 3 year term . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Mark Bowen, 3 year term. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Hildamarie Hendricks, 3 year term. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Carl Noe, 3 year term. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Peter Loomis, Alternate, 1 year term . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . to March 2010
to March 2010
to March 2010
to March 2011
to March 2011
to March 2011
to March 2012
to March 2012
to March 2012
to March 2010
Planning Commission:
Phillip Bannister, Chair, 3 year term. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Kate Dodge, 3 year term. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Mary Heller Osgood, 3 year term. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Robert Olson, 3 year term. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Jim Sweitzer, 3 year term. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Randi Ziter, 3 year term . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Casey Murrow, 3 year term. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . to March 2010
to March 2010
to March 2011
to March 2011
to March 2012
to March 2012
to March 2012
Surveyor of Wood & Lumber:
Frank Wilson, 1 year term (deceased) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . to March 2010
Town Service Officer: Lyssa Papazian. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . to April 2010
Tree Warden: William Harlow, 1 year term . . . . . . . . . . to March 2010
2009 Putney Town Report
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Town information (continued)
Town Officers – 2009
Weigher of Coal: David Hannum, 1 year term. . . . . . . . to March 2010
Poundkeeper: Windham County Humane Society
Windham Regional Commission Representatives:
Paul Peterson, 1 year term . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . to March 2010
Vacant, 1 year term. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . to March 2010
Director of Public Works: Dennis Wilson
WSWMD Representative:
Pamela Cubbage, 1 year term. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . to March 2010
WSWMD Rep. alternate:
Daniel Toomey, 1 year term . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . to March 2010
Emergency Management Director: Thomas Goddard
Fire Chief: Thomas Goddard
Assistant Fire Chief: Chris Fellows
Affordable Housing Committee: Jim Olivier, Josh Laughlin, Phillip
Bannister, Lyssa Papazian, Mike Mrowicki, Rebecca Coffey, Mark
Schlefer, Kim Sullivan, Eva Mondon, Francis Temple
Animal Advisory Board: Sandra Hartley, Honey Loring
Town Manager: Christopher Ryan
White Whitney Fund Oversight Committee:
Steve Haisley, Chair, Kathleen Bartlett, Mike Mrowicki, Judy Hannum,
Miriam Honsaker, Mary King, Susan Howes
Water & Wastewater Facilities Operator: Simon Operation
Services, Inc.
Forest Fire Warden: Russ Ellis
Zoning Administrator: Christopher Ryan
Assistant Forest Fire Warden: Mark Fellows
State Representatives: David Deen, Michael Mrowicki
Fund Review Committee: Selectpeople
State Senators: Peter Shumlin, Jeanette White
Animal Control Officer: Anne Eddy (resigned)
MEETING DATES & CONTACT INFORMATION
Town of Putney
Selectboard.....................................................................387-5862
Meets every other Wednesday at 6 PM in Town Hall
unless otherwise posted
Town Clerk/Treasurer, Anita Coomes..........................387-5862
Mon, Wed, Thurs, Fri: 9AM – 2 PM
Sat: 9AM – Noon
Wed: 7PM – 9PM
Town Manager/Zoning Admin., Chris Ryan................387-5862
Mon – Fri: 9AM – 4PM
Planning Commission, Phillip Bannister, Chair..........387-4358
Meets first Tuesday each month at 7PM in Town Hall
Development Review Board,
Phillip Bannister, Chair...................................387-4358
Meets third Tuesday each month at 7PM in Town Hall
(as needed)
Conservation Commission, Pamela Cubbage, Chair...387-2338
Meets third Thursday each month at 7PM in Town Hall
Listers ...........................................................................387-5862
Available Mondays, Fridays, and by appointment
Highway Department, Dennis Wilson..........................387-5730
Director of Public Works
Fire Department,
Thomas Goddard (call for burn permits).........387-4372
Fire Chief, Emergency Management Director, Health &
Zoning Officer
Wastewater Treatment Plant, Joe Tetreault.................387-4345
Simon Operation Services
Deputy Health Officer....................................................387-5862
Putney Public Library...................................................387-4407
Mon – Fri: 10:30AM – 6PM
Sat: 10AM – 1PM
Sun: Closed
WSWMD Convenience Center,
Old Ferry Rd, Brattleboro................................257-0272
Access permits cost $15 and can be purchased at the
scale house at the facility
Mon – Fri: 8AM – 3:30PM
Sat: 8AM - Noon
Municipal Website.........................................www.putneyvt.org
View announcements, documents, contact information etc.
PUTNEY SCHOOL DISTRICT
Putney Central School Principal, Amelia Stone..........387-5521
Mon – Fri: 8AM – 4PM
Putney Central School Board:
Meets second and fourth Thursday of each month,
4:30PM at Putney Central School
Brattleboro Union High School Board:
Meets first and third Mondays each month, 7PM,
WRCC Cusick Conference Room
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The Select Board
Town of Putney, Vermont
2009 Putney Town Report
Auditor Report
The AICPA Auditing Standards Board has issued
Statement on Auditing Standards (SAS) No. 114, The Auditor’s
Communication With Those Charged With Governance, to provide
a framework for the auditor’s communication with those charged
with governance of an audited entity and to identify some specific
matters to be communicated. The term “those charged with
governance” means the persons with responsibility for overseeing
the strategic direction of the entity and obligations related to the
accountability of the entity, for example, the Selectboard or a
designated Board officer or committee. This statement is effective
for audits of financial statements for periods beginning on or after
December 15, 2006.
SAS No. 114 requires us to communicate with you any
matters related to the financial statement audit that are, in
our professional judgment, significant and relevant to your
responsibilities in overseeing the financial reporting process. SAS
No. 114 also sets the expectation that our communication will be
two way, and that the Board or their designee will communicate
with us matters you consider relevant to the audit. Such matters
might include strategic decisions that may significantly affect the
nature, timing, and extent of audit procedures.
This letter summarizes those matters which we are required
by professional standards to communicate to you in your oversight
responsibility for the Town’s financial reporting process.
Auditor’s Responsibility under Professional Standards
Our responsibility under generally accepted auditing
standards was described in our arrangement letter dated May
28, 2009. Auditors are responsible for forming and expressing
opinions about whether the financial statements of the Town
are presented fairly, in all material respects, in conformity with
generally accepted accounting principles.
An Overview of the Planned Scope and Timing of the Audit
The scope of the audit was also described in our arrangement
letter dated May 28, 2009. The audit was conducted in September
and October 2009; Drafts of the financial statements and reports
were sent on November 13, 2009.
Accounting Practices
• Adoption of, or Change in, Accounting Policies
Management has ultimate responsibility for the appropriateness
of the accounting policies used by the Town. The Town did
not adopt any significant new accounting policies nor have
there been any changes in existing significant accounting
policies during the current period.
•
ignificant or Unusual Transactions
S
We did not identify any significant or unusual transactions
or accounting policies in controversial or emerging areas for
which there is a lack of authoritative guidance or consensus.
•
lternative Treatments Discussed with Management
A
We did not discuss with management any alternative
treatments within generally accepted accounting principles
for accounting policies and practices related to material items.
Accounting Estimates
Accounting estimates are an integral part of the preparation
of financial statements and are based upon management’s current
judgment. The process used by management encompasses their
knowledge and experience about past and current events and
certain assumptions about future events. The significant accounting
estimates reflected in the Town’s 2009 financial statements are
deferred property taxes and depreciation expense.
Audit Adjustments
During the audit we proposed four adjustments to the general
ledger account balances provided for audit; several of those
adjustments were prepared with the assistance of Town accounting
personnel.
Management accepted the proposed adjustments and
those changes are reflected in the 2009 financial statements.
The effects of these adjustments were (1) to record interest
credited on certificates of deposit for the cemetery fund, (2) to
record depreciation of infrastructure assets, (3) to defer revenue
recognition of uncollected property taxes, and (4) to eliminate an
old deficit in the grants fund.
Disagreements with Management
We encountered no disagreements with management over
the application of significant accounting principles, the basis for
management’s judgments on any significant matters, the scope of
the audit, the significant disclosures to be included in the financial
statements, or other matters.
Consultations with Other Accountants
We are not aware of any consultations that management
may have had with other accountants about accounting or auditing
matters.
Significant Issues Discussed with Management
We did not have correspondence with management regarding
significant issues arising from the audit. We have discussed
accounting matters relating to the Town’s accounting estimates,
audit adjustments, school payments, and various other transactions.
Difficulties Encountered in Performing the Audit
We did not encounter any difficulties during the audit.
Material Weaknesses
We identified no material weaknesses in the Town’s system
of internal control during our audit of the financial statements.
Certain Written Communications between Management and
Our Firm
Management provided written representations in connection
with the audit in a letter to our firm dated December 29, 2009. A
copy of the letter is available upon your request.
Very truly yours,
Mudgett, Jennett & Krogh-Wisner, P.C.
The audit for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2009 is
available at the Town Hall and on the website. www.putneyvt.org
Page 9
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tOWN Financial Statements
Statement of Assets -June 30, 2009
(Exclusive of Putney School District)
Buildings
Town Hall
Town Garage
Town Salt Shed
Town Hall Storage Building
Highway Garage Roof
Town Hall Electrical Upgrade
Fire Station New
Library
Sewer Plant, Pump Stations & Land
Machine & Equipment
Radio Base Station
Misc. Fire Equipment
Engine 1- 2006 E-One Pumper
Engine 2-1994 E-One
Engine 3-1999 E-One
Brush Truck 1962 Dodge
Ladder Truck 1973
Rescue Truck 1988
Rescue Vehicle 2004
2009 Ford F-350 Brush
Thermal Imager
Scott air packs
Scott-Carbon cyl. & valve 2216
CET Portable Pump
Motorola Portable radios
Tools/ Equipment/ Parts
Screen Plant 1/2 Interest
Crushing Plant 1/2 Interest
No.1 Dump Truck 2008 Mack
2008 Mack dump body/ plow/ hitch No.2 Mack Truck 2005
Dump Truck Accessories 2005
No. 3 Dump Truck-2002 Mack
No. 4 Dump Truck-2000 Sterling
No. 5 2003 Ford F-350 PU w/ Plow No. 6 2008 Ford PU S-Duty F-550
Loader 2000 Kawasaki
Backhoe 2002 John Deere
Tractor/ Mower 2001 John Deere
Sidewalk Tractor-trackless
Brush Leaf Collector
Tractor 1991
Volvo Grader
Yellow Safety Cabinet
Saw 357 XD
2002 Tractor/ Loader-John Deere
Kohler 80 REOZJB Diesel Generator
Homa pump at Landmark
Homa pump at Sewer Plant
Portable Test Meter
Leak Detector
Pump-21 GPD;150PSI
1992 Chevy S10 Truck
Department
Town Hall
Highway
Highway
Highway
Highway
Town Hall
Fire
Library
Sewer
Cost
218,300
137,900
33,380
11,500
29,918
6,100
1,009,564
721,228
855,500
Depreciation 218,300
137,900
6,065
11,500
8,352
1,704
72,352
66,112
685,826
Value June 30, 2009
0
0
27,315
0
21,566
4,396
937,212
655,116
169,674
Fire
Fire
Fire
Fire
Fire
Fire
Fire
Fire
Fire
Fire
Fire
Fire
Fire
Fire
Fire
Highway
Highway
Highway
Highway
Highway
Highway
Highway
Highway
Highway
Highway
Highway
Highway
Highway
Highway
Fire
Highway
Highway
Highway
Highway
Highway
Sewer
Sewer
Sewer
Sewer
Water
Water
Water
Sewer
2,520
52,000
229,938
214,308
204,278
3,780
30,000
55,000
23,276
29,143
10,399
8,480
1,520
1,225
6,240
32,000
17,100
16,250
78,463
43,998
51,775
30,290
91,060
73,399
37,213
68,088
112,220
77,650
49,890
19,820
14,450
26,164
170,000
1,005
534
16,775
15,900
5,269
2,461
1,515
2,950
580
3,885
2,520
52,000
42,155
214,308
204,278
3,780
28,750
33,917
10,669
1,700
5,806
3,109
557
490
2,288
32,000
17,100
16,250
15,693
8,433
25,456
14,640
73,607
73,399
20,777
6,809
67,330
55,002
40,328
19,820
5,649
11,991
43,917
335
178
12,723
8,878
1,273
287
606
1,131
184
3,885
0
0
187,783
0
0
0
1,250
21,084
12,607
27,443
4,593
5,371
963
735
3,952
0
0
0
62,770
35,565
26,319
15,650
17,453
0
16,436
61,279
44,890
22,648
9,562
0
8,801
14,173
126,083
670
356
4,052
7,023
3,995
2,174
909
1,819
397
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Page 10
2009 Putney Town Report
Statement of Assets -June 30, 2009
(Exclusive of Putney School District)
Infrastructure
Dam & Water Rights
Route 5 Culvert
Pool Improvements
Sewer Plant
Water System
Infrastructure
Land
26 Acres-Bear Hill Road
.58 Acres-Mill Street
Andrews Pastures/ Putney Mountain
5.083 acres Putney Rec League
Beatrice Aiken Preserve
Land
Office Equipment
Office Equipment
Computer System
Computer System
Safe & Vault
Phone System
Konica Minolta Copier
Contents, books, equip, misc
Lab & Maintenance Equipment
Infrastructure
Infrastructure
Infrastructure
Sewer
Water
Infrastructure
8,000
48,652
228,622
1,540,897
2,881,189
293,610
8,000
48,652
9,515
95,022
188,553
9,515
0
0
219,107
1,445,875
2,692,636
284,095
Land
Land
Land
Land Land
Water
30,000
8,000
50,300
7,625
23,700
21,400
0
0
0
0
0
0
30,000
8,000
50,300
7,625
23,700
21,400
Town Hall
Town Hall
Town Hall
Town Hall
Town Hall
Town Hall
Library
Sewer
14,400
1,800
1,800
13,500
3,675
3,000
32,500
40,000
14,400
1,800
1,800
13,500
3,368
1,200
32,500
40,000
0
0
0
0
307
1,800
0
0
Total
10,208,871
2,859,945
7,348,926
Town of putney
cemetery funds
Balance June 30, 2008
Town General Fund
Sale of Cemetery Plot
Interest & Dividends
Investment profit/loss
Cemetery Maintenance
Balance June 30, 2009
DIVISION OF TAXES
DIVISION OF TAXES
$31,053
3,500
900
1,763
(1,002)
(4,830)
$31,384
Non-Residential Education
Homestead Education
Fourth Tax Rate
Town Tax
Total
Late HS 131 Penalty
RATE
1.4539
1.5084
0.0072
0.5344
October 12, 2009- School Forest Day- Ceremonial planting of the Liberty Elm Tree at Putney Central School.
The elm was donated by the Elm Research Institute of Keene, NH. and planted in honor of Steve Anderson
and Anne Fines for their roles on the School Forest Committee.
RAISES
1,420,643
1,773,078
15,490
1,149,693
4,358,904
199
4,359,104
Page 11
2009 Putney Town Report
ABSTRACT
OF THEOF
GRAND
LIST
OF THE LIST
TOWN OF
OF PUTNEY:
APRIL 1,
2008
ABSTRACT
THE
GRAND
THE TOWN
OF
PUTNEY: APRIL 1,
Real Estate
No.of
Parcels
Residential I
Residential II
Mobile Homes -U
Mobile Homes - L
Vacation I
Vacation II
Commercial
Commercial Apartments
Industrial
Utilities - E
Utilities - O
Farm
Other
Woodland
Miscellaneous
Totals
Cable
Total Taxable Property
Total Grand List
Total Non-Taxable Parcels
Special Exemptions
385
307
29
42
12
11
60
10
1
3
0
9
0
85
33
987
Municipal LV
(taxable)
Education LV
(taxable)
Homestead
72,079,500
99,283,700
343,100
2,942,900
781,200
1,633,500
18,052,400
4,337,600
1,103,500
3,366,700
0
2,767,000
0
6,908,700
2,431,400
216,031,200
47,711,128
64,400,076
211,624
1,958,600
0
151,900
526,790
333,400
0
0
0
865,700
0
0
185,700
116,344,918
216,031,200
2,160,312
116,344,918
1,163,449
Education LV
(taxable)
NonResidential
24,368,372
34,883,624
131,476
984,300
781,200
1,481,600
18,595,010
3,869,620
1,103,500
3,366,700
0
1,901,300
0
6,908,700
2,245,700
100,621,102
256,900
100,878,002
1,008,780
Total
Educational LV
(taxable)
72,079,500
99,283,700
343,100
2,942,900
781,200
1,633,500
19,121,800
4,203,020
1,103,500
3,366,700
0
2,767,000
0
6,908,700
2,431,400
216,966,020
256,900
217,222,920
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EMPLOYEE WAGE SUMMARY
July 1, 2008 - June 30, 2009
Wages
Public Safety/Works/Recreation
271,801
Town Hall Administration
49,854
Town Manager
56,980
Elected Officials:
Collector of Delinquent Taxes, Jill Garland
Lister, Susan B. Heller
12,302
Lister, Jonathan Wright
1,556
Lister, James Howard
172
Lister, Kathleen O’Reilly Lawrence
768
Selectperson, Bradley King
1,200
Selectperson, Joshua Laughlin
1,200
Selectperson, R. Scott Henry
1,200
Town Clerk, Anita M. Coomes
23,580
Treasurer, Anita M. Coomes
19,308
2008
Fees
14,363
Page 12
2009 Putney Town Report
EDWALD FUND BUDGET 2010-2011
Estimated Balance - June 30, 2008
Proposed Expenses 2008-09
Library Budget
Capital Fund
TE Sidewalk Grant Match
$25,538
4,000
10,000
3,000
Estimated Balance - July 1, 2008
$8,538
Revenue Received 2008-09
Edwald Trust - December 2008
Estimated Balance - June 30, 2009
Proposed Expenses 2009-10
Library Budget
4,000
Capital Fund
10,000
$14,371
$22,909
Estimated Balance - July 1, 2009
Revenue Received 2009-10
Edwald Trust - December 2009
$8,909
Estimated Balance - June 30, 2010
$12,546
$21,455
Estimated Balance - July 1, 2010
$7,455
Proposed Expenses 2010-11
Library budget
Capital Fund
4,000
10,000
Late Sewer and Water Users
Total Due June 30, 2009
ATFFC, LLC
Compass Properties, LLC
Cross, Robert
Cyrus, Jacob
Hendricks, Nathaniel
Hudson, Michael
Jenkins, Jay
Jenkins, Jay
Madow, Neil
Madow, Neil
McCliment, James & Jeanne
Murray, Gail
Olson, Robert & Victoria
Peyton, Malcolm, C.
RK Wright Properties, Inc.
Schrull, Robert
Simonds, Ronald & Martha
Snell, Samantha
Stockwell, Michael
Tuff, Curtis & Christine
Tuff, Curtis & Christine
Warner, Elizabeth & David
Zellmer, James
Zellmer, James
Miscellaneous Interest
Total
(F) Full Payment
(P) Partial Payment
Construction of the General Store roof after the 1st fire
4,538.38
12,596.57
289.92 657.25
190.37
4,711.90 1,267.36
560.70 623.50
188.15
6,997.67 1,490.33 87.72 151.13 2,438.39 4,671.41 87.72 1,495.80
1,291.44
1,017.06
471.48
891.28 382.90 729.36 16.94
47,844.73
P
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Delinquent Taxes - June 30, 2009
DELINQUENT TAXES - JUNE 30, 2009
Payment
Partial
(P) Full
(F)
2008
Lawrence Lane Trust
7,205.75
Al-Tawheed Masjid
846.09
Amidon, Louisa
F
2,021.44
Antonowicz, Edward
F
719.85
Bobrow, Marc
F
443.63
Brookside Camping
181.59
Brookside Camping
712.39
Brookside Camping
8,706.37
Caviola, John
Compass Properties
P
7,802.54
Connors, Kevin
101.77
Cormier, Raymond
P
370.28
Cyrus, Jacob
1,111.49
Dewdney, Ron
F
2,955.34
Doyle, John, Sr
Ellis, Holly
4,020.93
Emmons, Sarah
F
3,360.42
Gonyea, Gilbert
F
10.60
Haddad, Jason
F
1,117.28
Hasskarl, Karen
F
320.91
Hassler, Lorraine
117.48
Hendricks, Nathaniel
F
3,240.69
Hendricks, Nathaniel
F
15,728.53
Hendricks, Nathaniel
F
1,596.40
Hewitt, Ada Susan
119.06
Howes, Jerome
1,581.77
Kennett, Richard
1,804.76
Lawlor, Mary
3,290.58
Loomis/ K. Bauer
F
170.95
Loomis, Peter
F
572.25
Madow, Neil
F
1,915.68
Martin/ K. Fletcher
F
464.95
McMahon, Kevin
F
1,317.03
Mech, Duane
1,407.67
Meyer, Thomas
5,511.57
Moyer, Joseph
F
191.58
Murray, Gail
F
62.42
Phillips, Gregory
3,458.65
Prescott, Lee
2,250.92
Radomski, David
F
1,252.09
Rayno, Raymond
717.67
Rebaudo, Anthony
F
30.00
Rounds, Janice
155.50
SBA/ Tel Operating
F
3,833.35
Schrull, Robert
F
1,261.15
Schrull, Robert
P
3,558.80
Schultz, Ruth
F
4.45
Seward, Anna
F
592.67
Shaw, William
187.96
Siggins, Charles
P
854.88
Stetson Enterprises
F
6,396.41
Stockwell, Michael
P
2,925.58
Stockwell, Nancy
907.95
Stockwell, Nancy
4,078.80
Stockwell, Paul
Tefft, Alice
F
788.35
Tefft, Duane
F
Tipperary
1,333.00
Vaine, Jacqueline
490.11
Van Iderstine, Peter
P
1,746.06
Vermont Culinary
5,633.30
Vivian, Robert, Jr
2,552.36
Warriner, Donald
107.76
Wheeler, Ronald
F
462.55
Winter, Jerry
530.95
Woikow, Igor
F
192.43
Wood, Robert
P
858.58
128,264.32
Balance Due July 1, 2008
New Delinquents 2009
Collected
2003
2004
2005
2006
2007
2008
Total Collected
Abatements
Balance due June 30, 2009
Note: No taxes due for 2005
2007
2006
771.17
737.55
2004
2003
Total
7,205.75
2,354.81
2,021.44
719.85
443.63
181.59
712.39
8,706.37
1,544.80
1,544.80
7,802.54
101.77
370.28
1,111.49
2,955.34
822.37
822.37
4,020.93
3,360.42
134.34
144.94
1,117.28
320.91
117.48
3,240.69
15,728.53
1,596.40
119.06
1,581.77
1,804.76
3,290.58
170.95
572.25
1,915.68
464.95
1,317.03
1,407.67
5,511.57
191.58
62.42
3,458.65
2,250.92
1,252.09
717.67
30.00
155.50
3,833.35
1,261.15
3,558.80
4.45
592.67
187.96
854.88
6,396.41
959.21
3,884.79
907.95
4,078.80
1,786.95 1,957.24 3,744.19
788.35
482.71
482.71
1,333.00
490.11
704.76
2,450.82
5,633.30
2,552.36
107.76
462.55
163.63
694.58
192.43
858.58
3,081.48 3,239.06 1,786.95 1,957.24 138,329.05
109,579.91
220,376.94
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81,802.47
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2009 Putney Town Report
Putney Long-Term Debt
The Town of Putney has the following long term debt obligations in FY11:
Project
Amount
Term
Water System
Sewer Upgrade
Fire Station
Fire Truck (E-One)
Road Grader - Volvo
Road Grader - Volvo
Gravel Pit
Mack Truck 2008
VMERS
Ford Truck 2008
1,500,000
750,000
800,000
230,000
137,155
32,845
125,000
121,000
28,000
53,000
30 yrs
30 yrs
20 yrs
10 yrs
10 yrs
5 yrs
5 yrs
5 yrs
5 yrs
4 yrs
* Declining Payment - $40,850 in 2026
A. M. Corser Store
Date
Issued
Yearly
Payment
Interest
Rate
11/10/04
8/25/06
4/17/06
10/20/06
10/20/06
10/20/06
10/20/06
6/1/08
6/8/09
6/8/09
78,300
44,476
67,200 *
28,891
17,229
7,160
27,250
20,784
6,160
14,244
4.250%
4.250%
4.250%
4.375%
4.375%
4.500%
4.500%
2.750%
2.500%
2.500%
Page 16
2009 Putney Town Report
Water Fund Budget - FY 2010-2011
(As Simons Operations Service Contract)
WATER FUND BUDGET - FY11 (2010-2011)
REVENUES
2501-00
User fees -Bond Only
2502-00
User fees -Total System
2521-00
Penalties and Interest
2590-01
Surplus funds
2591-00
Miscellaneous
TOTAL REVENUES
FY09
BUDGET
78,350
38,620
0
0
0
116,970
FY09
ACUTAL
103,694
29,477
4,202
0
10,028
147,401
FY10
BUDGET
78,350
42,855
0
0
0
121,205
FY11
(Proposed)
BUDGET
78,350
42,500
0
0
0
120,850
3,200
14,420
3,500
3,800
1,200
0
26,120
1,992
15,792
2,116
4,314
1,472
181
25,867
4,500
14,855
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5,000
2,500
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3,500
15,300
2,500
5,000
2,500
200
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0.0%
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7,500
78,350
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7,500
78,350
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0.0%
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90,850
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109,249
121,205
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0.0%
0.0%
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EXPENDITURES
Maintenance
6400-21
6400-25
6400-60
6400-62
6400-68
6400-81
Operation Supplies
Contracted Service (Simons
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Electricity/heat
Repairs
(Simons Oper. Svc.)
Telephone
Subtotal
Payments
6400-89
Cap. Reserve
6400-90
Bond Payment
6400-92
Municipal Assessment
(billing, accounting, insurance, admin.)
Subtotal
TOTAL EXPENDITURES
Putney Highway Garage
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2009 Putney Town Report
Sewer
SEWER FUND BUDGET FY11
(20010-11)Fund
Budget Comparison 2010-2011
FY09
FY09
BUDGET
ACTUAL
REVENUES
2501-00 User Fees
2511-00 General Fund
2521-00 Penalties & Interest
2531-00 Credits
2590-00 Surplus Funds
2502-00 Miscellaneous
2930-00 Interest Income
TOTAL REVENUES
%
FY10
FY11
BUDGET
BUDGET
(Proposed)
%
127,630
50,000
1,500
0
127,777
50,000
3,713
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0%
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131,000
50,000
1,500
132,910
45,000
3,000
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100%
0
0
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189,083
100%
100%
6%
5,000
5,000
5,000
0%
187,500
190,910
2%
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45,000
5,000
60,000
4,128
44,476
5,000
53,604
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45,000
5,000
60,000
10,000
45,000
6,000
61,000
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0%
20%
2%
Maintenance
5400-20 Office Supplies
0
Operations
5400-85 Operations Contract (Simons
(Simons
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5460-67 Truck Maintenance
0
5460-68 Maintenance
0
5460-69 Sludge Disposal
24,000
5460-76 Electricity
19,000
5460-78 Heat
1,500
5400-81 Telephone
1,500
5460-90 Plant Improvements
0
Subtotal
119,130
128
73,200
43
775
23,888
25,376
2,123
1,234
150
126,916
100%
0.10%
100%
100%
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34%
42%
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100%
7%
77,000
79,310
500
3%
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23,000
2,000
1,500
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0%
15%
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127,500
23,000
23,000
2,300
1,300
500
129,910
TOTAL EXPENDITURES
180,520
1%
187,500
190,910
2%
EXPENDITURES
Payments
5400-89 Capital Reserve Fund
5400-90 Bond Payment
5400-92 Administrative Services Assessment
Subtotal
179,130
2%
Proposed 2010-2011 Sewer Fund Capital Replacement Plan
PROPOSED 2010-2011 SEWER FUND CAPITAL REPLACEMENT PLAN
Equipment
Tractor with loader
Pipe replacement
Pump replacements
Roof replacement
Chemical Feed Building
Headworks
Engineering Study
Department total
Model Life Replace In Est. Cost Actual Cost 2004-05
2002 30
2032
17,775
2000
2008&09
2009
2011
2011
2010
2006-07
8,000
2,000
pending
pending
2007-08
2008-09
7,730
4,170
2009-10
2010-11
2011-12
2012-13
2013-14
2014-15
10,000
10,000
10,000
1,800
Yearly Set-Aside
Yearly Payments
Yearly Balance
Cumulative Balance
2005-06
6,390
0
0
7,730
4,170
5,500
7,300
0
0
7,500
9,500
10,000
10,000
10,000
10,000
10,000
10,000
13,890
0
9,500
23,390
0
10,000
33,390
7,730
2,270
35,660
4,170
5,830
41,490
7,300
2,700
44,190
10,000
54,190
10,000
64,190
Page 18
2009 Putney Town Report
2010-2011 General Fund Budget Comparison
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Income
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Income
Income
Income
Miscellaneous
Income
2994-00
2994-00
2994-00
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22994-00
92994-00
92994-00
42994-00
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22900-00
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2750-00
2750-00
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22750-00
72750-00
52750-00
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2910-00
2910-00
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22910-00
92910-00
12910-00
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2920-00
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refunds
refunds
22920-00
92920-00
22920-00
02920-00
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frefunds
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nrefunds
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2930-00
2930-00
2930-00
2930-00
2930-00
2930-00
2930-00
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Interest
Interest
Interest
Interest
Interest
Interest
Income
Income
Income
Income
Income
Income
Income
2930-00
Interest
Income
2980-00
2980-00
2980-00
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Rents/Vendors
Rents/Vendors
22980-00
92980-00
82980-00
02980-00
-00
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nRents/Vendors
tRents/Vendors
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2986-01
2986-01
2986-01
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Insurance
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Claims
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22986-01
92986-01
82986-01
62986-01
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lClaims
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2986-02
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62986-02
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aLand
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dLand
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aSale
lSale
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22986-02
92986-02
82986-02
2986-00
2986-00
2986-00
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22986-00
92986-00
82986-00
62986-00
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2987-00
2987-00
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22987-00
92987-00
82987-00
72987-00
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2995-00
2995-00
2995-00
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22995-00
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3000-00
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3000-00
3000-00
3000-00
3000-00
3000-00
3000-00
3000-00
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33210-10
23210-10
13210-10
03210-10
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3210-10
3210-10
3210-10
33210-11
23210-11
13210-11
03210-11
-11
3210-11
3210-11
3210-11
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33210-25
23210-25
13210-25
03210-25
3210-25
3210-25
3210-25
33210-30
23210-30
13210-30
03210-30
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3210-30
3210-30
3210-30
33210-34
23210-34
13210-34
03210-34
-34
3210-34
3210-34
3210-34
33210-40
23210-40
13210-40
03210-40
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3210-40
3210-40
3210-40
33210-60
23210-60
13210-60
03210-60
-60
3210-60
3210-60
3210-60
33210-62
23210-62
13210-62
03210-62
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3210-62
3210-62
3210-62
33210-74
23210-74
13210-74
03210-74
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3210-74
3210-74
3210-74
3210-84
3210-84
3210-84
3210-84
3210-84
3210-84
3210-84
3210-84
33210-21
23210-21
13210-21
03210-21
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3210-21
3210-21
3210-21
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Municipality
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dAdvertising
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lTelephone
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pTelephone
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eFees
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rPrinting
iPrinting
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tPrinting
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rTravel
aTravel
vTravel
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eMeetings
eMeetings
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&
&
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&
&
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cAccounting
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FY
FY
FY
FY
FY
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08-09
08-09
08-09
08-09
08-09
08-09
08-09
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Variance
1,147,978
1,147,978
1,147,978
1,147,978
1,147,978
1,147,978
1,147,978
1,147,978 1,118,055
1,118,055
1,118,055
1,118,055
1,118,055
1,118,055
1,118,055
1,118,055
66,000
,6,000
06,000
06,000
0
112,575
212,575
,12,575
512,575
75
6,000
6,000
6,000
12,575
12,575
12,575
623
623
623
623
623
623
623
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623
80,000
80,000
80,000
96,195
96,195
96,195
880,000
080,000
,80,000
080,000
00
996,195
696,195
,96,195
196,195
95
1,149
1,149
1,149
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11,149
,1,149
11,149
41,149
9
15,000
15,000
15,000
19,792
19,792
19,792
115,000
515,000
,15,000
015,000
00
119,792
919,792
,19,792
719,792
92
1,248,978
1,248,978
1,248,978
1,248,389
1,248,389
1,248,389
11,248,978
,1,248,978
21,248,978
41,248,978
8,978
11,248,389
,1,248,389
21,248,389
41,248,389
8,389
FY
FY
FY
FY
FY
FY
FY
09-10
09-10
09-10
09-10
09-10
09-10
09-10
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Budget
Budget
Budget
Budget
Budget
Budget
(29,922)
(29,922)
(29,922)
(29,922)
(29,922)
(29,922)
(29,922)
(29,922) 1,205,016
1,205,016
1,205,016
1,205,016
1,205,016
1,205,016
1,205,016
1,205,016
66,575
,6,575
56,575
76,575
5
88,000
,8,000
08,000
08,000
0
6,575
6,575
6,575
8,000
8,000
8,000
623
623
623
623
623
623
623
623
00000000
16,195
16,195
16,195
80,000
80,000
80,000
116,195
616,195
,16,195
116,195
95
880,000
080,000
,80,000
080,000
00
1,1490000000
00000000
4,792
4,792
4,792
15,000
15,000
15,000
44,792
,4,792
74,792
94,792
2
115,000
515,000
,15,000
015,000
00
(589)
(589)
(589)
(589)
1,308,016
1,308,016
1,308,016
(5(589)
8(589)
9(589)
)
11,308,016
,1,308,016
31,308,016
01,308,016
8,016
FY
FY
FY
FY
FY
FY
FY
10-11
10-11
10-11
10-11
10-11
10-11
10-11
Budget
Budget
Budget
Budget
Budget
Budget
Budget
(Proposed)
(Proposed)
(Proposed)
(Proposed)
(Proposed)
(Proposed)
(Proposed)
1,202,433
1,202,433
1,202,433
1,202,433
1,202,433
1,202,433
1,202,433
1,202,433
110,000
010,000
,10,000
010,000
00
10,000
10,000
10,000
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101,000
101,000
101,000
1101,000
0101,000
1101,000
,101,000
000
1,000
1,000
1,000
11,000
,1,000
01,000
01,000
0
17,000
17,000
17,000
117,000
717,000
,17,000
017,000
00
1,331,433
1,331,433
1,331,433
11,331,433
,1,331,433
31,331,433
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1,433
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0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
225%
525%
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226%
626%
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0%
0%
0%
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0%
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13%
13%
13%
13%
13%
113%
313%
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2%
2%
2%
2%
2%
2%
2%
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(2,583)
(2,583)
(2,583)
(2,583)
(2,583)
(2,583)
(2,583)
(2,583)
23,417
23,417
23,417
23,417
23,417
23,417
23,417
23,417
550
550
550
550
5550
5550
0550
1,500
1,500
1,500
11,500
,1,500
51,500
01,500
0
3,000
3,000
3,000
33,000
,3,000
03,000
03,000
0
10,000
10,000
10,000
110,000
010,000
,10,000
010,000
00
520
520
520
520
520
520
520
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15,570
15,570
15,570
115,570
515,570
,15,570
515,570
70
550
550
550
550
5550
5550
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2,081
2,081
2,081
22,081
,2,081
02,081
82,081
1
4,033
4,033
4,033
44,033
,4,033
04,033
34,033
3
13,305
13,305
13,305
113,305
313,305
,13,305
313,305
05
58
58
58
58
58
58
58
58
20,027
20,027
20,027
220,027
020,027
,20,027
020,027
27
00000000
581
581
581
581
5581
8581
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1,033
1,033
1,033
11,033
,1,033
01,033
31,033
3
3,305
3,305
3,305
33,305
,3,305
33,305
03,305
5
(462)
(462)
(462)
(462)
(462)
(462)
(462)
(462)
4,457
4,457
4,457
44,457
,4,457
44,457
54,457
7
550
550
550
550
5550
5550
0550
1,500
1,500
1,500
11,500
,1,500
51,500
01,500
0
3,000
3,000
3,000
33,000
,3,000
03,000
03,000
0
10,000
10,000
10,000
110,000
010,000
,10,000
010,000
00
500
500
500
500
500
500
500
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15,550
15,550
15,550
115,550
515,550
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0%
0%
0%
0%
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5550
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2,000
2,000
2,000
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33%
33%
33%
33%
22,000
,2,000
02,000
02,000
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333%
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3,000
3,000
3,000
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0%
0%
0%
0%
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33,000
,3,000
03,000
03,000
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12,000
12,000
12,000
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112,000
212,000
,12,000
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-100%
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17,550
17,550
17,550
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13%
13%
13%
13%
13%
13%
117,550
717,550
,17,550
517,550
50
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2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000
125,000
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125,000
1125,000
2125,000
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17,750
17,750
17,750
117,750
717,750
,17,750
717,750
50
5,000
5,000
5,000
55,000
,5,000
05,000
05,000
0
5,000
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,5,000
05,000
05,000
0
3,000
3,000
3,000
3,000
3,000
3,000
3,000
3,000
15,000
15,000
15,000
115,000
515,000
,15,000
015,000
00
10,000
10,000
10,000
110,000
010,000
,10,000
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00
60,300
60,300
60,300
660,300
060,300
,60,300
360,300
00
241,050
241,050
241,050
2241,050
4241,050
1241,050
,241,050
050
115,306
115,306
1115,306
1115,306
5115,306
,115,306
3115,306
06
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18,789
18,789
18,789
118,789
818,789
,18,789
718,789
89
19,077
19,077
19,077
119,077
919,077
,19,077
019,077
77
5,000
5,000
5,000
55,000
,5,000
05,000
05,000
0
5,000
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,5,000
05,000
05,000
0
3,000
3,000
3,000
3,000
3,000
3,000
3,000
3,000
15,000
15,000
15,000
115,000
515,000
,15,000
015,000
00
10,000
10,000
10,000
110,000
010,000
,10,000
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00
27,648
27,648
27,648
227,648
727,648
,27,648
627,648
48
218,820
218,820
218,820
2218,820
1218,820
8218,820
,218,820
820
(9,694)
(9,694)
(9,694)
(9(9,694)
,(9,694)
6(9,694)
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18,789
18,789
18,789
118,789
818,789
,18,789
718,789
89
1,327
1,327
1,327
11,327
,1,327
31,327
21,327
7
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(32,652)
(32,652)
(32,652)
(3(32,652)
2(32,652)
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6(32,652)
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(22,230)
(22,230)
(22,230)
(2(22,230)
2(22,230)
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2(22,230)
30)
120,000
120,000
120,000
1120,000
2120,000
0120,000
,120,000
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00000000
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22,000
22,000
22,000
222,000
222,000
,22,000
022,000
00
5,000
5,000
5,000
55,000
,5,000
05,000
05,000
0
5,000
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5,000
55,000
,5,000
05,000
05,000
0
3,000
3,000
3,000
3,000
3,000
3,000
3,000
3,000
10,000
10,000
10,000
110,000
010,000
,10,000
010,000
00
10,000
10,000
10,000
110,000
010,000
,10,000
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175,000
175,000
175,000
1175,000
7175,000
5175,000
,175,000
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0%
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23,500
23,500
23,500
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223,500
323,500
,23,500
523,500
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6,000
6,000
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20%
20%
66,000
,6,000
06,000
06,000
0
220%
020%
%
3,000
3,000
3,000
3,000
3,000
3,000
3,000 0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
3,000
-100%
-100%
-100%
-100%
00000000 -1-100%
0-100%
0-100%
%
10,000
10,000
10,000
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
110,000
010,000
,10,000
010,000
00
00%
%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
00000000 00%
%
168,500
168,500
168,500
-4%
-4%
-4%
-4%
-4%
-4%
-4%
1168,500
6168,500
8168,500
,168,500
500
-4%
(6,500)
(6,500)
(6,500)
(6,500)
(6,500)
(6,500)
(6,500)
(6,500)
71,450
71,450
71,450
71,450
71,450
71,450
71,450
71,450
00000000
5,000
5,000
5,000
55,000
,5,000
05,000
05,000
0
76,450
76,450
76,450
776,450
676,450
,76,450
476,450
50
70,600
70,600
70,600
70,600
70,600
70,600
70,600
70,600
5,665
5,665
5,665
55,665
,5,665
65,665
65,665
5
14,075
14,075
14,075
114,075
414,075
,14,075
014,075
75
90,340
90,340
90,340
990,340
090,340
,90,340
390,340
40
(850)
(850)
(850)
(850)
(850)
(850)
(850)
(850)
5,665
5,665
5,665
55,665
,5,665
65,665
65,665
5
9,075
9,075
9,075
99,075
,9,075
09,075
79,075
5
13,890
13,890
13,890
113,890
313,890
,13,890
813,890
90
68,900
68,900
68,900
68,900
68,900
68,900
68,900
68,900
00000000
5,000
5,000
5,000
55,000
,5,000
05,000
05,000
0
73,900
73,900
73,900
773,900
373,900
,73,900
973,900
00
1,420
1,420
1,420
00000000
11,420
,1,420
41,420
21,420
0
8,204
8,204
8,204
00000000
88,204
,8,204
28,204
08,204
4
81,000
81,000
81,000
00000000
881,000
181,000
,81,000
081,000
00
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
8800
0800
0800
8800
0800
0800
17,000
17,000
17,000
17,743
17,743
17,743
117,000
717,000
,17,000
017,000
00
117,743
717,743
,17,743
717,743
43
15,000
15,000
15,000
15,000
15,000
15,000
15,000
4,636
4,636
4,636
4,636
4,636
4,636
4,636
15,000
4,636
1,000
1,000
1,000
372
372
372
372
11,000
,1,000
01,000
01,000
0
3372
7372
2372
2,990
2,990
2,990
00000000
22,990
,2,990
92,990
92,990
0
00000000
00000000
3,000
3,000
3,000
2,673
2,673
2,673
33,000
,3,000
03,000
03,000
0
22,673
,2,673
62,673
72,673
3
5,000
5,000
5,000
733
733
733
733
55,000
,5,000
05,000
05,000
0
7733
3733
3733
00000000
00000000
41,800
41,800
41,800
120,572
120,572
120,572
441,800
141,800
,41,800
841,800
00
1120,572
2120,572
0120,572
,120,572
572
11,623,848
,1,623,848
61,623,848
21,623,848
3,848
11,698,148
,1,698,148
61,698,148
91,698,148
8,148
1,623,848
1,623,848
1,623,848
1,698,148
1,698,148
1,698,148
3,600
3,600
3,600
3,600
3,600
3,600
3,600
3,600
3,600
3,600
3,600
3,600
3,600
3,600
3,600
3,600
556,774
656,774
,56,774
756,774
74
56,774
56,774
56,774
227,755
727,755
,27,755
727,755
55
27,755
27,755
27,755
11,600
,1,600
61,600
01,600
0
1,600
1,600
1,600
5500
0500
0500
500
500
500
500
22,600
,2,600
62,600
02,600
0
2,600
2,600
2,600
33,000
,3,000
03,000
03,000
0
3,000
3,000
3,000
66,500
,6,500
56,500
06,500
0
6,500
6,500
6,500
3350
5350
0350
350
350
350
350
11,500
,1,500
51,500
01,500
0
1,500
1,500
1,500
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000
225,000
525,000
,25,000
025,000
00
25,000
25,000
25,000
1131,179
3131,179
1131,179
,131,179
179
131,179
131,179
131,179
556,980
656,980
,56,980
956,980
80
56,980
56,980
56,980
226,790
626,790
,26,790
726,790
90
26,790
26,790
26,790
22,281
,2,281
22,281
82,281
1
2,281
2,281
2,281
1176
7176
6176
176
176
176
176
22,078
,2,078
02,078
72,078
8
2,078
2,078
2,078
22,908
,2,908
92,908
02,908
8
2,908
2,908
2,908
66,230
,6,230
26,230
36,230
0
6,230
6,230
6,230
00000000
11,090
,1,090
01,090
91,090
0
1,090
1,090
1,090
1,798
1,798
1,798
1,798
1,798
1,798
1,798
1,798
116,113
616,113
,16,113
116,113
116,113
3
16,113
16,113
1120,045
2120,045
0120,045
,120,045
045
120,045
120,045
120,045
70,000
70,000
70,000
70,000
70,000
70,000
70,000
70,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
55,000
,5,000
05,000
05,000
0
10,000
10,000
10,000
110,000
010,000
,10,000
010,000
00
85,000
85,000
85,000
885,000
585,000
,85,000
085,000
00
2%
2%
2%
2%
2%
2%
2%
2%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
00%
%
100%
100%
100%
100%
1100%
0100%
0100%
%
15%
15%
15%
15%
15%
15%
15%
15%
11,100
11,100
11,100
11,100
11,100
11,100
11,100
11,100
1,420
1,420
1,420
11,420
,1,420
41,420
21,420
0
00000000
00000000
8,204
8,204
8,204
88,204
,8,204
28,204
08,204
4
00000000
00000000
81,000
81,000
81,000
881,000
181,000
,81,000
081,000
00
00000000
00000000
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
00000000
8800
0800
0800
8800
0800
0800
743
743
743
743
17,000
17,000
17,000
17,000
17,000
17,000
7743
4743
3743
117,000
717,000
,17,000
017,000
00
117,000
717,000
,17,000
017,000
00
(10,364)
(10,364)
(10,364)
(10,364)
(10,364)
(10,364)
(10,364)
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000
(10,364)
5,000
2,000
(628)
(628)
(628)
(628)
1,000
1,000
1,000
1,000
1,000
1,000
(6(628)
2(628)
8(628)
)
11,000
,1,000
01,000
01,000
0
11,000
,1,000
01,000
01,000
0
2,990
2,990
2,990
22,990
,2,990
92,990
92,990
0
00000000
00000000
00000000
00000000
00000000
(327)
(327)
(327)
(327)
3,000
3,000
3,000
3,000
3,000
3,000
(3(327)
2(327)
7(327)
)
33,000
,3,000
03,000
03,000
0
33,000
,3,000
03,000
03,000
0
(4,267)
(4,267)
(4,267)
5,000
5,000
5,000
3,500
3,500
3,500
(4(4,267)
,(4,267)
2(4,267)
6(4,267)
7)
55,000
,5,000
05,000
05,000
0
33,500
,3,500
53,500
03,500
0
00000000
00000000
00000000
78,772
78,772
78,772
31,800
31,800
31,800
27,300
27,300
27,300
778,772
878,772
,78,772
778,772
72
331,800
131,800
,31,800
831,800
00
227,300
727,300
,27,300
327,300
00
774,300
474,300
,74,300
374,300
00
11,604,266
,1,604,266
61,604,266
01,604,266
4,266
11,629,783
,1,629,783
61,629,783
21,629,783
9,783
74,300
74,300
74,300
1,604,266
1,604,266
1,604,266
1,629,783
1,629,783
1,629,783
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
00%
%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
00%
%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
00%
%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
00%
%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
00%
%
-60%
-60%
-60%
-60%
-60%
-60%
-60%
-60%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
00%
%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
00%
%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
00%
%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
00%
%
-30%
-30%
-30%
-30%
-30%
-3-30%
0-30%
%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
00%
%
-14%
-14%
-14%
-14%
-14%
-14%
-14%
-14%
2%
2%
2%
2%
2%
2%
2%
2%
25,517
25,517
25,517
25,517
25,517
25,517
25,517
25,517
00000000
2207
0207
7207
207
207
207
207
(9(965)
6(965)
5(965)
)
(965)
(965)
(965)
(965)
6681
8681
1681
681
681
681
681
(3(324)
2(324)
4(324)
)
(324)
(324)
(324)
(324)
(5(522)
2(522)
2(522)
)
(522)
(522)
(522)
(522)
(9(92)
2(92)
)(92)
(92)
(92)
(92)
(92)
(2(270)
7(270)
0(270)
)
(270)
(270)
(270)
(270)
(3(350)
5(350)
0(350)
)
(350)
(350)
(350)
(350)
(4(410)
1(410)
0(410)
)
(410)
(410)
(410)
(410)
(203)
(203)
(203)
(203)
(203)
(203)
(203)
(203)
(8(8,887)
,(8,887)
8(8,887)
8(8,887)
7)
(8,887)
(8,887)
(8,887)
(1(11,134)
1(11,134)
,(11,134)
1(11,134)
34)
(11,134)
(11,134)
(11,134)
3,600
3,600
3,600
3,600
3,600
3,600
3,600
3,600
558,477
858,477
,58,477
458,477
77
58,477
58,477
58,477
228,588
828,588
,28,588
528,588
88
28,588
28,588
28,588
11,600
,1,600
61,600
01,600
0
1,600
1,600
1,600
5500
0500
0500
500
500
500
500
22,000
,2,000
02,000
02,000
0
2,000
2,000
2,000
33,000
,3,000
03,000
03,000
0
3,000
3,000
3,000
66,000
,6,000
06,000
06,000
0
6,000
6,000
6,000
2250
5250
0250
250
250
250
250
11,500
,1,500
51,500
01,500
0
1,500
1,500
1,500
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000
220,000
020,000
,20,000
020,000
00
20,000
20,000
20,000
1127,515
2127,515
7127,515
,127,515
515
127,515
127,515
127,515
(4,500)
(4,500)
(4,500)
(4,500)
(4,500)
(4,500)
(4,500)
(4,500)
3,600
3,600
3,600
3,600
3,600
3,600
3,600
3,600 0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
558,477
858,477
,58,477
458,477
77
58,477
58,477
58,477
228,588
828,588
,28,588
528,588
88
28,588
28,588
28,588
22,000
,2,000
02,000
02,000
0
2,000
2,000
2,000
5500
0500
0500
500
500
500
500
11,900
,1,900
91,900
01,900
0
1,900
1,900
1,900
33,200
,3,200
23,200
03,200
0
3,200
3,200
3,200
66,000
,6,000
06,000
06,000
0
6,000
6,000
6,000
2250
5250
0250
250
250
250
250
11,500
,1,500
51,500
01,500
0
1,500
1,500
1,500
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000
118,000
818,000
,18,000
018,000
00
18,000
18,000
18,000
1126,015
2126,015
6126,015
,126,015
015
126,015
126,015
126,015
00%
%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
00%
%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
225%
525%
%
25%
25%
25%
25%
25%
00%
%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
-5-5%
%
-5%
-5%
-5%
-5%
-5%
-5%
77%
%
7%
7%
7%
7%
7%
7%
00%
%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
00%
%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
00%
%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
-1-10%
0-10%
%
-10%
-10%
-10%
-10%
-10%
-1%
-1%
-1%
-1%
-1%
-1%
-1%
-1%
(1,500)
(1,500)
(1,500)
(1,500)
(1,500)
(1,500)
(1,500)
(1,500)
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2009 Putney Town Report
2010-2011 General Fund Budget Comparison
FY
FY
FY
FY
FY
FY
FY
10-FY
10-FY
10-FY
10-FY
10-FY
10-FY
10-FY
11
11
11
11
11
11
GENERAL
11
GENERAL
GENERAL
GENERAL
GENERAL
GENERAL
GENERAL
FUND
FUND
FUND
FUND
FUND
FUND
FUND
BUDGET
BUDGET
BUDGET
BUDGET
BUDGET
BUDGET
BUDGET
COMPARISON
COMPARISON
COMPARISON
COMPARISON
COMPARISON
COMPARISON
COMPARISON
FY
FY
FY
FY
FY
FY
FY
08-09
08-09
08-09
08-09
08-09
08-09
08-09
Budget
Budget
Budget
Budget
Budget
Budget
Budget
REVENUES
REVENUES
REVENUES
REVENUES
REVENUES
REVENUES
REVENUES
Taxes
Taxes
Taxes
Taxes
Taxes
Taxes
Taxes
Conducting
Elections
2000-00
2000-00
2000-00
2000-00
2000-00
2000-00
2000-00
Current
Current
Current
Current
Current
Current
Current
Property
Property
Property
Property
Property
Property
Property
Taxes
Taxes
Taxes
Taxes
Taxes
Taxes
Taxes
3310-10
Salaries
2001-00
2001-00
2001-00
2001-00
2001-00
2001-00
2001-00
Late
Late
Late
Late
Late
Late
Late
Tax
Tax
Tax
Tax
Tax
Tax
Tax
Interest
Interest
Interest
Interest
Interest
Interest
Interest
2002-00
2002-00
2002-00
2002-00
2002-00
2002-00
2002-00
Delinquent
Delinquent
Delinquent
Delinquent
Delinquent
Delinquent
Delinquent
Taxes
Taxes
Taxes
Taxes
Taxes
Taxes
Taxes
3310-62
Printing
& programming
2003-00
2003-00
2003-00
2003-00
2003-00
2003-00
2003-00
Current
Current
Current
Current
Current
Current
Current
Use
Use
Use
Use
Use
Use
Use
Subtotal
2004-00
2004-00
2004-00
2004-00
2004-00
2004-00
2004-00
Railroad
Railroad
Railroad
Railroad
Railroad
Railroad
Railroad
Tax
Tax
Tax
Tax
Tax
Tax
Tax
Treasurer's
Office
2030-00
2030-00
2030-00
2030-00
2030-00
2030-00
2030-00
Delinquent
Delinquent
Delinquent
Delinquent
Delinquent
Delinquent
Delinquent
Tax
Tax
Tax
Tax
Tax
Tax
Tax
Interest
Interest
Interest
Interest
Interest
Interest
Interest
3400-10
Salary/Treasurer
Subtotal
Subtotal
Subtotal
Subtotal
Subtotal
Subtotal
Subtotal
3410-11
Treasurer's Assistant
3400-20
Permits
Permits
Permits
Permits
Permits
Permits
Permits
&
&
&
&
&
Licenses
&
Licenses
&
Licenses
Licenses
Licenses
Licenses
Licenses Office Supplies
3400-25
Service
Charges
2101-00
2101-00
2101-00
2101-00
2101-00
2101-00
2101-00
Beer
Beer
Beer
Beer
Beer
Beer
Beer
&
&
&
&
&
Wine
&
Wine
&
Wine
Wine
Wine
Wine
Wine
Licenses
Licenses
Licenses
Licenses
Licenses
Licenses
Licenses
3400-34
Postage
2120-00
2120-00
2120-00
2120-00
2120-00
2120-00
2120-00
Dog
Dog
Dog
Dog
Dog
Dog
Dog
Licenses
Licenses
Licenses
Licenses
Licenses
Licenses
Licenses
&
&
&
&
&
fees
&
fees
&
fees
fees
fees
fees
fees
3400-50
Training
&Permits
Travel
2121-00
2121-00
2121-00
2121-00
2121-00
2121-00
2121-00
Building
Building
Building
Building
Building
Building
Building
Permits
Permits
Permits
Permits
Permits
Permits
Subtotal
2107-00
2107-00
2107-00
2107-00
2107-00
2107-00
2107-00
Town
Town
Town
Town
Town
Town
Town
Clerk
Clerk
Clerk
Clerk
Clerk
Clerk
Clerk
Fees
Fees
Fees
Fees
Fees
Fees
Fees
2109-00
2109-00
2109-00
2109-00
2109-00
2109-00
2109-00
Restoration
Restoration
Restoration
Restoration
Restoration
Restoration
Restoration
Fees/
Fees/
Fees/
Fees/
Fees/
Fees/
Fees/
Miscellaneous
Miscellaneous
Miscellaneous
Miscellaneous
Miscellaneous
Miscellaneous
Miscellaneous
Employee
Benefits
Subtotal
Subtotal
Subtotal
Subtotal
Subtotal
Subtotal
Subtotal
3410-13
Life Insurance/Disability/EAP*
3410-14
Dental Plan & Vision Plan*
Intergovernmental
Intergovernmental
Intergovernmental
Intergovernmental
Intergovernmental
Intergovernmental
Intergovernmental
Transfers
Transfers
Transfers
Transfers
Transfers
Transfers
Transfers
3410-15
FICA
-Highway
Town
Share
2240-00
2240-00
2240-00
2240-00
2240-00
2240-00
2240-00
State
State
State
State
State
State
State
Highway
Highway
Highway
Highway
Highway
Highway
Funds
Funds
Funds
Funds
Funds
Funds
Funds
3410-16
Pension
Plan
2241-00
2241-00
2241-00
2241-00
2241-00
2241-00
2241-00
State
State
State
State
State
State
State
Paving/Bridge
Paving/Bridge
Paving/Bridge
Paving/Bridge
Paving/Bridge
Paving/Bridge
Paving/Bridge
Funds
Funds
Funds
Funds
Funds
Funds
Funds
3410-16.1
VEMRS
Buyback
2245-00
2245-00
2245-00
2245-00
2245-00
2245-00
2245-00
FEMA
FEMA
FEMA
FEMA
FEMA
FEMA
FEMA
Reimbursements
Reimbursements
Reimbursements
Reimbursements
Reimbursements
Reimbursements
Reimbursements
3410-17
Health
Plan*
2375-00
2375-00
2375-00
2375-00
2375-00
2375-00
2375-00
Reimb.
Reimb.
Reimb.
Reimb.
Reimb.
Reimb.
Reimb.
From
From
From
From
From
From
From
Library
Library
Library
Library
Library
Library
Library
3410-19
Unemployment
2372-00
2372-00
2372-00
2372-00
2372-00
2372-00
2372-00
Reimb.
Reimb.
Reimb.
Reimb.
Reimb.
Reimb.
Reimb.
From
From
From
From
From
From
From
Water
Water
Water
Water
Water
Water
Water
Dept.
Dept.
Dept.
Dept.
Dept.
Dept.
Dept.
Subtotal
2373-00
2373-00
2373-00
2373-00
2373-00
2373-00
2373-00
Reimb.
Reimb.
Reimb.
Reimb.
Reimb.
Reimb.
Reimb.
From
From
From
From
From
From
From
Sewer
Sewer
Sewer
Sewer
Sewer
Sewer
Sewer
Dept.
Dept.
Dept.
Dept.
Dept.
Dept.
Dept.
*2374-00
partially
offset
by
library
revenue
2374-00
2374-00
2374-00
2374-00
2374-00
2374-00
Westminster
Westminster
Westminster
Westminster
Westminster
Westminster
Westminster
Highway
Highway
Highway
Highway
Highway
Highway
Highway
Reimbursement
Reimbursement
Reimbursement
Reimbursement
Reimbursement
Reimbursement
Reimbursement
Insurance
2370-00
2370-00
2370-00
2370-00
2370-00
2370-00
2370-00
Capital
Capital
Capital
Capital
Capital
Capital
Capital
Reserve
Reserve
Reserve
Reserve
Reserve
Reserve
Reserve
3700-48
Property
&
Liability
2945-00
2945-00
2945-00
2945-00
2945-00
2945-00
2945-00
Edwald
Edwald
Edwald
Edwald
Edwald
Edwald
Edwald
Fund
Fund
Fund
Fund
Fund
Fund
Fund
3410-18
Workers
Compensation*
2707-00
2707-00
2707-00
2707-00
2707-00
2707-00
2707-00
Special
Special
Special
Special
Special
Special
Special
Revenue
Revenue
Revenue
Revenue
Revenue
Revenue
Revenue
Funds
Funds
Funds
Funds
Funds
Funds
Funds
Subtotal
Subtotal
Subtotal
Subtotal
Subtotal
Subtotal
Subtotal
Subtotal
Auditing
Police
Police
Police
Police
Police
Police
Police
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
Fire
Fire
Fire
Fire
Fire
Fire
Fire
3420-10
2420-00
2420-00
2420-00
2420-00
2420-00
2420-00
2420-00
3420-62
2123-00
2123-00
2123-00
2123-00
2123-00
2123-00
2123-00
2376-00
2376-00
2376-00
2376-00
2376-00
2376-00
2376-00
Salaries/Professional
Audit Fees
Fire
Fire
Fire
Fire
Fire
Fire
Fire
Reimbursement/School
Reimbursement/School
Reimbursement/School
Reimbursement/School
Reimbursement/School
Reimbursement/School
Reimbursement/School
Donations
Donations
Donations
Donations
Donations
Donations
Donations
Town
Report
Fire
Fire
Fire
Fire
Fire
Fire
Fire
Inspections
Inspections
Inspections
Inspections
Inspections
Inspections
Inspections
Subtotal
Local
Local
Local
Local
Local
Local
Local
Ordinance
Ordinance
Ordinance
Ordinance
Ordinance
Ordinance
Ordinance
Fines
Fines
Fines
Fines
Fines
Fines
Fines
Subtotal
Subtotal
Subtotal
Subtotal
Subtotal
Subtotal
Subtotal
Tax Listing
Miscellaneous
Miscellaneous
Miscellaneous
Miscellaneous
Miscellaneous
Miscellaneous
Miscellaneous
Income
Income
Income
Income
Income
Income
Income
3430-10
Salaries
2994-00
2994-00
2994-00
2994-00
2994-00
2994-00
2994-00
Town
Town
Town
Town
Town
Town
Town
Party
Party
Party
Party
Party
Party
Party
3430-15
Reappraisal*
2900-00
2900-00
2900-00
2900-00
2900-00
2900-00
2900-00
Wardon
Wardon
Wardon
Wardon
Wardon
Wardon
Wardon
Rd.
Rd.
Rd.
Rd.
Rd.
Rd.
Rd.
Assesment
Assesment
Assesment
Assesment
Assesment
Assesment
Assesment
3430-20
Office
Supplies
2750-00
2750-00
2750-00
2750-00
2750-00
2750-00
2750-00
Note
Note
Note
Note
Note
Note
Note
Proceeds
Proceeds
Proceeds
Proceeds
Proceeds
Proceeds
Proceeds
3430-56
Purchased
Services (Mapping & Software)
2910-00
2910-00
2910-00
2910-00
2910-00
2910-00
2910-00
Reappraisal
Reappraisal
Reappraisal
Reappraisal
Reappraisal
Reappraisal
Reappraisal
Reserve
Reserve
Reserve
Reserve
Reserve
Reserve
Reserve
Fund
Fund
Fund
Fund
Fund
Fund
Fund
3430-74
Training,Travel
&
Meetings*
2920-00
2920-00
2920-00
2920-00
2920-00
2920-00
2920-00
Pool/bottle
Pool/bottle
Pool/bottle
Pool/bottle
Pool/bottle
Pool/bottle
Pool/bottle
refunds
refunds
refunds
refunds
refunds
refunds
refunds
3430-75
Listers
Assistant
2930-00
2930-00
2930-00
2930-00
2930-00
2930-00
2930-00
Interest
Interest
Interest
Interest
Interest
Interest
Interest
Income
Income
Income
Income
Income
Income
Income
Subtotal
2980-00
2980-00
2980-00
2980-00
2980-00
2980-00
Rents/Vendors
Rents/Vendors
Rents/Vendors
Rents/Vendors
Rents/Vendors
Rents/Vendors
Rents/Vendors
*2980-00
offset
by revenue from reappraisal
reserve fund
2986-01
2986-01
2986-01
2986-01
2986-01
2986-01
2986-01
Insurance
Insurance
Insurance
Insurance
Insurance
Insurance
Insurance
Claims
Claims
Claims
Claims
Claims
Claims
Claims
Town
Clerk's Office
2986-02
2986-02
2986-02
2986-02
2986-02
2986-02
2986-02
Land
Land
Land
Land
Land
Land
Land
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
3500-10
Salary/Clerk
2986-00
2986-00
2986-00
2986-00
2986-00
2986-00
2986-00
Refunds/Other
Refunds/Other
Refunds/Other
Refunds/Other
Refunds/Other
Refunds/Other
Refunds/Other
3500-11
Assistant
Clerk
2987-00
2987-00
2987-00
2987-00
2987-00
2987-00
2987-00
Miscellaneous
Miscellaneous
Miscellaneous
Miscellaneous
Miscellaneous
Miscellaneous
Miscellaneous
3500-12
Clerical
2995-00
2995-00
2995-00
2995-00
2995-00
2995-00
2995-00
Surplus
Surplus
Surplus
Surplus
Surplus
Surplus
Surplus
Funds
Funds
Funds
Funds
Funds
Funds
Funds
3500-20
Office
Supplies
Subtotal
Subtotal
Subtotal
Subtotal
Subtotal
Subtotal
Subtotal
3500-74
Travel
& Meetings
TOTAL
TOTAL
TOTAL
TOTAL
TOTAL
TOTAL
TOTAL
REVENUES
REVENUES
REVENUES
REVENUES
REVENUES
REVENUES
REVENUES
Subtotal
EXPENDITURES
EXPENDITURES
EXPENDITURES
EXPENDITURES
EXPENDITURES
EXPENDITURES
EXPENDITURES
Municipal
Boards
GENERAL
GENERAL
GENERAL
GENERAL
GENERAL
GENERAL
GENERAL
GOVERNMENT
GOVERNMENT
GOVERNMENT
GOVERNMENT
GOVERNMENT
GOVERNMENT
GOVERNMENT
3600-25
Contracted Services
3000-00
3000-00
3000-00
3000-00
3000-00
3000-00
3000-00
Salaries/Selectpeople
Salaries/Selectpeople
Salaries/Selectpeople
Salaries/Selectpeople
Salaries/Selectpeople
Salaries/Selectpeople
Salaries/Selectpeople
3600-30
Advertising
3600-40
Windham
Regional
dues & Subscrip.
Managing
Managing
Managing
Managing
Managing
Managing
Managing
Municipality
Municipality
Municipality
Municipality
Municipality
Municipality
Municipality
3600-74
Travel
& Meetings
3210-10
3210-10
3210-10
3210-10
3210-10
3210-10
3210-10
Salary/Manager
Salary/Manager
Salary/Manager
Salary/Manager
Salary/Manager
Salary/Manager
Salary/Manager
3600
-75
Clerical
3210-11
3210-11
3210-11
3210-11
3210-11
3210-11
3210-11
Salary/Admin.
Salary/Admin.
Salary/Admin.
Salary/Admin.
Salary/Admin.
Salary/Admin.
Salary/Admin.
Assistant
Assistant
Assistant
Assistant
Assistant
Assistant
Assistant
3600-76
Conservation
Commission
3210-25
3210-25
3210-25
3210-25
3210-25
3210-25
3210-25
Contracted
Contracted
Contracted
Contracted
Contracted
Contracted
Contracted
Services
Services
Services
Services
Services
Services
Services
Subtotal
3210-30
3210-30
3210-30
3210-30
3210-30
3210-30
3210-30
Advertising
Advertising
Advertising
Advertising
Advertising
Advertising
Advertising
3210-34
3210-34
3210-34
3210-34
3210-34
3210-34
3210-34
3210-40
3210-40
3210-40
3210-40
3210-40
3210-40
3210-40
3210-60
3210-60
3210-60
3210-60
3210-60
3210-60
3210-60
3210-62
3210-62
3210-62
3210-62
3210-62
3210-62
3210-62
3210-74
3210-74
3210-74
3210-74
3210-74
3210-74
3210-74
3210-84
3210-84
3210-84
3210-84
3210-84
3210-84
3210-84
3210-21
3210-21
3210-21
3210-21
3210-21
3210-21
3210-21
Telephone
Telephone
Telephone
Telephone
Telephone
Telephone
Telephone
&
&
&
&
&
Alarm
&
Alarm
&
Alarm
Alarm
Alarm
Alarm
Alarm
Dues,
Dues,
Dues,
Dues,
Dues,
Dues,
Dues,
Subscriptions
Subscriptions
Subscriptions
Subscriptions
Subscriptions
Subscriptions
Subscriptions
Legal
Legal
Legal
Legal
Legal
Legal
Legal
Fees
Fees
Fees
Fees
Fees
Fees
Fees
Printing
Printing
Printing
Printing
Printing
Printing
Printing
Travel
Travel
Travel
Travel
Travel
Travel
Travel
&
&
&
&
&
Meetings
&
Meetings
&
Meetings
Meetings
Meetings
Meetings
Meetings
Office
Office
Office
Office
Office
Office
Office
Equipment
Equipment
Equipment
Equipment
Equipment
Equipment
Equipment
&
&
&
&
&
Supplies
&
Supplies
&
Supplies
Supplies
Supplies
Supplies
Supplies
Accounting
Accounting
Accounting
Accounting
Accounting
Accounting
Accounting
Services
Services
Services
Services
Services
Services
Services
Subtotal
Subtotal
Subtotal
Subtotal
Subtotal
Subtotal
Subtotal
FY
FY
FY
FY
FY
FY
FY
08-09
08-09
08-09
08-09
08-09
08-09
08-09
Actual
Actual
Actual
Actual
Actual
Actual
Actual Variance
Variance
Variance
Variance
Variance
Variance
Variance
1,147,978
1,147,978
1,147,978
1,147,978
1,147,978
1,147,978
1,147,978 1,118,055
1,118,055
1,118,055
1,118,055
1,118,055
1,118,055
1,118,055
850
1,444
6,000
6,000
6,000
6,000
6,000
6,000
6,000
12,575
12,575
12,575
12,575
12,575
12,575
12,575
623
623
623
623
623
623
623
1,4000000000
723
80,000
80,000
80,000
80,000
80,000
80,000
80,000
96,195
96,195
96,195
96,195
96,195
96,195
96,195
2,250
2,167
0000000
1,149
1,149
1,149
1,149
1,149
1,149
1,149
15,000
15,000
15,000
15,000
15,000
15,000
15,000
19,792
19,792
19,792
19,792
19,792
19,792
19,792
19,219
19,308
1,248,978
1,248,978
1,248,978
1,248,978
1,248,978
1,248,978
1,248,978 1,248,389
1,248,389
1,248,389
1,248,389
1,248,389
1,248,389
1,248,389
5,000
0
600
613
0550
145
550
550
550
550
550
550
550
550
550
550
550
550
550
2,800
2,413
1,500
1,500
1,500
1,500
1,500
1,500
1,500
2,081
2,081
2,081
2,081
2,081
2,081
2,081
350
544
3,000
3,000
3,000
3,000
3,000
3,000
3,000
4,033
4,033
4,033
4,033
4,033
4,033
4,033
27,969
23,023
10,000
10,000
10,000
10,000
10,000
10,000
10,000
13,305
13,305
13,305
13,305
13,305
13,305
13,305
520
520
520
520
520
520
520
58
58
58
58
58
58
58
15,570
15,570
15,570
15,570
15,570
15,570
15,570
20,027
20,027
20,027
20,027
20,027
20,027
20,027
350
2,100
5,100
6,334
34,350
34,283
125,000
125,000
125,000
125,000
125,000
125,000
125,000
115,306
115,306
115,306
115,306
115,306
115,306
115,306
17,5000000000
16,5010000000
6,2500000000
34,289
18,789
18,789
18,789
18,789
18,789
18,789
18,789
81,600
87,762
17,750
17,750
17,750
17,750
17,750
17,750
17,750
19,077
19,077
19,077
19,077
19,077
19,077
19,077
300
0
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
145,450
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000 181,269
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
3,000
3,000
3,000
3,000
3,000
3,000
3,000
3,000
3,000
3,000
3,000
3,000
3,000
3,000
15,000
15,000
15,000
15,000
15,000
15,000
15,000
15,000
15,000
15,000
15,000
15,000
15,000
15,000
29,000
30,460
10,000
10,000
10,000
10,000
10,000
10,000
10,000
10,000
10,000
10,000
10,000
10,000
10,000
10,000
17,500
9,363
60,300
60,300
60,300
60,300
60,300
60,300
60,300
27,648
27,648
27,648
27,648
27,648
27,648
27,648
46,500
39,823
241,050
241,050
241,050
241,050
241,050
241,050
241,050
218,820
218,820
218,820
218,820
218,820
218,820
218,820
FY
FY
FY
FY
FY
FY
FY
09-10
09-10
09-10
09-10
09-10
09-10
09-10
Budget
Budget
Budget
Budget
Budget
Budget
Budget
FY
FY
FY
FY
FY
FY
FY
10-11
10-11
10-11
10-11
10-11
10-11
10-11
Budget
Budget
Budget
Budget
Budget
Budget
Budget
(Proposed)
(Proposed)
(Proposed)
(Proposed)
(Proposed)
(Proposed)
(Proposed)
%
%
%
%
%
%
% Variance
Variance
Variance
Variance
Variance
Variance
Variance
(29,922)
(29,922)
(29,922)
(29,922)
(29,922)
(29,922)
(29,922)
594
6,575
6,575
6,575
6,575
6,575
6,575
6,575
623
623
623
623
623
623
623
(677)
16,195
16,195
16,195
16,195
16,195
16,195
16,195
(83)
0000000
4,792
4,792
4,792
4,792
4,792
4,792
4,792
88
(589)
(589)
(589)
(589)
(589)
(589)
(589)
(5,000)
13
1450000000
(387)
581
581
581
581
581
581
581
194
1,033
1,033
1,033
1,033
1,033
1,033
1,033
(4,947)
3,305
3,305
3,305
3,305
3,305
3,305
3,305
(462)
(462)
(462)
(462)
(462)
(462)
(462)
4,457
4,457
4,457
4,457
4,457
4,457
4,457
1,750
1,234
(67)
(9,694)
(9,694)
(9,694)
(9,694)
(9,694)
(9,694)
(9,694)
(999)0000000
28,039
18,789
18,789
18,789
18,789
18,789
18,789
18,789
6,162
1,327
1,327
1,327
1,327
1,327
1,327
1,327
(300)0000000
35,8190000000
0000000
0000000
1,4600000000
(8,137)
(32,652)
(32,652)
(32,652)
(32,652)
(32,652)
(32,652)
(32,652)
(6,678)
(22,230)
(22,230)
(22,230)
(22,230)
(22,230)
(22,230)
(22,230)
1,205,016
1,205,016
1,205,016
1,205,016
1,205,016
1,205,016
1,205,016
750
8,000
8,000
8,000
8,000
8,000
8,000
8,000
1000000000
80,000
80,000
80,000
80,000
80,000
80,000
80,000
850
0000000
15,000
15,000
15,000
15,000
15,000
15,000
15,000
19,796
1,308,016
1,308,016
1,308,016
1,308,016
1,308,016
1,308,016
1,308,016
0
600
0550
550
550
550
550
550
550
2,800
1,500
1,500
1,500
1,500
1,500
1,500
1,500
250
3,000
3,000
3,000
3,000
3,000
3,000
3,000
23,446
10,000
10,000
10,000
10,000
10,000
10,000
10,000
500
500
500
500
500
500
500
15,550
15,550
15,550
15,550
15,550
15,550
15,550
2,300
6,400
35,200
120,000
120,000
120,000
120,000
120,000
120,000
120,000
17,4000000000
6,3500000000
91,000
22,000
22,000
22,000
22,000
22,000
22,000
22,000
300
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
158,950
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
3,000
3,000
3,000
3,000
3,000
3,000
3,000
10,000
10,000
10,000
10,000
10,000
10,000
10,000
29,950
10,000
10,000
10,000
10,000
10,000
10,000
10,000
17,3350000000
47,285
175,000
175,000
175,000
175,000
175,000
175,000
175,000
1,202,433
1,202,433
1,202,433
1,202,433
1,202,433
1,202,433
1,202,433 0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
1,500
10,000
10,000
10,000
10,000
10,000
10,000
10,000 100%
25%
25%
25%
25%
25%
25%
25%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
8500000000 750%
101,000
101,000
101,000
101,000
101,000
101,000
101,000 176%
26%
26%
26%
26%
26%
26%
26%
2,350
1,000
1,000
1,000
1,000
1,000
1,000
1,000 0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
17,000
17,000
17,000
17,000
17,000
17,000
17,000 13%
13%
13%
13%
13%
13%
13%
19,796
1,331,433
1,331,433
1,331,433
1,331,433
1,331,433
1,331,433
1,331,433 0%
2%
2%
2%
2%
2%
2%
2%
0
0%
600
0%
0550
550
550
550
550
550
550 0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
2,800
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000 0%
33%
33%
33%
33%
33%
33%
33%
500
3,000
3,000
3,000
3,000
3,000
3,000
3,000 100%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
23,696
12,000
12,000
12,000
12,000
12,000
12,000
12,000 1%
20%
20%
20%
20%
20%
20%
20%
0000000 -100%
-100%
-100%
-100%
-100%
-100%
-100%
17,550
17,550
17,550
17,550
17,550
17,550
17,550 13%
13%
13%
13%
13%
13%
13%
2,300
0%
6,600
3%
35,200
120,000
120,000
120,000
120,000
120,000
120,000
120,000 0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
17,4000000000 0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
00000000 -100%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
105,000
23,500
23,500
23,500
23,500
23,500
23,500
23,500 15%
7%
7%
7%
7%
7%
7%
7%
300
6,000
6,000
6,000
6,000
6,000
6,000
6,000 0%
20%
20%
20%
20%
20%
20%
20%
166,800
6,000
6,000
6,000
6,000
6,000
6,000
6,000 5%
20%
20%
20%
20%
20%
20%
20%
3,000
3,000
3,000
3,000
3,000
3,000
3,000 0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0000000 -100%
-100%
-100%
-100%
-100%
-100%
-100%
30,377
1%
10,000
10,000
10,000
10,000
10,000
10,000
10,000 0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
18,0340000000 4%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
48,411
168,500
168,500
168,500
168,500
168,500
168,500
168,500 2%
-4%
-4%
-4%
-4%
-4%
-4%
-4%
12,340
70,600
70,600
70,600
70,600
70,600
70,600
70,600
3,719
5,665
5,665
5,665
5,665
5,665
5,665
5,665
16,059
14,075
14,075
14,075
14,075
14,075
14,075
14,075
90,340
90,340
90,340
90,340
90,340
90,340
90,340
2,340
(850)
(850)
(850)
(850)
(850)
(850)
(850)
219
5,665
5,665
5,665
5,665
5,665
5,665
5,665
2,559
9,075
9,075
9,075
9,075
9,075
9,075
9,075
13,890
13,890
13,890
13,890
13,890
13,890
13,890
10,000
68,900
68,900
68,900
68,900
68,900
68,900
68,900
3,5000000000
13,500
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
73,900
73,900
73,900
73,900
73,900
73,900
73,900
10,000
70,000
70,000
70,000
70,000
70,000
70,000
70,000 0%
2%
2%
2%
2%
2%
2%
2%
3,700
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000 6%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
13,700
1%
10,000
10,000
10,000
10,000
10,000
10,000
10,000 100%
100%
100%
100%
100%
100%
100%
85,000
85,000
85,000
85,000
85,000
85,000
85,000 15%
15%
15%
15%
15%
15%
15%
7,500
5,639
1,420
1,420
1,420
1,420
1,420
1,420
1,420
00000000
0
8,204
8,204
8,204
8,204
8,204
8,204
8,204
5000000000
50
81,000
81,000
81,000
81,000
81,000
81,000
81,000
5,0000000000
1,678
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
750
326
17,000
17,000
17,000
17,000
17,000
17,000
17,000
17,743
17,743
17,743
17,743
17,743
17,743
17,743
8,320
9,159
15,000
15,000
15,000
15,000
15,000
15,000
15,000
4,636
4,636
4,636
4,636
4,636
4,636
4,636
22,070
16,851
1,000
1,000
1,000
1,000
1,000
1,000
1,000
372
372
372
372
372
372
372
0000000
2,990
2,990
2,990
2,990
2,990
2,990
2,990
23,4880000000
23,5800000000
3,000
3,000
3,000
3,000
3,000
3,000
3,000
2,673
2,673
2,673
2,673
2,673
2,673
2,673
15,277
14,660
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
733
733
733
733
733
733
733
0
8,190
1,0000000000
1,1330000000
41,800
41,800
41,800
41,800
41,800
41,800
41,800
120,572
120,572
120,572
120,572
120,572
120,572
120,572
400
207
1,623,848
1,623,848
1,623,848
1,623,848
1,623,848
1,623,848
1,623,848 1,698,148
1,698,148
1,698,148
1,698,148
1,698,148
1,698,148
1,698,148
40,165
47,770
(1,861)
1,420
1,420
1,420
1,420
1,420
1,420
1,420
0
8,204
8,204
8,204
8,204
8,204
8,204
8,204
(450)
81,000
81,000
81,000
81,000
81,000
81,000
81,000
(3,323)
(424)0000000
743
743
743
743
743
743
743
839
(10,364)
(10,364)
(10,364)
(10,364)
(10,364)
(10,364)
(10,364)
(5,219)
(628)
(628)
(628)
(628)
(628)
(628)
(628)
2,990
2,990
2,990
2,990
2,990
2,990
2,990
920000000
(327)
(327)
(327)
(327)
(327)
(327)
(327)
(617)
(4,267)
(4,267)
(4,267)
(4,267)
(4,267)
(4,267)
(4,267)
8,190
1330000000
78,772
78,772
78,772
78,772
78,772
78,772
78,772
(193)
74,300
74,300
74,300
74,300
74,300
74,300
74,300
7,605
16,500
00000000
2500000000
4,0000000000
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
1,500
17,000
17,000
17,000
17,000
17,000
17,000
17,000
0
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
22,250
1,000
1,000
1,000
1,000
1,000
1,000
1,000
0000000
24,1920000000
3,000
3,000
3,000
3,000
3,000
3,000
3,000
15,735
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
6,000
1,0000000000
31,800
31,800
31,800
31,800
31,800
31,800
31,800
400
1,604,266
1,604,266
1,604,266
1,604,266
1,604,266
1,604,266
1,604,266
47,327
10,000
71,450
71,450
71,450
71,450
71,450
71,450
71,450
3,5000000000
13,500
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
76,450
76,450
76,450
76,450
76,450
76,450
76,450
16,500
00000000
2500000000
4,0000000000
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
1,500
17,000
17,000
17,000
17,000
17,000
17,000
17,000
0
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000
22,250
1,000
1,000
1,000
1,000
1,000
1,000
1,000
0000000
24,1920000000
3,000
3,000
3,000
3,000
3,000
3,000
3,000
15,735
3,500
3,500
3,500
3,500
3,500
3,500
3,500
10,000
1,2000000000
27,300
27,300
27,300
27,300
27,300
27,300
27,300
400
1,629,783
1,629,783
1,629,783
1,629,783
1,629,783
1,629,783
1,629,783
51,528
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
-60%
-60%
-60%
-60%
-60%
-60%
-60%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
-30%
-30%
-30%
-30%
-30%
-30%
-30%
67%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
20%
-14%
-14%
-14%
-14%
-14%
-14%
-14%
0%
2%
2%
2%
2%
2%
2%
2%
9%
250
3,600
3,600
3,600
3,600
3,600
3,600
3,600
850
4,250
500
56,774
56,774
56,774
56,774
56,774
56,774
56,774
0
27,755
27,755
27,755
27,755
27,755
27,755
27,755
500
1,600
1,600
1,600
1,600
1,600
1,600
1,600
6,350
500
500
500
500
500
500
500
100
3,600
3,600
3,600
3,600
3,600
3,600
3,600
760
4,216
0
56,980
56,980
56,980
56,980
56,980
56,980
56,980
0
26,790
26,790
26,790
26,790
26,790
26,790
26,790
531
2,281
2,281
2,281
2,281
2,281
2,281
2,281
5,607
176
176
176
176
176
176
176
(150)
(90)0000000
(34)
(500)
207
207
207
207
207
207
207
0(965)
(965)
(965)
(965)
(965)
(965)
(965)
31
681
681
681
681
681
681
681
(743)
(324)
(324)
(324)
(324)
(324)
(324)
(324)
250
3,600
3,600
3,600
3,600
3,600
3,600
3,600
850
4,250
500
58,477
58,477
58,477
58,477
58,477
58,477
58,477
500
28,588
28,588
28,588
28,588
28,588
28,588
28,588
500
1,600
1,600
1,600
1,600
1,600
1,600
1,600
6,850
500
500
500
500
500
500
500
250
0%
3,600
3,600
3,600
3,600
3,600
3,600
3,600 0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
850
4,300
1%
500
58,477
58,477
58,477
58,477
58,477
58,477
58,477 0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0
-100%
28,588
28,588
28,588
28,588
28,588
28,588
28,588
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
500
0%
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000 25%
25%
25%
25%
25%
25%
25%
6,400
500
500
500
500
500
500
500 -7%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
2,600
2,600
2,600
2,600
2,600
2,600
2,600
3,000
3,000
3,000
3,000
3,000
3,000
3,000
6,500
6,500
6,500
6,500
6,500
6,500
6,500
350
350
350
350
350
350
350
1,500
1,500
1,500
1,500
1,500
1,500
1,500
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000
25,000
25,000
25,000
25,000
25,000
25,000
25,000
131,179
131,179
131,179
131,179
131,179
131,179
131,179
2,078
2,078
2,078
2,078
2,078
2,078
2,078
2,908
2,908
2,908
2,908
2,908
2,908
2,908
6,230
6,230
6,230
6,230
6,230
6,230
6,230
0000000
1,090
1,090
1,090
1,090
1,090
1,090
1,090
1,798
1,798
1,798
1,798
1,798
1,798
1,798
16,113
16,113
16,113
16,113
16,113
16,113
16,113
120,045
120,045
120,045
120,045
120,045
120,045
120,045
(522)
(522)
(522)
(522)
(522)
(522)
(522)
(92)
(92)
(92)
(92)
(92)
(92)
(92)
(270)
(270)
(270)
(270)
(270)
(270)
(270)
(350)
(350)
(350)
(350)
(350)
(350)
(350)
(410)
(410)
(410)
(410)
(410)
(410)
(410)
(203)
(203)
(203)
(203)
(203)
(203)
(203)
(8,887)
(8,887)
(8,887)
(8,887)
(8,887)
(8,887)
(8,887)
(11,134)
(11,134)
(11,134)
(11,134)
(11,134)
(11,134)
(11,134)
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000
3,000
3,000
3,000
3,000
3,000
3,000
3,000
6,000
6,000
6,000
6,000
6,000
6,000
6,000
250
250
250
250
250
250
250
1,500
1,500
1,500
1,500
1,500
1,500
1,500
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000
20,000
20,000
20,000
20,000
20,000
20,000
20,000
127,515
127,515
127,515
127,515
127,515
127,515
127,515
1,900
1,900
1,900
1,900
1,900
1,900
1,900 -5%
-5%
-5%
-5%
-5%
-5%
-5%
3,200
3,200
3,200
3,200
3,200
3,200
3,200 7%
7%
7%
7%
7%
7%
7%
6,000
6,000
6,000
6,000
6,000
6,000
6,000 0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
250
250
250
250
250
250
250 0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
1,500
1,500
1,500
1,500
1,500
1,500
1,500 0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000 0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
18,000
18,000
18,000
18,000
18,000
18,000
18,000 -10%
-10%
-10%
-10%
-10%
-10%
-10%
126,015
126,015
126,015
126,015
126,015
126,015
126,015 -1%
-1%
-1%
-1%
-1%
-1%
-1%
(2,583)
(2,583)
(2,583)
(2,583)
(2,583)
(2,583)
(2,583)
1,500
23,417
23,417
23,417
23,417
23,417
23,417
23,417
250
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000
7,850
1,126
(6,500)
(6,500)
(6,500)
(6,500)
(6,500)
(6,500)
(6,500)
200
11,100
11,100
11,100
11,100
11,100
11,100
11,100
0
(4,500)
(4,500)
(4,500)
(4,500)
(4,500)
(4,500)
(4,500)
25,517
25,517
25,517
25,517
25,517
25,517
25,517
4,201
(450)
(1,500)
(1,500)
(1,500)
(1,500)
(1,500)
(1,500)
(1,500)
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2010-2011 General Fund Budget Comparison
FY
FY
FY
FY
FY
FY
FY
10-FY
10-FY
10-FY
10-FY
10-FY
10-FY
10-FY
11
11
11
11
11
11
GENERAL
11
GENERAL
GENERAL
GENERAL
GENERAL
GENERAL
GENERAL
FUND
FUND
FUND
FUND
FUND
FUND
FUND
BUDGET
BUDGET
BUDGET
BUDGET
BUDGET
BUDGET
BUDGET
COMPARISON
COMPARISON
COMPARISON
COMPARISON
COMPARISON
COMPARISON
COMPARISON
REVENUES
REVENUES
REVENUES
REVENUES
REVENUES
REVENUES
REVENUES
Taxes
Taxes
Taxes
Taxes
Taxes
Taxes
Taxes
Maintaining
Buildings
2000-00
2000-00
2000-00
2000-00
2000-00
2000-00
2000-00 Town Hall &Current
Current
Current
Current
Current
Current
Current
Property
Property
Property
Property
Property
Property
Property
Taxes
Taxes
Taxes
Taxes
Taxes
Taxes
Taxes
3710-21
Supplies
2001-00
2001-00
2001-00
2001-00
2001-00
2001-00
2001-00
Late
Late
Late
Late
Late
Late
Late
Tax
Tax
Tax
Tax
Tax
Tax
Tax
Interest
Interest
Interest
Interest
Interest
Interest
Interest
3710-56
Custodial
Services
2002-00
2002-00
2002-00
2002-00
2002-00
2002-00
2002-00
Delinquent
Delinquent
Delinquent
Delinquent
Delinquent
Delinquent
Delinquent
Taxes
Taxes
Taxes
Taxes
Taxes
Taxes
Taxes
3710-68
Repairs
&Use
Maintenance
2003-00
2003-00
2003-00
2003-00
2003-00
2003-00
2003-00
Current
Current
Current
Current
Current
Current
Current
Use
Use
Use
Use
Use
Use
3710-76
Water/Sewer
Use
2004-00
2004-00
2004-00
2004-00
2004-00
2004-00
2004-00
Railroad
Railroad
Railroad
Railroad
Railroad
Railroad
Railroad
Tax
Tax
Tax
Tax
Tax
Tax
Tax Charge
3710-77
Electricity
2030-00
2030-00
2030-00
2030-00
2030-00
2030-00
2030-00
Delinquent
Delinquent
Delinquent
Delinquent
Delinquent
Delinquent
Delinquent
Tax
Tax
Tax
Tax
Tax
Tax
Tax
Interest
Interest
Interest
Interest
Interest
Interest
Interest
3710-78
Heat
Subtotal
Subtotal
Subtotal
Subtotal
Subtotal
Subtotal
Subtotal
3710-81
Building Improvements
Permits
Permits
Permits
Permits
Permits
Permits
Permits
&
&
&
&
&
Licenses
&
Licenses
&
Licenses
Licenses
Licenses
Licenses
Licenses Subtotal
2101-00
2101-00
2101-00
2101-00
2101-00
2101-00
2101-00
Beer
Beer
Beer
Beer
Beer
Beer
Beer
&
&
&
&
&
Wine
&
Wine
&
Wine
Wine
Wine
Wine
Wine
Licenses
Licenses
Licenses
Licenses
Licenses
Licenses
Licenses
2120-00
2120-00
2120-00
2120-00
2120-00
2120-00
2120-00
Dog
Dog
Dog
Dog
Dog
Dog
Dog
Licenses
Licenses
Licenses
Licenses
Licenses
Licenses
Licenses
&
&
&
&
&
fees
&
fees
&
fees
fees
fees
fees
fees
TOTAL
GENERAL GOVERNMENT
2121-00
2121-00
2121-00
2121-00
2121-00
2121-00
2121-00
Building
Building
Building
Building
Building
Building
Building
Permits
Permits
Permits
Permits
Permits
Permits
Permits
2107-00
2107-00
2107-00
2107-00
2107-00
2107-00
2107-00
Town
Town
Town
Town
Town
Town
Town
Clerk
Clerk
Clerk
Clerk
Clerk
Clerk
Clerk
Fees
Fees
Fees
Fees
Fees
Fees
Fees
PUBLIC
SAFETY
2109-00
2109-00
2109-00
2109-00
2109-00
2109-00
2109-00
Restoration
Restoration
Restoration
Restoration
Restoration
Restoration
Restoration
Fees/
Fees/
Fees/
Fees/
Fees/
Fees/
Fees/
Miscellaneous
Miscellaneous
Miscellaneous
Miscellaneous
Miscellaneous
Miscellaneous
Miscellaneous
4110-00
Law
Enforcement/Animal
Control
Subtotal
Subtotal
Subtotal
Subtotal
Subtotal
Subtotal
Subtotal
4110-01
Animal
Control
4110-10
Town Constable/Health Officer
Intergovernmental
Intergovernmental
Intergovernmental
Intergovernmental
Intergovernmental
Intergovernmental
Intergovernmental
Transfers
Transfers
Transfers
Transfers
Transfers
Transfers
Transfers
4110-15
Rescue, Inc.
2240-00
2240-00
2240-00
2240-00
2240-00
2240-00
2240-00
State
State
State
State
State
State
State
Highway
Highway
Highway
Highway
Highway
Highway
Highway
Funds
Funds
Funds
Funds
Funds
Funds
Funds
9500-21
Dog
Supplies
(tags
& invoices)
2241-00
2241-00
2241-00
2241-00
2241-00
2241-00
2241-00
State
State
State
State
State
State
State
Paving/Bridge
Paving/Bridge
Paving/Bridge
Paving/Bridge
Paving/Bridge
Paving/Bridge
Paving/Bridge
Funds
Funds
Funds
Funds
Funds
Funds
9500-60
Professional
Services Funds
2245-00
2245-00
2245-00
2245-00
2245-00
2245-00
2245-00
FEMA
FEMA
FEMA
FEMA
FEMA
FEMA
FEMA
Reimbursements
Reimbursements
Reimbursements
Reimbursements
Reimbursements
Reimbursements
Reimbursements
9500-72
Dog Fees
2375-00
2375-00
2375-00
2375-00
2375-00
2375-00
2375-00
Reimb.
Reimb.
Reimb.
Reimb.
Reimb.
Reimb.
Reimb.
From
From
From
From
From
From
From
Library
Library
Library
Library
Library
Library
Library
Subtotal
2372-00
2372-00
2372-00
2372-00
2372-00
2372-00
2372-00
Reimb.
Reimb.
Reimb.
Reimb.
Reimb.
Reimb.
Reimb.
From
From
From
From
From
From
From
Water
Water
Water
Water
Water
Water
Water
Dept.
Dept.
Dept.
Dept.
Dept.
Dept.
Dept.
2373-00
2373-00
2373-00
2373-00
2373-00
2373-00
2373-00
Reimb.
Reimb.
Reimb.
Reimb.
Reimb.
Reimb.
Reimb.
From
From
From
From
From
From
From
Sewer
Sewer
Sewer
Sewer
Sewer
Sewer
Sewer
Dept.
Dept.
Dept.
Dept.
Dept.
Dept.
Dept.
Fire
Fighting
and
EMS
2374-00
2374-00
2374-00
2374-00
2374-00
2374-00
2374-00
Westminster
Westminster
Westminster
Westminster
Westminster
Westminster
Westminster
Highway
Highway
Highway
Highway
Highway
Highway
Highway
Reimbursement
Reimbursement
Reimbursement
Reimbursement
Reimbursement
Reimbursement
Reimbursement
4510-10
Fire
Chief
/Health&
Zoning
Officer Salar
2370-00
2370-00
2370-00
2370-00
2370-00
2370-00
2370-00
Capital
Capital
Capital
Capital
Capital
Capital
Capital
Reserve
Reserve
Reserve
Reserve
Reserve
Reserve
Reserve
4510-15
Medical Exams
2945-00
2945-00
2945-00
2945-00
2945-00
2945-00
2945-00
Edwald
Edwald
Edwald
Edwald
Edwald
Edwald
Edwald
Fund
Fund
Fund
Fund
Fund
Fund
Fund
4510-20
EMS Equipment and Supplies
2707-00
2707-00
2707-00
2707-00
2707-00
2707-00
2707-00
Special
Special
Special
Special
Special
Special
Special
Revenue
Revenue
Revenue
Revenue
Revenue
Revenue
Revenue
Funds
Funds
Funds
Funds
Funds
Funds
Funds
4510-40
Mutual Aid Dues
Subtotal
Subtotal
Subtotal
Subtotal
Subtotal
Subtotal
Subtotal
4510-57
Putney Volunteer Firefighters Assoc
4510-75
Fire Prevention Programs
Police
Police
Police
Police
Police
Police
Police
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
Fire
Fire
Fire
Fire
Fire
Fire
Fire
4510-80
Fire
Training
2420-00
2420-00
2420-00
2420-00
2420-00
2420-00
2420-00
Fire
Fire
Fire
Fire
Fire
Fire
Fire
Reimbursement/School
Reimbursement/School
Reimbursement/School
Reimbursement/School
Reimbursement/School
Reimbursement/School
Reimbursement/School
Donations
Donations
Donations
Donations
Donations
Donations
Donations
4510-81
Telephone
& Alarm
2123-00
2123-00
2123-00
2123-00
2123-00
2123-00
2123-00
Fire
Fire
Fire
Fire
Fire
Fire
Fire
Inspections
Inspections
Inspections
Inspections
Inspections
Inspections
Inspections
4510-83
Radio
Maintenance
2376-00
2376-00
2376-00
2376-00
2376-00
2376-00
2376-00
Local
Local
Local
Local
Local
Local
Local
Ordinance
Ordinance
Ordinance
Ordinance
Ordinance
Ordinance
Ordinance
Fines
Fines
Fines
Fines
Fines
Fines
Fines
4510-84
Cleaning
Dam & Misc.
Subtotal
Subtotal
Subtotal
Subtotal
Subtotal
Subtotal
Subtotal
4510-85
Emergency Management
Subtotal
Miscellaneous
Miscellaneous
Miscellaneous
Miscellaneous
Miscellaneous
Miscellaneous
Miscellaneous
Income
Income
Income
Income
Income
Income
Income
2994-00
2994-00
2994-00
2994-00
2994-00
2994-00
2994-00
Town
Town
Town
Town
Town
Town
Town
Party
Party
Party
Party
Party
Party
Party
Maintaining
2900-00
2900-00
2900-00
2900-00
2900-00
2900-00
2900-00 Fire StationWardon
Wardon
Wardon
Wardon
Wardon
Wardon
Wardon
Rd.
Rd.
Rd.
Rd.
Rd.
Rd.
Rd.
Assesment
Assesment
Assesment
Assesment
Assesment
Assesment
Assesment
4570-68
Repairs
,Proceeds
Maintenance
& Supplies
2750-00
2750-00
2750-00
2750-00
2750-00
2750-00
2750-00
Note
Note
Note
Note
Note
Note
Note
Proceeds
Proceeds
Proceeds
Proceeds
Proceeds
Proceeds
4570-72
Licenses/Registration
2910-00
2910-00
2910-00
2910-00
2910-00
2910-00
2910-00
Reappraisal
Reappraisal
Reappraisal
Reappraisal
Reappraisal
Reappraisal
Reappraisal
Reserve
Reserve
Reserve
Reserve
Reserve
Reserve
Reserve
Fund
Fund
Fund
Fund
Fund
Fund
Fund
4570-76
Water/Sewer
Use
Charge
2920-00
2920-00
2920-00
2920-00
2920-00
2920-00
2920-00
Pool/bottle
Pool/bottle
Pool/bottle
Pool/bottle
Pool/bottle
Pool/bottle
Pool/bottle
refunds
refunds
refunds
refunds
refunds
refunds
refunds
2930-00
2930-00
2930-00
2930-00
2930-00
2930-00
2930-00
Interest
Interest
Interest
Interest
Interest
Interest
Interest
Income
Income
Income
Income
Income
Income
Income
4570-77
Electricity
2980-00
2980-00
2980-00
2980-00
2980-00
2980-00
2980-00
Rents/Vendors
Rents/Vendors
Rents/Vendors
Rents/Vendors
Rents/Vendors
Rents/Vendors
Rents/Vendors
4570-78
Heat
2986-01
2986-01
2986-01
2986-01
2986-01
2986-01
2986-01
Insurance
Insurance
Insurance
Insurance
Insurance
Insurance
Insurance
Claims
Claims
Claims
Claims
Claims
Claims
Claims
4570-81
Building
Improvement
2986-02
2986-02
2986-02
2986-02
2986-02
2986-02
2986-02
Land
Land
Land
Land
Land
Land
Land
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Subtotal
2986-00
2986-00
2986-00
2986-00
2986-00
2986-00
2986-00
Refunds/Other
Refunds/Other
Refunds/Other
Refunds/Other
Refunds/Other
Refunds/Other
Refunds/Other
2987-00
2987-00
2987-00
2987-00
2987-00
2987-00
2987-00 Trucks & Equipment
Miscellaneous
Miscellaneous
Miscellaneous
Miscellaneous
Miscellaneous
Miscellaneous
Miscellaneous
Maintaining
2995-00
2995-00
2995-00
2995-00
2995-00
2995-00
2995-00
Surplus
Surplus
Surplus
Surplus
Surplus
Surplus
Surplus
Funds
Funds
Funds
Funds
Funds
Funds
Funds
4580-21
Vehicle
Fuel
Subtotal
Subtotal
Subtotal
Subtotal
Subtotal
Subtotal
Subtotal
4580-68
Repairs
& Maintenance
4580-83
Equipment Purchase*
TOTAL
TOTAL
TOTAL
TOTAL
TOTAL
TOTAL
TOTAL
REVENUES
REVENUES
REVENUES
REVENUES
REVENUES
REVENUES
REVENUES
Subtotal
EXPENDITURES
EXPENDITURES
EXPENDITURES
EXPENDITURES
EXPENDITURES
EXPENDITURES
EXPENDITURES
TOTAL
FIREGOVERNMENT
DEPARTMENT
GENERAL
GENERAL
GENERAL
GENERAL
GENERAL
GENERAL
GENERAL
GOVERNMENT
GOVERNMENT
GOVERNMENT
GOVERNMENT
GOVERNMENT
GOVERNMENT
3000-00
3000-00
3000-00
3000-00
3000-00
3000-00
3000-00
Salaries/Selectpeople
Salaries/Selectpeople
Salaries/Selectpeople
Salaries/Selectpeople
Salaries/Selectpeople
Salaries/Selectpeople
Salaries/Selectpeople
TOTAL PUBLIC SAFETY
Managing
Managing
Managing
Managing
Managing
Managing
Managing
Municipality
Municipality
Municipality
Municipality
Municipality
Municipality
Municipality
3210-10
3210-10
3210-10
3210-10
3210-10
3210-10
3210-10
Salary/Manager
Salary/Manager
Salary/Manager
Salary/Manager
Salary/Manager
Salary/Manager
Salary/Manager
3210-11
3210-11
3210-11
3210-11
3210-11
3210-11
3210-11
Salary/Admin.
Salary/Admin.
Salary/Admin.
Salary/Admin.
Salary/Admin.
Salary/Admin.
Salary/Admin.
Assistant
Assistant
Assistant
Assistant
Assistant
Assistant
Assistant
3210-25
3210-25
3210-25
3210-25
3210-25
3210-25
3210-25
Contracted
Contracted
Contracted
Contracted
Contracted
Contracted
Contracted
Services
Services
Services
Services
Services
Services
Services
3210-30
3210-30
3210-30
3210-30
3210-30
3210-30
3210-30
Advertising
Advertising
Advertising
Advertising
Advertising
Advertising
Advertising
3210-34
3210-34
3210-34
3210-34
3210-34
3210-34
3210-34
Telephone
Telephone
Telephone
Telephone
Telephone
Telephone
Telephone
&
&
&
&
&
Alarm
&
Alarm
&
Alarm
Alarm
Alarm
Alarm
Alarm
3210-40
3210-40
3210-40
3210-40
3210-40
3210-40
3210-40
Dues,
Dues,
Dues,
Dues,
Dues,
Dues,
Dues,
Subscriptions
Subscriptions
Subscriptions
Subscriptions
Subscriptions
Subscriptions
Subscriptions
3210-60
3210-60
3210-60
3210-60
3210-60
3210-60
3210-60
Legal
Legal
Legal
Legal
Legal
Legal
Legal
Fees
Fees
Fees
Fees
Fees
Fees
Fees
3210-62
3210-62
3210-62
3210-62
3210-62
3210-62
3210-62
Printing
Printing
Printing
Printing
Printing
Printing
Printing
3210-74
3210-74
3210-74
3210-74
3210-74
3210-74
3210-74
Travel
Travel
Travel
Travel
Travel
Travel
Travel
&
&
&
&
&
Meetings
&
Meetings
&
Meetings
Meetings
Meetings
Meetings
Meetings
3210-84
3210-84
3210-84
3210-84
3210-84
3210-84
3210-84
Office
Office
Office
Office
Office
Office
Office
Equipment
Equipment
Equipment
Equipment
Equipment
Equipment
Equipment
&
&
&
&
&
Supplies
&
Supplies
&
Supplies
Supplies
Supplies
Supplies
Supplies
3210-21
3210-21
3210-21
3210-21
3210-21
3210-21
3210-21
Accounting
Accounting
Accounting
Accounting
Accounting
Accounting
Accounting
Services
Services
Services
Services
Services
Services
Services
Subtotal
Subtotal
Subtotal
Subtotal
Subtotal
Subtotal
Subtotal
FY
FY
FY
FY
FY
FY
FY
08-09
08-09
08-09
08-09
08-09
08-09
08-09
Budget
Budget
Budget
Budget
Budget
Budget
Budget
FY
FY
FY
FY
FY
FY
FY
08-09
08-09
08-09
08-09
08-09
08-09
08-09
Actual
Actual
Actual
Actual
Actual
Actual
Actual Variance
Variance
Variance
Variance
Variance
Variance
Variance
1,147,978
1,147,978
1,147,978
1,147,978
1,147,978
1,147,978
1,147,978 1,118,055
1,118,055
1,118,055
1,118,055
1,118,055
1,118,055
1,118,055
250
235
6,000
6,000
6,000
6,000
6,000
6,000
6,000
12,575
12,575
12,575
12,575
12,575
12,575
12,575
7000000000
464
623
623
623
623
623
623
623
1,000
4,865
80,000
80,000
80,000
80,000
80,000
80,000
80,000
96,195
96,195
96,195
96,195
96,195
96,195
96,195
8000000000
735
1,149
1,149
1,149
1,149
1,149
1,149
1,149
1,800
1,642
15,000
15,000
15,000
15,000
15,000
15,000
15,000
19,792
19,792
19,792
19,792
19,792
19,792
19,792
3,500
1,093
1,248,978
1,248,978
1,248,978
1,248,978
1,248,978
1,248,978
1,248,978 1,248,389
1,248,389
1,248,389
1,248,389
1,248,389
1,248,389
1,248,389
500
284
8,550
9,318
550
550
550
550
550
550
550
550
550
550
550
550
550
550
1,500
1,500
1,500
1,500
1,500
1,500
1,500 461,931
2,081
2,081
2,081
2,081
2,081
2,081
2,081
443,983
3,000
3,000
3,000
3,000
3,000
3,000
3,000
4,033
4,033
4,033
4,033
4,033
4,033
4,033
10,000
10,000
10,000
10,000
10,000
10,000
10,000
13,305
13,305
13,305
13,305
13,305
13,305
13,305
520
520
520
520
520
520
520
58
58
58
58
58
58
58
21,000
21,000
15,570
15,570
15,570
15,570
15,570
15,570
15,570
20,027
20,027
20,027
20,027
20,027
20,027
20,027
0
0
100
0
50,000
50,046
125,000
125,000
125,000
125,000
125,000
125,000
125,000
115,306
115,306
115,306
115,306
115,306
115,306
115,306
0
0
6500000000
4400000000
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
18,789
18,789
18,789
18,789
18,789
18,789
18,789
850
0
17,750
17,750
17,750
17,750
17,750
17,750
17,750
19,077
19,077
19,077
19,077
19,077
19,077
19,077
72,600
71,486
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
3,000
3,000
3,000
3,000
3,000
3,000
3,000
3,000
3,000
3,000
3,000
3,000
3,000
3,000
34,450
34,556
15,000
15,000
15,000
15,000
15,000
15,000
15,000
15,000
15,000
15,000
15,000
15,000
15,000
15,000
1,000
992
10,000
10,000
10,000
10,000
10,000
10,000
10,000
10,000
10,000
10,000
10,000
10,000
10,000
10,000
3,000
3,090
60,300
60,300
60,300
60,300
60,300
60,300
60,300
27,648
27,648
27,648
27,648
27,648
27,648
27,648
18,471
18,621
241,050
241,050
241,050
241,050
241,050
241,050
241,050
218,820
218,820
218,820
218,820
218,820
218,820
218,820
24,000
23,762
500
487
4,800
4,547
71,450
71,450
71,450
71,450
71,450
71,450
71,450
70,600
70,600
70,600
70,600
70,600
70,600
70,600
2,4000000000
2,145
5,665
5,665
5,665
5,665
5,665
5,665
5,665
2,000
1,738
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
14,075
14,075
14,075
14,075
14,075
14,075
14,075
500
673
76,450
76,450
76,450
76,450
76,450
76,450
76,450
90,340
90,340
90,340
90,340
90,340
90,340
90,340
0
1,216
91,121
91,827
0000000
1,420
1,420
1,420
1,420
1,420
1,420
1,420
0000000
8,204
8,204
8,204
8,204
8,204
8,204
8,204
5,3700000000
6,018
81,000
81,000
81,000
81,000
81,000
81,000
81,000
350
300
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
731
17,000
17,000
17,000
17,000
17,000
17,000
17,000
17,743
17,743
17,743
17,743
17,743
17,743
17,743
15,000
15,000
15,000
15,000
15,000
15,000
15,000
4,636
4,636
4,636
4,636
4,636
4,636
4,636
3,600
3,451
1,000
1,000
1,000
1,000
1,000
1,000
1,000
372
372
372
372
372
372
372
5,400
5,473
2,990
2,990
2,990
2,990
2,990
2,990
2,990
00000000
0
15,5200000000
15,9730000000
3,000
3,000
3,000
3,000
3,000
3,000
3,000
2,673
2,673
2,673
2,673
2,673
2,673
2,673
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
733
733
733
733
733
733
733
7,0000000000
7,2540000000
41,800
41,800
41,800
41,800
41,800
41,800
41,800
120,572
120,572
120,572
120,572
120,572
120,572
120,572
19,660
21,355
8,500
8,438
1,623,848
1,623,848
1,623,848
1,623,848
1,623,848
1,623,848
1,623,848 1,698,148
1,698,148
1,698,148
1,698,148
1,698,148
1,698,148
1,698,148
35,160
37,046
141,801
3,600
3,600
3,600
3,600
3,600
3,600
3,600
214,401
144,847
3,600
3,600
3,600
3,600
3,600
3,600
3,600
216,333
56,774
56,774
56,774
56,774
56,774
56,774
56,774
27,755
27,755
27,755
27,755
27,755
27,755
27,755
1,600
1,600
1,600
1,600
1,600
1,600
1,600
500
500
500
500
500
500
500
2,600
2,600
2,600
2,600
2,600
2,600
2,600
3,000
3,000
3,000
3,000
3,000
3,000
3,000
6,500
6,500
6,500
6,500
6,500
6,500
6,500
350
350
350
350
350
350
350
1,500
1,500
1,500
1,500
1,500
1,500
1,500
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000
25,000
25,000
25,000
25,000
25,000
25,000
25,000
131,179
131,179
131,179
131,179
131,179
131,179
131,179
56,980
56,980
56,980
56,980
56,980
56,980
56,980
26,790
26,790
26,790
26,790
26,790
26,790
26,790
2,281
2,281
2,281
2,281
2,281
2,281
2,281
176
176
176
176
176
176
176
2,078
2,078
2,078
2,078
2,078
2,078
2,078
2,908
2,908
2,908
2,908
2,908
2,908
2,908
6,230
6,230
6,230
6,230
6,230
6,230
6,230
0000000
1,090
1,090
1,090
1,090
1,090
1,090
1,090
1,798
1,798
1,798
1,798
1,798
1,798
1,798
16,113
16,113
16,113
16,113
16,113
16,113
16,113
120,045
120,045
120,045
120,045
120,045
120,045
120,045
(29,922)
(29,922)
(29,922)
(29,922)
(29,922)
(29,922)
(29,922)
(15)
6,575
6,575
6,575
6,575
6,575
6,575
6,575
(236)
623
623
623
623
623
623
623
3,865
16,195
16,195
16,195
16,195
16,195
16,195
16,195
(65)0000000
(158)
4,792
4,792
4,792
4,792
4,792
4,792
4,792
(2,407)
(589)
(589)
(589)
(589)
(589)
(589)
(589)
(216)
768
0000000
581
581
581
581
581
581
581
17,948
1,033
1,033
1,033
1,033
1,033
1,033
1,033
3,305
3,305
3,305
3,305
3,305
3,305
3,305
(462)
(462)
(462)
(462)
(462)
(462)
0(462)
4,457
4,457
4,457
4,457
4,457
4,457
4,457
0
(100)
46
(9,694)
(9,694)
(9,694)
(9,694)
(9,694)
(9,694)
(9,694)
0
(210)0000000
18,789
18,789
18,789
18,789
18,789
18,789
18,789
(850)
1,327
1,327
1,327
1,327
1,327
1,327
1,327
(1,114)
0000000
0000000
0000000
1060000000
(8)
0000000
90
(32,652)
(32,652)
(32,652)
(32,652)
(32,652)
(32,652)
(32,652)
150
(22,230)
(22,230)
(22,230)
(22,230)
(22,230)
(22,230)
(22,230)
(239)
(13)
(253)
(850)
(850)
(850)
(850)
(850)
(850)
(850)
(255)
5,665
5,665
5,665
5,665
5,665
5,665
5,665
(262)
9,075
9,075
9,075
9,075
9,075
9,075
9,075
173
13,890
13,890
13,890
13,890
13,890
13,890
13,890
1,216
706
1,420
1,420
1,420
1,420
1,420
1,420
1,420
8,204
8,204
8,204
8,204
8,204
8,204
8,204
648
81,000
81,000
81,000
81,000
81,000
81,000
81,000
(50)0000000
(69)
743
743
743
743
743
743
743
(10,364)
(10,364)
(10,364)
(10,364)
(10,364)
(10,364)
(10,364)
(149)
(628)
(628)
(628)
(628)
(628)
(628)
(628)
73
2,990
2,990
2,990
2,990
2,990
2,990
2,990
0
4530000000
(327)
(327)
(327)
(327)
(327)
(327)
(327)
(4,267)
(4,267)
(4,267)
(4,267)
(4,267)
(4,267)
(4,267)
2540000000
78,772
78,772
78,772
78,772
78,772
78,772
78,772
1,695
(62)
74,300
74,300
74,300
74,300
74,300
74,300
74,300
1,886
3,046
0000000
1,932
207
207
207
207
207
207
207
(965)
(965)
(965)
(965)
(965)
(965)
(965)
681
681
681
681
681
681
681
(324)
(324)
(324)
(324)
(324)
(324)
(324)
(522)
(522)
(522)
(522)
(522)
(522)
(522)
(92)
(92)
(92)
(92)
(92)
(92)
(92)
(270)
(270)
(270)
(270)
(270)
(270)
(270)
(350)
(350)
(350)
(350)
(350)
(350)
(350)
(410)
(410)
(410)
(410)
(410)
(410)
(410)
(203)
(203)
(203)
(203)
(203)
(203)
(203)
(8,887)
(8,887)
(8,887)
(8,887)
(8,887)
(8,887)
(8,887)
(11,134)
(11,134)
(11,134)
(11,134)
(11,134)
(11,134)
(11,134)
FY
FY
FY
FY
FY
FY
FY
09-10
09-10
09-10
09-10
09-10
09-10
09-10
Budget
Budget
Budget
Budget
Budget
Budget
Budget
FY
FY
FY
FY
FY
FY
FY
10-11
10-11
10-11
10-11
10-11
10-11
10-11
Budget
Budget
Budget
Budget
Budget
Budget
Budget
(Proposed)
(Proposed)
(Proposed)
(Proposed)
(Proposed)
(Proposed)
(Proposed)
%
%
%
%
%
%
% Variance
Variance
Variance
Variance
Variance
Variance
Variance
1,205,016
1,205,016
1,205,016
1,205,016
1,205,016
1,205,016
1,205,016
250
8,000
8,000
8,000
8,000
8,000
8,000
8,000
7000000000
1,000
80,000
80,000
80,000
80,000
80,000
80,000
80,000
8000000000
1,800
15,000
15,000
15,000
15,000
15,000
15,000
15,000
3,500
1,308,016
1,308,016
1,308,016
1,308,016
1,308,016
1,308,016
1,308,016
500
8,550
550
550
550
550
550
550
550
1,500
1,500
1,500
1,500
1,500
1,500
1,500
456,523
3,000
3,000
3,000
3,000
3,000
3,000
3,000
10,000
10,000
10,000
10,000
10,000
10,000
10,000
500
500
500
500
500
500
500
21,000
15,550
15,550
15,550
15,550
15,550
15,550
15,550
0
100
52,680
120,000
120,000
120,000
120,000
120,000
120,000
120,000
0
6500000000
8500000000
22,000
22,000
22,000
22,000
22,000
22,000
22,000
75,280
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
3,000
3,000
3,000
3,000
3,000
3,000
3,000
35,484
10,000
10,000
10,000
10,000
10,000
10,000
10,000
1,000
10,000
10,000
10,000
10,000
10,000
10,000
10,000
3,000
0000000
19,821
175,000
175,000
175,000
175,000
175,000
175,000
175,000
24,000
500
4,800
68,900
68,900
68,900
68,900
68,900
68,900
68,900
2,3000000000
2,500
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
500
73,900
73,900
73,900
73,900
73,900
73,900
73,900
500
94,405
0000000
0000000
5,3700000000
350
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
17,000
17,000
17,000
17,000
17,000
17,000
17,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
3,600
1,000
1,000
1,000
1,000
1,000
1,000
1,000
4,400
00000000
14,5200000000
3,000
3,000
3,000
3,000
3,000
3,000
3,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
7,0000000000
31,800
31,800
31,800
31,800
31,800
31,800
31,800
19,500
8,500
1,604,266
1,604,266
1,604,266
1,604,266
1,604,266
1,604,266
1,604,266
35,000
1,202,433
1,202,433
1,202,433
1,202,433
1,202,433
1,202,433
1,202,433 0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
250
10,000
10,000
10,000
10,000
10,000
10,000
10,000 0%
25%
25%
25%
25%
25%
25%
25%
5000000000 -29%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
1,500
101,000
101,000
101,000
101,000
101,000
101,000
101,000 50%
26%
26%
26%
26%
26%
26%
26%
800
1,000
1,000
1,000
1,000
1,000
1,000
1,000 0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
1,800
17,000
17,000
17,000
17,000
17,000
17,000
17,000 0%
13%
13%
13%
13%
13%
13%
13%
3,000
1,331,433
1,331,433
1,331,433
1,331,433
1,331,433
1,331,433
1,331,433 -14%
2%
2%
2%
2%
2%
2%
2%
500
0%
8,350
-2%
550
550
550
550
550
550
550 0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000 3%
33%
33%
33%
33%
33%
33%
33%
469,499
3,000
3,000
3,000
3,000
3,000
3,000
3,000 0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
12,000
12,000
12,000
12,000
12,000
12,000
12,000 20%
20%
20%
20%
20%
20%
20%
-100%
-100%
-100%
-100%
-100%
-100%
20,0000000000 -100%
-5%
17,550
17,550
17,550
17,550
17,550
17,550
17,550 100%
13%
13%
13%
13%
13%
13%
13%
1,000
100
0%
54,260
3%
120,000
120,000
120,000
120,000
120,000
120,000
120,000
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
300
100%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
5000000000 -23%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
00000000 -100%
23,500
23,500
23,500
23,500
23,500
23,500
23,500 1%
7%
7%
7%
7%
7%
7%
7%
76,160
6,000
6,000
6,000
6,000
6,000
6,000
6,000 20%
20%
20%
20%
20%
20%
20%
6,000
6,000
6,000
6,000
6,000
6,000
6,000 20%
20%
20%
20%
20%
20%
20%
3,000
3,000
3,000
3,000
3,000
3,000
3,000 0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
35,4840000000 -100%
0%
-100%
-100%
-100%
-100%
-100%
-100%
1,000
0%
10,000
10,000
10,000
10,000
10,000
10,000
10,000 0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
3,000
0%
0000000 0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
21,545
9%
168,500
168,500
168,500
168,500
168,500
168,500
168,500 -4%
-4%
-4%
-4%
-4%
-4%
-4%
24,000
0%
500
0%
4,800
70,000
70,000
70,000
70,000
70,000
70,000
70,000 0%
2%
2%
2%
2%
2%
2%
2%
2,300
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000 0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
2,500
0%
10,000
10,000
10,000
10,000
10,000
10,000
10,000 100%
100%
100%
100%
100%
100%
100%
500
85,000
85,000
85,000
85,000
85,000
85,000
85,000 0%
15%
15%
15%
15%
15%
15%
15%
500
0%
96,129
2%
0000000 0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0000000 0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
5,3700000000 0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
350
800
800
800
800
800
800
800 0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
800
17,000
17,000
17,000
17,000
17,000
17,000
17,000 0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000 0%
-60%
-60%
-60%
-60%
-60%
-60%
-60%
3,600
1,000
1,000
1,000
1,000
1,000
1,000
1,000 0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
4,400
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
00000000 0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
14,5200000000 0%
3,000
3,000
3,000
3,000
3,000
3,000
3,000 0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
3,500
3,500
3,500
3,500
3,500
3,500
3,500 -30%
-30%
-30%
-30%
-30%
-30%
-30%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
7,0000000000 0%
27,300
27,300
27,300
27,300
27,300
27,300
27,300 0%
-14%
-14%
-14%
-14%
-14%
-14%
-14%
19,500
8,500
1,629,783
1,629,783
1,629,783
1,629,783
1,629,783
1,629,783
1,629,783 0%
2%
2%
2%
2%
2%
2%
2%
35,000
0%
143,925
3,600
3,600
3,600
3,600
3,600
3,600
3,600
219,205
145,649
1%
3,600
3,600
3,600
3,600
3,600
3,600
3,600 0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
221,809
1%
58,477
58,477
58,477
58,477
58,477
58,477
58,477
28,588
28,588
28,588
28,588
28,588
28,588
28,588
1,600
1,600
1,600
1,600
1,600
1,600
1,600
500
500
500
500
500
500
500
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000
3,000
3,000
3,000
3,000
3,000
3,000
3,000
6,000
6,000
6,000
6,000
6,000
6,000
6,000
250
250
250
250
250
250
250
1,500
1,500
1,500
1,500
1,500
1,500
1,500
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000
20,000
20,000
20,000
20,000
20,000
20,000
20,000
127,515
127,515
127,515
127,515
127,515
127,515
127,515
58,477
58,477
58,477
58,477
58,477
58,477
58,477 0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
28,588
28,588
28,588
28,588
28,588
28,588
28,588 0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000 25%
25%
25%
25%
25%
25%
25%
500
500
500
500
500
500
500 0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
1,900
1,900
1,900
1,900
1,900
1,900
1,900 -5%
-5%
-5%
-5%
-5%
-5%
-5%
3,200
3,200
3,200
3,200
3,200
3,200
3,200 7%
7%
7%
7%
7%
7%
7%
6,000
6,000
6,000
6,000
6,000
6,000
6,000 0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
250
250
250
250
250
250
250 0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
1,500
1,500
1,500
1,500
1,500
1,500
1,500 0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000 0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
18,000
18,000
18,000
18,000
18,000
18,000
18,000 -10%
-10%
-10%
-10%
-10%
-10%
-10%
126,015
126,015
126,015
126,015
126,015
126,015
126,015 -1%
-1%
-1%
-1%
-1%
-1%
-1%
(2,583)
(2,583)
(2,583)
(2,583)
(2,583)
(2,583)
(2,583)
23,417
23,417
23,417
23,417
23,417
23,417
23,417
(200)
12,976
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000
880
(6,500)
(6,500)
(6,500)
(6,500)
(6,500)
(6,500)
(6,500)
11,100
11,100
11,100
11,100
11,100
11,100
11,100
1,724
0
(4,500)
(4,500)
(4,500)
(4,500)
(4,500)
(4,500)
(4,500)
25,517
25,517
25,517
25,517
25,517
25,517
25,517
0
1,724
2,604
(1,500)
(1,500)
(1,500)
(1,500)
(1,500)
(1,500)
(1,500)
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2010-2011 General Fund Budget Comparison
FY
FY
FY
FY
FY
FY
FY
10-FY
10-FY
10-FY
10-FY
10-FY
10-FY
10-FY
11
11
11
11
11
11
GENERAL
11
GENERAL
GENERAL
GENERAL
GENERAL
GENERAL
GENERAL
FUND
FUND
FUND
FUND
FUND
FUND
FUND
BUDGET
BUDGET
BUDGET
BUDGET
BUDGET
BUDGET
BUDGET
COMPARISON
COMPARISON
COMPARISON
COMPARISON
COMPARISON
COMPARISON
COMPARISON
REVENUES
REVENUES
REVENUES
REVENUES
REVENUES
REVENUES
REVENUES
HIGHWAY DEPARTMENT
Taxes
Taxes
Taxes
Taxes
Taxes
Taxes
Taxes
General Maintenance (April-Oct)
2000-00
2000-00
2000-00
2000-00
2000-00
2000-00
2000-00
Current
Current
Current
Current
Current
Current
Current
Property
Property
Property
Property
Property
Property
Property
Taxes
Taxes
Taxes
Taxes
Taxes
Taxes
Taxes
5112-10
Salaries
2001-00
2001-00
2001-00
2001-00
2001-00
2001-00
2001-00
Late
Late
Late
Late
Late
Late
Late
Tax
Tax
Tax
Tax
Tax
Tax
Tax
Interest
Interest
Interest
Interest
Interest
Interest
Interest
5112-21
Operating
Equipment
2002-00
2002-00
2002-00
2002-00
2002-00
2002-00
2002-00
Delinquent
Delinquent
Delinquent
Delinquent
Delinquent
Delinquent
Delinquent
Taxes
Taxes
Taxes
Taxes
Taxes
Taxes
Taxes
5112-21.01
Vehicle Fuel
2003-00
2003-00
2003-00
2003-00
2003-00
2003-00
2003-00
Current
Current
Current
Current
Current
Current
Current
Use
Use
Use
Use
Use
Use
Use
5112-22
Materials
2004-00
2004-00
2004-00
2004-00
2004-00
2004-00
2004-00
Railroad
Railroad
Railroad
Railroad
Railroad
Railroad
Railroad
Tax
Tax
Tax
Tax
Tax
Tax
Tax
Chloride - 9,000 gals. @.90 = $8000
2030-00
2030-00
2030-00
2030-00
2030-00
2030-00
2030-00
Delinquent
Delinquent
Delinquent
Delinquent
Delinquent
Delinquent
Delinquent
Tax
Tax
Tax
Tax
Tax
Tax
Tax
Interest
Interest
Interest
Interest
Interest
Interest
Interest
Gravel - 4000 yds @ $6.00 = $24,000
Subtotal
Subtotal
Subtotal
Subtotal
Subtotal
Subtotal
Subtotal
5112-25
Contracted Services
Permits
Permits
Permits
Permits
Permits
Permits
Permits
&
&
&
&
&
Licenses
&
Licenses
&
Licenses
Licenses
Licenses
Licenses
Licenses Subtotal
FY
FY
FY
FY
FY
FY
FY
08-09
08-09
08-09
08-09
08-09
08-09
08-09
Budget
Budget
Budget
Budget
Budget
Budget
Budget
FY
FY
FY
FY
FY
FY
FY
08-09
08-09
08-09
08-09
08-09
08-09
08-09
Actual
Actual
Actual
Actual
Actual
Actual
Actual Variance
Variance
Variance
Variance
Variance
Variance
Variance
FY
FY
FY
FY
FY
FY
FY
09-10
09-10
09-10
09-10
09-10
09-10
09-10
Budget
Budget
Budget
Budget
Budget
Budget
Budget
FY
FY
FY
FY
FY
FY
FY
10-11
10-11
10-11
10-11
10-11
10-11
10-11
Budget
Budget
Budget
Budget
Budget
Budget
Budget
(Proposed)
(Proposed)
(Proposed)
(Proposed)
(Proposed)
(Proposed)
(Proposed)
%
%
%
%
%
%
% Variance
Variance
Variance
Variance
Variance
Variance
Variance
1,147,978
1,147,978
1,147,978
1,147,978
1,147,978
1,147,978
1,147,978 1,118,055
1,118,055
1,118,055
1,118,055
1,118,055
1,118,055
1,118,055
113,708
116,107
6,000
6,000
6,000
6,000
6,000
6,000
6,000
12,575
12,575
12,575
12,575
12,575
12,575
12,575
29,000
33,300
0000000
623
623
623
623
623
623
623
0
26,269
80,000
80,000
80,000
80,000
80,000
80,000
80,000
96,195
96,195
96,195
96,195
96,195
96,195
96,195
25,000
28,715
0000000
1,149
1,149
1,149
1,149
1,149
1,149
1,149
15,000
15,000
15,000
15,000
15,000
15,000
15,000
19,792
19,792
19,792
19,792
19,792
19,792
19,792
1,248,978
1,248,978
1,248,978
1,248,978
1,248,978
1,248,978
1,248,978 1,248,389
1,248,389
1,248,389
1,248,389
1,248,389
1,248,389
1,248,389
15,000
12,032
182,708
216,423
(29,922)
(29,922)
(29,922)
(29,922)
(29,922)
(29,922)
(29,922)
2,399
6,575
6,575
6,575
6,575
6,575
6,575
6,575
4,300
623
623
623
623
623
623
623
26,269
16,195
16,195
16,195
16,195
16,195
16,195
16,195
3,715
0000000
4,792
4,792
4,792
4,792
4,792
4,792
4,792
(589)
(589)
(589)
(589)
(589)
(589)
(589)
(2,968)
33,715
1,205,016
1,205,016
1,205,016
1,205,016
1,205,016
1,205,016
1,205,016
117,119
8,000
8,000
8,000
8,000
8,000
8,000
8,000
32,000
0000000
0
80,000
80,000
80,000
80,000
80,000
80,000
80,000
25,000
0000000
15,000
15,000
15,000
15,000
15,000
15,000
15,000
1,308,016
1,308,016
1,308,016
1,308,016
1,308,016
1,308,016
1,308,016
15,000
189,119
1,202,433
1,202,433
1,202,433
1,202,433
1,202,433
1,202,433
1,202,433
117,119
10,000
10,000
10,000
10,000
10,000
10,000
10,000
16,500
0000000
19,000
101,000
101,000
101,000
101,000
101,000
101,000
101,000
32,000
1,000
1,000
1,000
1,000
1,000
1,000
1,000
17,000
17,000
17,000
17,000
17,000
17,000
17,000
1,331,433
1,331,433
1,331,433
1,331,433
1,331,433
1,331,433
1,331,433
10,000
194,619
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
25%
25%
25%
25%
25%
25%
25%
-48%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
26%
26%
26%
26%
26%
26%
26%
28%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
13%
13%
13%
13%
13%
13%
13%
2%
2%
2%
2%
2%
2%
2%
-33%
3%
2101-00
2101-00
2101-00
2101-00
2101-00
2101-00
2101-00
Beer
Beer
Beer
Beer
Beer
Beer
Beer
&
&
&
&
&
Wine
&
Wine
&
Wine
Wine
Wine
Wine
Wine
Licenses
Licenses
Licenses
Licenses
Licenses
Licenses
Licenses
550
550
550
550
550
550
550
550
550
550
550
550
550
550
5130-22
Traffic
Control
Materials
1,500
839
2120-00
2120-00
2120-00
2120-00
2120-00
2120-00
2120-00
Dog
Dog
Dog
Dog
Dog
Dog
Dog
Licenses
Licenses
Licenses
Licenses
Licenses
Licenses
Licenses
&
&
&
&
&
fees
&
fees
&
fees
fees
fees
fees
fees
1,500
1,500
1,500
1,500
1,500
1,500
1,500
2,081
2,081
2,081
2,081
2,081
2,081
2,081
2121-00
2121-00
2121-00
2121-00
2121-00
2121-00
2121-00
Building
Building
Building
Building
Building
Building
Building
Permits
Permits
Permits
Permits
Permits
Permits
Permits
3,000
3,000
3,000
3,000
3,000
3,000
3,000
4,033
4,033
4,033
4,033
4,033
4,033
4,033
Winter
Maintenance (Nov-March)
2107-00
2107-00
2107-00
2107-00
2107-00
2107-00
2107-00
Town
Town
Town
Town
Town
Town
Town
Clerk
Clerk
Clerk
Clerk
Clerk
Clerk
Clerk
Fees
Fees
Fees
Fees
Fees
Fees
Fees
10,000
10,000
10,000
10,000
10,000
10,000
10,000
13,305
13,305
13,305
13,305
13,305
13,305
13,305
5142-10
Salaries
91,337
95,105
2109-00
2109-00
2109-00
2109-00
2109-00
2109-00
2109-00
Restoration
Restoration
Restoration
Restoration
Restoration
Restoration
Restoration
Fees/
Fees/
Fees/
Fees/
Fees/
Fees/
Fees/
Miscellaneous
Miscellaneous
Miscellaneous
Miscellaneous
Miscellaneous
Miscellaneous
Miscellaneous
520
520
520
520
520
520
520
58
58
58
58
58
58
58
5142-21
Operating
Equipment
30,000
23,693
Subtotal
Subtotal
Subtotal
Subtotal
Subtotal
Subtotal
Subtotal
15,570
15,570
15,570
15,570
15,570
15,570
15,570
20,027
20,027
20,027
20,027
20,027
20,027
20,027
5142-21.01
Vehicle Fuel
0
17,066
5142-22
Materials
26,000
27,190
Intergovernmental
Intergovernmental
Intergovernmental
Intergovernmental
Intergovernmental
Intergovernmental
Intergovernmental
Transfers
Transfers
Transfers
Transfers
Transfers
Transfers
Transfers
Sand
-4000
yds. Funds
@
$2.75= $11,000
2240-00
2240-00
2240-00
2240-00
2240-00
2240-00
2240-00
State
State
State
State
State
State
State
Highway
Highway
Highway
Highway
Highway
Highway
Highway
Funds
Funds
Funds
Funds
Funds
Funds
125,000
125,000
125,000
125,000
125,000
125,000
125,000
115,306
115,306
115,306
115,306
115,306
115,306
115,306
Salt
- 300
tons @ $64.00
= $19, 000
2241-00
2241-00
2241-00
2241-00
2241-00
2241-00
2241-00
State
State
State
State
State
State
State
Paving/Bridge
Paving/Bridge
Paving/Bridge
Paving/Bridge
Paving/Bridge
Paving/Bridge
Paving/Bridge
Funds
Funds
Funds
Funds
Funds
Funds
Funds
0000000
0000000
5142-25
Contracted
setrvices
1,500
0
2245-00
2245-00
2245-00
2245-00
2245-00
2245-00
2245-00
FEMA
FEMA
FEMA
FEMA
FEMA
FEMA
FEMA
Reimbursements
Reimbursements
Reimbursements
Reimbursements
Reimbursements
Reimbursements
Reimbursements
0000000
18,789
18,789
18,789
18,789
18,789
18,789
18,789
Subtotal
148,837
2375-00
2375-00
2375-00
2375-00
2375-00
2375-00
2375-00
Reimb.
Reimb.
Reimb.
Reimb.
Reimb.
Reimb.
Reimb.
From
From
From
From
From
From
From
Library
Library
Library
Library
Library
Library
Library
17,750
17,750
17,750
17,750
17,750
17,750
17,750 163,055
19,077
19,077
19,077
19,077
19,077
19,077
19,077
Bridge/Culvert
Maintenance
2372-00
2372-00
2372-00
2372-00
2372-00
2372-00
2372-00
Reimb.
Reimb.
Reimb.
Reimb.
Reimb.
Reimb.
Reimb.
From
From
From
From
From
From
From
Water
Water
Water
Water
Water
Water
Water
Dept.
Dept.
Dept.
Dept.
Dept.
Dept.
Dept.
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
5242-22
Materials
12,000
11,356
2373-00
2373-00
2373-00
2373-00
2373-00
2373-00
2373-00
Reimb.
Reimb.
Reimb.
Reimb.
Reimb.
Reimb.
Reimb.
From
From
From
From
From
From
From
Sewer
Sewer
Sewer
Sewer
Sewer
Sewer
Sewer
Dept.
Dept.
Dept.
Dept.
Dept.
Dept.
Dept.
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
5242-25
Contracted
Services*
15,000
3,235
2374-00
2374-00
2374-00
2374-00
2374-00
2374-00
2374-00
Westminster
Westminster
Westminster
Westminster
Westminster
Westminster
Westminster
Highway
Highway
Highway
Highway
Highway
Highway
Highway
Reimbursement
Reimbursement
Reimbursement
Reimbursement
Reimbursement
Reimbursement
Reimbursement
3,000
3,000
3,000
3,000
3,000
3,000
3,000
3,000
3,000
3,000
3,000
3,000
3,000
3,000
Subtotal
27,000
14,591
2370-00
2370-00
2370-00
2370-00
2370-00
2370-00
2370-00
Capital
Capital
Capital
Capital
Capital
Capital
Capital
Reserve
Reserve
Reserve
Reserve
Reserve
Reserve
Reserve
15,000
15,000
15,000
15,000
15,000
15,000
15,000
15,000
15,000
15,000
15,000
15,000
15,000
15,000
*Putney
10% match for State
Highway
Funds-Actual expense includes town10,000
&
state share 10,000
2945-00
2945-00
2945-00
2945-00
2945-00
2945-00
2945-00
Edwald
Edwald
Edwald
Edwald
Edwald
Edwald
Edwald
Fund
Fund
Fund
Fund
Fund
Fund
Fund
10,000
10,000
10,000
10,000
10,000
10,000
10,000
10,000
10,000
10,000
10,000
10,000
Retreatment
2707-00
2707-00
2707-00
2707-00
2707-00
2707-00
2707-00
Special
Special
Special
Special
Special
Special
Special
Revenue
Revenue
Revenue
Revenue
Revenue
Revenue
Revenue
Funds
Funds
Funds
Funds
Funds
Funds
Funds
60,300
60,300
60,300
60,300
60,300
60,300
60,300
27,648
27,648
27,648
27,648
27,648
27,648
27,648
5252-25
Contracted
Service*
50,000
31,416
Subtotal
Subtotal
Subtotal
Subtotal
Subtotal
Subtotal
Subtotal
241,050
241,050
241,050
241,050
241,050
241,050
241,050
218,820
218,820
218,820
218,820
218,820
218,820
218,820
5252-30
Crusher/Screener
2,000
463
Subtotal
52,000
31,879
Police
Police
Police
Police
Police
Police
Police
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
Fire
Fire
Fire
Fire
Fire
Fire
Fire
*Putney
20% match for State
Highway
Funds
2420-00
2420-00
2420-00
2420-00
2420-00
2420-00
2420-00
Fire
Fire
Fire
Fire
Fire
Fire
Fire
Reimbursement/School
Reimbursement/School
Reimbursement/School
Reimbursement/School
Reimbursement/School
Reimbursement/School
Reimbursement/School
Donations
Donations
Donations
Donations
Donations
Donations
Donations
71,450
71,450
71,450
71,450
71,450
71,450
71,450
70,600
70,600
70,600
70,600
70,600
70,600
70,600
5280-00
Street
Lights
6,0000000000
5,083
2123-00
2123-00
2123-00
2123-00
2123-00
2123-00
2123-00
Fire
Fire
Fire
Fire
Fire
Fire
Fire
Inspections
Inspections
Inspections
Inspections
Inspections
Inspections
Inspections
5,665
5,665
5,665
5,665
5,665
5,665
5,665
2376-00
2376-00
2376-00
2376-00
2376-00
2376-00
2376-00
Local
Local
Local
Local
Local
Local
Local
Ordinance
Ordinance
Ordinance
Ordinance
Ordinance
Ordinance
Ordinance
Fines
Fines
Fines
Fines
Fines
Fines
Fines
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
14,075
14,075
14,075
14,075
14,075
14,075
14,075
Sidewalk Maintenance Subtotal
Subtotal
Subtotal
Subtotal
Subtotal
Subtotal
Subtotal
76,450
76,450
76,450
76,450
76,450
76,450
76,450
90,340
90,340
90,340
90,340
90,340
90,340
90,340
5290-21
Operating Equipment
5,000
3,909
Miscellaneous
Miscellaneous
Miscellaneous
Miscellaneous
Miscellaneous
Miscellaneous
Miscellaneous
Income
Income
Income
Income
Income
Income
Income
Subtotal
5,000
3,909
2994-00
2994-00
2994-00
2994-00
2994-00
2994-00
2994-00
Town
Town
Town
Town
Town
Town
Town
Party
Party
Party
Party
Party
Party
Party
0000000
1,420
1,420
1,420
1,420
1,420
1,420
1,420
2900-00
2900-00
2900-00
2900-00
2900-00
2900-00
2900-00
Wardon
Wardon
Wardon
Wardon
Wardon
Wardon
Wardon
Rd.
Rd.
Rd.
Rd.
Rd.
Rd.
Rd.
Assesment
Assesment
Assesment
Assesment
Assesment
Assesment
Assesment
0000000
8,204
8,204
8,204
8,204
8,204
8,204
8,204
Town
Garage
2750-00
2750-00
2750-00
2750-00
2750-00
2750-00
2750-00
Note
Note
Note
Note
Note
Note
Note
Proceeds
Proceeds
Proceeds
Proceeds
Proceeds
Proceeds
Proceeds
81,000
81,000
81,000
81,000
81,000
81,000
81,000
5310-22
Repairs
&
Maintenance
2,5000000000
2,388
2910-00
2910-00
2910-00
2910-00
2910-00
2910-00
2910-00
Reappraisal
Reappraisal
Reappraisal
Reappraisal
Reappraisal
Reappraisal
Reappraisal
Reserve
Reserve
Reserve
Reserve
Reserve
Reserve
Fund
Fund
Fund
Fund
Fund
Fund
Fund
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
5310-23
Small
Tools &Reserve
Equipment
2,000
1,655
2920-00
2920-00
2920-00
2920-00
2920-00
2920-00
2920-00
Pool/bottle
Pool/bottle
Pool/bottle
Pool/bottle
Pool/bottle
Pool/bottle
Pool/bottle
refunds
refunds
refunds
refunds
refunds
refunds
17,000
17,000
17,000
17,000
17,000
17,000
17,000
17,743
17,743
17,743
17,743
17,743
17,743
17,743
5310-25
Uniforms
& refunds
Safety
Equipment
3,200
3,688
2930-00
2930-00
2930-00
2930-00
2930-00
2930-00
2930-00
Interest
Interest
Interest
Interest
Interest
Interest
Interest
Income
Income
Income
Income
Income
Income
Income
15,000
15,000
15,000
15,000
15,000
15,000
15,000
4,636
4,636
4,636
4,636
4,636
4,636
4,636
5310-34
Telephone
&
Radio
1,800
1,873
2980-00
2980-00
2980-00
2980-00
2980-00
2980-00
2980-00
Rents/Vendors
Rents/Vendors
Rents/Vendors
Rents/Vendors
Rents/Vendors
Rents/Vendors
Rents/Vendors
1,000
1,000
1,000
1,000
1,000
1,000
1,000
372
372
372
372
372
372
372
5310-58
Operator
Testing
500
145
2986-01
2986-01
2986-01
2986-01
2986-01
2986-01
2986-01
Insurance
Insurance
Insurance
Insurance
Insurance
Insurance
Insurance
Claims
Claims
Claims
Claims
Claims
Claims
Claims
2,990
2,990
2,990
2,990
2,990
2,990
2,990
5310-72
Licenses/Registration
3000000000
598
2986-02
2986-02
2986-02
2986-02
2986-02
2986-02
2986-02
Land
Land
Land
Land
Land
Land
Land
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
5310-77
Electricity
2,5000000000
2,0900000000
2986-00
2986-00
2986-00
2986-00
2986-00
2986-00
2986-00
Refunds/Other
Refunds/Other
Refunds/Other
Refunds/Other
Refunds/Other
Refunds/Other
Refunds/Other
3,000
3,000
3,000
3,000
3,000
3,000
3,000
2,673
2,673
2,673
2,673
2,673
2,673
2,673
5310-78
Heat
1,200
0
2987-00
2987-00
2987-00
2987-00
2987-00
2987-00
2987-00
Miscellaneous
Miscellaneous
Miscellaneous
Miscellaneous
Miscellaneous
Miscellaneous
Miscellaneous
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
733
733
733
733
733
733
5310-81
Building
Improvement
0
0733
2995-00
2995-00
2995-00
2995-00
2995-00
2995-00
2995-00
Surplus
Surplus
Surplus
Surplus
Surplus
Surplus
Surplus
Funds
Funds
Funds
Funds
Funds
Funds
Funds
Subtotal
14,0000000000
12,4370000000
Subtotal
Subtotal
Subtotal
Subtotal
Subtotal
Subtotal
Subtotal
41,800
41,800
41,800
41,800
41,800
41,800
41,800
120,572
120,572
120,572
120,572
120,572
120,572
120,572
TOTAL
TOTAL
TOTAL
TOTAL
TOTAL
TOTAL
TOTAL
REVENUES
REVENUES
REVENUES
REVENUES
REVENUES
REVENUES
REVENUES
1,623,848
1,623,848
1,623,848
1,623,848
1,623,848
1,623,848
1,623,848 1,698,148
1,698,148
1,698,148
1,698,148
1,698,148
1,698,148
1,698,148
TOTAL
HIGHWAY
DEPARTMENT
437,045
448,217
0000000
(661)
581
581
581
581
581
581
581
1,033
1,033
1,033
1,033
1,033
1,033
1,033
3,305
3,305
3,305
3,305
3,305
3,305
3,305
3,768
(462)
(462)
(462)
(462)
(462)
(462)
(462)
(6,307)
4,457
4,457
4,457
4,457
4,457
4,457
4,457
17,066
1,190
550
550
550
550
550
550
550
1,500
1,500
1,500
1,500
1,500
1,500
1,500
1,500
3,000
3,000
3,000
3,000
3,000
3,000
3,000
10,000
10,000
10,000
10,000
10,000
10,000
10,000
94,077
500
500
500
500
500
500
500
35,000
15,550
15,550
15,550
15,550
15,550
15,550
15,550
0
26,000
550
550
550
550
550
550
550
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000
3,000
3,000
3,000
3,000
3,000
3,000
3,000
12,000
12,000
12,000
12,000
12,000
12,000
12,000
94,0770000000
23,000
17,550
17,550
17,550
17,550
17,550
17,550
17,550
15,000
30,000
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
33%
33%
33%
33%
33%
33%
33%
33%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
20%
20%
20%
20%
20%
20%
20%
0%
-100%
-100%
-100%
-100%
-100%
-100%
-100%
-34%
13%
13%
13%
13%
13%
13%
13%
0%
15%
(9,694)
(9,694)
(9,694)
(9,694)
(9,694)
(9,694)
(9,694)
0000000
(1,500)
18,789
18,789
18,789
18,789
18,789
18,789
18,789
14,218
1,327
1,327
1,327
1,327
1,327
1,327
1,327
0000000
(644)0000000
(11,765)0000000
(12,409)0000000
0000000
(32,652)
(32,652)
(32,652)
(32,652)
(32,652)
(32,652)
(32,652)
(18,584)
(22,230)
(22,230)
(22,230)
(22,230)
(22,230)
(22,230)
(22,230)
(1,537)
(20,121)
(850)
(850)
(850)
(850)
(850)
(850)
(850)
(917)
5,665
5,665
5,665
5,665
5,665
5,665
5,665
9,075
9,075
9,075
9,075
9,075
9,075
9,075
13,890
13,890
13,890
13,890
13,890
13,890
13,890
(1,091)
(1,091)
1,420
1,420
1,420
1,420
1,420
1,420
1,420
8,204
8,204
8,204
8,204
8,204
8,204
8,204
81,000
81,000
81,000
81,000
81,000
81,000
81,000
(112)
(345)0000000
743
743
743
743
743
743
743
488
(10,364)
(10,364)
(10,364)
(10,364)
(10,364)
(10,364)
(10,364)
73
(628)
(628)
(628)
(628)
(628)
(628)
(628)
(355)
2,990
2,990
2,990
2,990
2,990
2,990
2,990
298
(410)0000000
(327)
(327)
(327)
(327)
(327)
(327)
(327)
(1,200)
(4,267)
(4,267)
(4,267)
(4,267)
(4,267)
(4,267)
(4,267)
0
(1,563)0000000
78,772
78,772
78,772
78,772
78,772
78,772
78,772
74,300
74,300
74,300
74,300
74,300
74,300
74,300
11,172
120,000
120,000
120,000
120,000
120,000
120,000
120,000
0000000
1,5000000000
156,577
22,000
22,000
22,000
22,000
22,000
22,000
22,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
8,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
15,000
3,000
3,000
3,000
3,000
3,000
3,000
3,000
23,000
10,000
10,000
10,000
10,000
10,000
10,000
10,000
10,000
10,000
10,000
10,000
10,000
10,000
10,000
0000000
50,000
175,000
175,000
175,000
175,000
175,000
175,000
175,000
2,000
52,000
68,900
68,900
68,900
68,900
68,900
68,900
68,900
6,0000000000
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
73,900
73,900
73,900
73,900
73,900
73,900
73,900
1,500
1,500
0000000
0000000
2,5000000000
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
2,000
17,000
17,000
17,000
17,000
17,000
17,000
17,000
3,200
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
3,000
1,000
1,000
1,000
1,000
1,000
1,000
1,000
500
3000000000
2,5000000000
3,000
3,000
3,000
3,000
3,000
3,000
3,000
1,200
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
0
15,2000000000
31,800
31,800
31,800
31,800
31,800
31,800
31,800
1,604,266
1,604,266
1,604,266
1,604,266
1,604,266
1,604,266
1,604,266
444,896
EXPENDITURES
EXPENDITURES
EXPENDITURES
EXPENDITURES
EXPENDITURES
EXPENDITURES
EXPENDITURES
Intergovernmental
& Agency Assessments
GENERAL
GENERAL
GENERAL
GENERAL
GENERAL
GENERAL
GENERAL
GOVERNMENT
GOVERNMENT
GOVERNMENT
GOVERNMENT
GOVERNMENT
GOVERNMENT
GOVERNMENT
6330-00
WSWMD Assessment
3000-00
3000-00
3000-00
3000-00
3000-00
3000-00
3000-00
Salaries/Selectpeople
Salaries/Selectpeople
Salaries/Selectpeople
Salaries/Selectpeople
Salaries/Selectpeople
Salaries/Selectpeople
Salaries/Selectpeople
9300-74
Conn.
River Transit
9300-72
County
TaxesMunicipality
Managing
Managing
Managing
Managing
Managing
Managing
Managing
Municipality
Municipality
Municipality
Municipality
Municipality
Municipality
9300-71
Town
of Brookline Taxes
3210-10
3210-10
3210-10
3210-10
3210-10
3210-10
3210-10
Salary/Manager
Salary/Manager
Salary/Manager
Salary/Manager
Salary/Manager
Salary/Manager
Salary/Manager
9300-76
Sewer
Assessment
3210-11
3210-11
3210-11
3210-11
3210-11
3210-11
3210-11
Salary/Admin.
Salary/Admin.
Salary/Admin.
Salary/Admin.
Salary/Admin.
Salary/Admin.
Salary/Admin.
Assistant
Assistant
Assistant
Assistant
Assistant
Assistant
Assistant
8720-44
Social
Service
Agencies
3210-25
3210-25
3210-25
3210-25
3210-25
3210-25
3210-25
Contracted
Contracted
Contracted
Contracted
Contracted
Contracted
Contracted
Services
Services
Services
Services
Services
Services
Services
Subtotal
3210-30
3210-30
3210-30
3210-30
3210-30
3210-30
3210-30
Advertising
Advertising
Advertising
Advertising
Advertising
Advertising
Advertising
3210-34
3210-34
3210-34
3210-34
3210-34
3210-34
3210-34
3210-40
3210-40
3210-40
3210-40
3210-40
3210-40
3210-40
3210-60
3210-60
3210-60
3210-60
3210-60
3210-60
3210-60
3210-62
3210-62
3210-62
3210-62
3210-62
3210-62
3210-62
3210-74
3210-74
3210-74
3210-74
3210-74
3210-74
3210-74
3210-84
3210-84
3210-84
3210-84
3210-84
3210-84
3210-84
3210-21
3210-21
3210-21
3210-21
3210-21
3210-21
3210-21
Telephone
Telephone
Telephone
Telephone
Telephone
Telephone
Telephone
&
&
&
&
&
Alarm
&
Alarm
&
Alarm
Alarm
Alarm
Alarm
Alarm
Dues,
Dues,
Dues,
Dues,
Dues,
Dues,
Dues,
Subscriptions
Subscriptions
Subscriptions
Subscriptions
Subscriptions
Subscriptions
Subscriptions
Legal
Legal
Legal
Legal
Legal
Legal
Legal
Fees
Fees
Fees
Fees
Fees
Fees
Fees
Printing
Printing
Printing
Printing
Printing
Printing
Printing
Travel
Travel
Travel
Travel
Travel
Travel
Travel
&
&
&
&
&
Meetings
&
Meetings
&
Meetings
Meetings
Meetings
Meetings
Meetings
Office
Office
Office
Office
Office
Office
Office
Equipment
Equipment
Equipment
Equipment
Equipment
Equipment
Equipment
&
&
&
&
&
Supplies
&
Supplies
&
Supplies
Supplies
Supplies
Supplies
Supplies
Accounting
Accounting
Accounting
Accounting
Accounting
Accounting
Accounting
Services
Services
Services
Services
Services
Services
Services
Subtotal
Subtotal
Subtotal
Subtotal
Subtotal
Subtotal
Subtotal
23,900
3,600
3,600
3,600
3,600
3,600
3,600
3,600
750
14,800
1,500
56,774
56,774
56,774
56,774
56,774
56,774
56,774
50,000
27,755
27,755
27,755
27,755
27,755
27,755
27,755
32,500
1,600
1,600
1,600
1,600
1,600
1,600
1,600
123,450
500
500
500
500
500
500
500
23,900
3,600
3,600
3,600
3,600
3,600
3,600
3,600
750
15,659
1,618
56,980
56,980
56,980
56,980
56,980
56,980
56,980
50,000
26,790
26,790
26,790
26,790
26,790
26,790
26,790
32,500
2,281
2,281
2,281
2,281
2,281
2,281
2,281
124,427
176
176
176
176
176
176
176
0
00000000
859
118
207
207
207
207
207
207
207
0(965)
(965)
(965)
(965)
(965)
(965)
(965)
0
681
681
681
681
681
681
681
977
(324)
(324)
(324)
(324)
(324)
(324)
(324)
32,267
3,600
3,600
3,600
3,600
3,600
3,600
3,600
750
15,000
1,500
58,477
58,477
58,477
58,477
58,477
58,477
58,477
50,000
28,588
28,588
28,588
28,588
28,588
28,588
28,588
33,500
1,600
1,600
1,600
1,600
1,600
1,600
1,600
133,017
500
500
500
500
500
500
500
2,600
2,600
2,600
2,600
2,600
2,600
2,600
3,000
3,000
3,000
3,000
3,000
3,000
3,000
6,500
6,500
6,500
6,500
6,500
6,500
6,500
350
350
350
350
350
350
350
1,500
1,500
1,500
1,500
1,500
1,500
1,500
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000
25,000
25,000
25,000
25,000
25,000
25,000
25,000
131,179
131,179
131,179
131,179
131,179
131,179
131,179
2,078
2,078
2,078
2,078
2,078
2,078
2,078
2,908
2,908
2,908
2,908
2,908
2,908
2,908
6,230
6,230
6,230
6,230
6,230
6,230
6,230
0000000
1,090
1,090
1,090
1,090
1,090
1,090
1,090
1,798
1,798
1,798
1,798
1,798
1,798
1,798
16,113
16,113
16,113
16,113
16,113
16,113
16,113
120,045
120,045
120,045
120,045
120,045
120,045
120,045
(522)
(522)
(522)
(522)
(522)
(522)
(522)
(92)
(92)
(92)
(92)
(92)
(92)
(92)
(270)
(270)
(270)
(270)
(270)
(270)
(270)
(350)
(350)
(350)
(350)
(350)
(350)
(350)
(410)
(410)
(410)
(410)
(410)
(410)
(410)
(203)
(203)
(203)
(203)
(203)
(203)
(203)
(8,887)
(8,887)
(8,887)
(8,887)
(8,887)
(8,887)
(8,887)
(11,134)
(11,134)
(11,134)
(11,134)
(11,134)
(11,134)
(11,134)
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000
3,000
3,000
3,000
3,000
3,000
3,000
3,000
6,000
6,000
6,000
6,000
6,000
6,000
6,000
250
250
250
250
250
250
250
1,500
1,500
1,500
1,500
1,500
1,500
1,500
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000
20,000
20,000
20,000
20,000
20,000
20,000
20,000
127,515
127,515
127,515
127,515
127,515
127,515
127,515
120,000
120,000
120,000
120,000
120,000
120,000
120,000 0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0000000 0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
00000000 -100%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
162,077
23,500
23,500
23,500
23,500
23,500
23,500
23,500 4%
7%
7%
7%
7%
7%
7%
7%
6,000
6,000
6,000
6,000
6,000
6,000
6,000 20%
20%
20%
20%
20%
20%
20%
8,000
6,000
6,000
6,000
6,000
6,000
6,000
6,000 0%
20%
20%
20%
20%
20%
20%
20%
10,000
-33%
3,000
3,000
3,000
3,000
3,000
3,000
3,000 0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
18,0000000000 -22%
-100%
-100%
-100%
-100%
-100%
-100%
-100%
10,000
10,000
10,000
10,000
10,000
10,000
10,000 0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0000000 0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
50,000
168,500
168,500
168,500
168,500
168,500
168,500
168,500 0%
-4%
-4%
-4%
-4%
-4%
-4%
-4%
1,800
-10%
51,800
0%
70,000
70,000
70,000
70,000
70,000
70,000
70,000 2%
2%
2%
2%
2%
2%
2%
6,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000 0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
10,000
10,000
10,000
10,000
10,000
10,000
10,000 100%
100%
100%
100%
100%
100%
100%
85,000
85,000
85,000
85,000
85,000
85,000
85,000 15%
15%
15%
15%
15%
15%
15%
1,000
-33%
1,000
-33%
0000000 0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0000000 0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
2,8000000000 12%
800
800
800
800
800
800
800 0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
2,000
17,000
17,000
17,000
17,000
17,000
17,000
17,000 3%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
3,300
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000 -17%
-60%
-60%
-60%
-60%
-60%
-60%
-60%
2,500
1,000
1,000
1,000
1,000
1,000
1,000
1,000 0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
500
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
5000000000 67%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
2,5000000000 0%
3,000
3,000
3,000
3,000
3,000
3,000
3,000 -33%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
800
3,500
3,500
3,500
3,500
3,500
3,500
3,500
-30%
-30%
-30%
-30%
-30%
-30%
-30%
0
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
14,9000000000 -2%
27,300
27,300
27,300
27,300
27,300
27,300
27,300 -14%
-14%
-14%
-14%
-14%
-14%
-14%
1,629,783
1,629,783
1,629,783
1,629,783
1,629,783
1,629,783
1,629,783 1%
2%
2%
2%
2%
2%
2%
2%
450,396
32,670
3,600
3,600
3,600
3,600
3,600
3,600
3,600
750
15,800
1,700
58,477
58,477
58,477
58,477
58,477
58,477
58,477
45,000
28,588
28,588
28,588
28,588
28,588
28,588
28,588
33,500
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000
129,420
500
500
500
500
500
500
500
1%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
5%
13%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
-10%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
25%
25%
25%
25%
25%
25%
25%
-3%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
1,900
1,900
1,900
1,900
1,900
1,900
1,900 -5%
-5%
-5%
-5%
-5%
-5%
-5%
3,200
3,200
3,200
3,200
3,200
3,200
3,200 7%
7%
7%
7%
7%
7%
7%
6,000
6,000
6,000
6,000
6,000
6,000
6,000 0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
250
250
250
250
250
250
250 0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
1,500
1,500
1,500
1,500
1,500
1,500
1,500 0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000 0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
18,000
18,000
18,000
18,000
18,000
18,000
18,000 -10%
-10%
-10%
-10%
-10%
-10%
-10%
126,015
126,015
126,015
126,015
126,015
126,015
126,015 -1%
-1%
-1%
-1%
-1%
-1%
-1%
(2,583)
(2,583)
(2,583)
(2,583)
(2,583)
(2,583)
(2,583)
23,417
23,417
23,417
23,417
23,417
23,417
23,417
5,500
500
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000
5,500
(5,000)
(6,500)
(6,500)
(6,500)
(6,500)
(6,500)
(6,500)
(6,500)
(200)
0
11,100
11,100
11,100
11,100
11,100
11,100
11,100
(500)
(300)
(4,500)
(4,500)
(4,500)
(4,500)
(4,500)
(4,500)
(4,500)
25,517
25,517
25,517
25,517
25,517
25,517
25,517
5,500
(3,597)
(1,500)
(1,500)
(1,500)
(1,500)
(1,500)
(1,500)
(1,500)
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2010-2011 General Fund Budget Comparison
FY
FY
FY
FY
FY
FY
FY
10-FY
10-FY
10-FY
10-FY
10-FY
10-FY
10-FY
11
11
11
11
11
11
GENERAL
11
GENERAL
GENERAL
GENERAL
GENERAL
GENERAL
GENERAL
FUND
FUND
FUND
FUND
FUND
FUND
FUND
BUDGET
BUDGET
BUDGET
BUDGET
BUDGET
BUDGET
BUDGET
COMPARISON
COMPARISON
COMPARISON
COMPARISON
COMPARISON
COMPARISON
COMPARISON
FY
FY
FY
FY
FY
FY
FY
08-09
08-09
08-09
08-09
08-09
08-09
08-09
Budget
Budget
Budget
Budget
Budget
Budget
Budget
REVENUES
REVENUES
REVENUES
REVENUES
REVENUES
REVENUES
REVENUES
Taxes
Taxes
Taxes
Taxes
Taxes
Taxes
Taxes & Cultural
Recreation
2000-00
2000-00
2000-00
2000-00
2000-00
2000-00
2000-00
7112-00
2001-00
2001-00
2001-00
2001-00
2001-00
2001-00
2001-00
7112-10
2002-00
2002-00
2002-00
2002-00
2002-00
2002-00
2002-00
7112-21
2003-00
2003-00
2003-00
2003-00
2003-00
2003-00
2003-00
7395-00
2004-00
2004-00
2004-00
2004-00
2004-00
2004-00
2004-00
2030-00
2030-00
2030-00
2030-00
2030-00
2030-00
2030-00
7800-20
Current
Current
Current
Current
Current
Current
Current
Property
Property
Property
Property
Property
Property
Property
Taxes
Taxes
Taxes
Taxes
Taxes
Taxes
Taxes
Recreation
Coordinator
Late
Late
Late
Late
Late
Late
Late
Tax
Tax
Tax
Tax
Tax
Tax
Tax
Interest
Interest
Interest
Interest
Interest
Interest
Interest
Pool
Labor
Delinquent
Delinquent
Delinquent
Delinquent
Delinquent
Delinquent
Delinquent
Taxes
Taxes
Taxes
Taxes
Taxes
Taxes
Taxes
Pool
Expenses
Current
Current
Current
Current
Current
Current
Current
Use
Use
Use
Use
Use
Use
Use
Memorial
Day
Railroad
Railroad
Railroad
Railroad
Railroad
Railroad
Railroad
Tax
Tax
Tax
Tax
Tax
Tax
Tax
Town
Party
Delinquent
Delinquent
Delinquent
Delinquent
Delinquent
Delinquent
Delinquent
Tax
Tax
Tax
Tax
Tax
Tax
Tax
Interest
Interest
Interest
Interest
Interest
Interest
Interest
Library
Appropriation
Subtotal
Subtotal
Subtotal
Subtotal
Subtotal
Subtotal
Subtotal
6820-00
Cemetery
Maintenance
Permits
Permits
Permits
Permits
Permits
Permits
Permits
&
&
&
&
&
Licenses
&
Licenses
&
Licenses
Licenses
Licenses
Licenses
Licenses Subtotal
Warning
Articles
2101-00
2101-00
2101-00
2101-00
2101-00
2101-00
2101-00
Beer
Beer
Beer
Beer
Beer
Beer
Beer
&
&
&
&
&
Wine
&
Wine
&
Wine
Wine
Wine
Wine
Wine
Licenses
Licenses
Licenses
Licenses
Licenses
Licenses
Licenses
Article
16
- Energy
Conservation
2120-00
2120-00
2120-00
2120-00
2120-00
2120-00
2120-00
Dog
Dog
Dog
Dog
Dog
Dog
Dog
Licenses
Licenses
Licenses
Licenses
Licenses
Licenses
Licenses
&
&
&
&
&
fees
&
fees
&
fees
fees
fees
fees
fees
Article
22Pierce
Hall & Concerts
2121-00
2121-00
2121-00
2121-00
2121-00
2121-00
2121-00
Building
Building
Building
Building
Building
Building
Building
Permits
Permits
Permits
Permits
Permits
Permits
Permits
subtotal
2107-00
2107-00
2107-00
2107-00
2107-00
2107-00
2107-00
Town
Town
Town
Town
Town
Town
Town
Clerk
Clerk
Clerk
Clerk
Clerk
Clerk
Clerk
Fees
Fees
Fees
Fees
Fees
Fees
Fees
FY
FY
FY
FY
FY
FY
FY
08-09
08-09
08-09
08-09
08-09
08-09
08-09
Actual
Actual
Actual
Actual
Actual
Actual
Actual Variance
Variance
Variance
Variance
Variance
Variance
Variance
1,147,978
1,147,978
1,147,978
1,147,978
1,147,978
1,147,978
1,147,978 1,118,055
1,118,055
1,118,055
1,118,055
1,118,055
1,118,055
1,118,055
7,725
7,725
6,000
6,000
6,000
6,000
6,000
6,000
6,000
12,575
12,575
12,575
12,575
12,575
12,575
12,575
16,000
18,306
623
623
623
623
623
623
623
7,0000000000
4,327
80,000
80,000
80,000
80,000
80,000
80,000
80,000
96,195
96,195
96,195
96,195
96,195
96,195
96,195
500
141
1,149
1,149
1,149
1,149
1,149
1,149
1,149
00000000
1,571
15,000
15,000
15,000
15,000
15,000
15,000
15,000
19,792
19,792
19,792
19,792
19,792
19,792
19,792
98,994
99,578
1,248,978
1,248,978
1,248,978
1,248,978
1,248,978
1,248,978
1,248,978 1,248,389
1,248,389
1,248,389
1,248,389
1,248,389
1,248,389
1,248,389
3,500
3,500
133,719
135,148
550
550
550
550
550
550
550
3,000
1,500
1,500
1,500
1,500
1,500
1,500
1,500
0
3,000
3,000
3,000
3,000
3,000
3,000
3,000
3,000
10,000
10,000
10,000
10,000
10,000
10,000
10,000
550
550
550
550
550
550
550
3,000
2,081
2,081
2,081
2,081
2,081
2,081
2,081
0
4,033
4,033
4,033
4,033
4,033
4,033
4,033
3,000
13,305
13,305
13,305
13,305
13,305
13,305
13,305
2109-00
2109-00
2109-00
2109-00
2109-00
2109-00
2109-00
Restoration
Restoration
Restoration
Restoration
Restoration
Restoration
Restoration
Fees/
Fees/
Fees/
Fees/
Fees/
Fees/
Fees/
Miscellaneous
Miscellaneous
Miscellaneous
Miscellaneous
Miscellaneous
Miscellaneous
Miscellaneous
Subtotal -General Fund Budget
Subtotal
Subtotal
Subtotal
Subtotal
Subtotal
Subtotal
Subtotal
520
520
520
520
520
520
520
58
58
58
58
58
58
58
1,355,598
15,570
15,570
15,570
15,570
15,570
15,570
15,570 1,389,056
20,027
20,027
20,027
20,027
20,027
20,027
20,027
Debt
Service & Capital
Plan
Intergovernmental
Intergovernmental
Intergovernmental
Intergovernmental
Intergovernmental
Intergovernmental
Intergovernmental
Transfers
Transfers
Transfers
Transfers
Transfers
Transfers
Transfers
9999-00
Direct
Cap.
Expenditures
2240-00
2240-00
2240-00
2240-00
2240-00
2240-00
2240-00
State
State
State
State
State
State
State
Highway
Highway
Highway
Highway
Highway
Highway
Highway
Funds
Funds
Funds
Funds
Funds
Funds
Funds (Truck)
2241-00
2241-00
2241-00
2241-00
2241-00
2241-00
2241-00
State
State
State
State
State
State
State
Paving/Bridge
Paving/Bridge
Paving/Bridge
Paving/Bridge
Paving/Bridge
Paving/Bridge
Paving/Bridge
Funds
Funds
Funds
Funds
Funds
Funds
9999-01
Debt
Service
principalFunds
2245-00
2245-00
2245-00
2245-00
2245-00
2245-00
2245-00
FEMA
FEMA
FEMA
FEMA
FEMA
FEMA
FEMA
Reimbursements
Reimbursements
Reimbursements
Reimbursements
Reimbursements
Reimbursements
Reimbursements
9999-02
Debt
Service
interest
2375-00
2375-00
2375-00
2375-00
2375-00
2375-00
2375-00
Reimb.
Reimb.
Reimb.
Reimb.
Reimb.
Reimb.
Reimb.
From
From
From
From
From
From
From
Library
Library
Library
Library
Library
Library
LibraryE-1 Fire
(includes
Volvo
Grader,
2372-00
2372-00
2372-00
2372-00
2372-00
2372-00
2372-00
Reimb.
Reimb.
Reimb.
Reimb.
Reimb.
Reimb.
Reimb.
From
From
From
From
From
From
From
Water
Water
Water
Water
Water
Water
Water
Dept.
Dept.
Dept.
Dept.
Dept.
Dept.
Dept.
Truck, Ford 1 Ton truck,
Mack Truck,
2373-00
2373-00
2373-00
2373-00
2373-00
2373-00
2373-00
Reimb.
Reimb.
Reimb.
Reimb.
Reimb.
Reimb.
Reimb.
From
From
From
From
From
From
From
Sewer
Sewer
Sewer
Sewer
Sewer
Sewer
Sewer
Dept.
Dept.
Dept.
Dept.
Dept.
Dept.
Dept.
Gravel
Pit,
Fire
Station,
Wardon
Road)
2374-00
2374-00
2374-00
2374-00
2374-00
2374-00
2374-00
Westminster
Westminster
Westminster
Westminster
Westminster
Westminster
Westminster
Highway
Highway
Highway
Highway
Highway
Highway
Highway
Reimbursement
Reimbursement
Reimbursement
Reimbursement
Reimbursement
Reimbursement
Reimbursement
2370-00
2370-00
2370-00
2370-00
2370-00
2370-00
2370-00
Capital
Capital
Capital
Capital
Capital
Capital
Capital
Reserve
Reserve
Reserve
Reserve
Reserve
Reserve
Reserve
9600-00
Capital
Reserve
2945-00
2945-00
2945-00
2945-00
2945-00
2945-00
2945-00
Edwald
Edwald
Edwald
Edwald
Edwald
Edwald
Edwald
Fund
Fund
Fund
Fund
Fund
Fund
FundFund
9600-02
Long-term
debt
service
(Fire Station)
2707-00
2707-00
2707-00
2707-00
2707-00
2707-00
2707-00
Special
Special
Special
Special
Special
Special
Special
Revenue
Revenue
Revenue
Revenue
Revenue
Revenue
Revenue
Funds
Funds
Funds
Funds
Funds
Funds
Funds
Subtotal
Subtotal
Subtotal
Subtotal
Subtotal
Subtotal
Subtotal
8600-00
Short
term Interest
9900-00
Miscellaneous
Police
Police
Police
Police
Police
Police
Police
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
Fire
Fire
Fire
Fire
Fire
Fire
Fire
9900-30
Abatements
2420-00
2420-00
2420-00
2420-00
2420-00
2420-00
2420-00
Fire
Fire
Fire
Fire
Fire
Fire
Fire
Reimbursement/School
Reimbursement/School
Reimbursement/School
Reimbursement/School
Reimbursement/School
Reimbursement/School
Reimbursement/School
Donations
Donations
Donations
Donations
Donations
Donations
Donations
Subtotal
2123-00
2123-00
2123-00
2123-00
2123-00
2123-00
2123-00
Fire
Fire
Fire
Fire
Fire
Fire
Fire
Inspections
Inspections
Inspections
Inspections
Inspections
Inspections
Inspections
2376-00
2376-00
2376-00
2376-00
2376-00
2376-00
2376-00
Local
Local
Local
Local
Local
Local
Local
Ordinance
Ordinance
Ordinance
Ordinance
Ordinance
Ordinance
Ordinance
Fines
Fines
Fines
Fines
Fines
Fines
Fines
TOTAL
EXPENDITURES
Subtotal
Subtotal
Subtotal
Subtotal
Subtotal
Subtotaltotal revenue -total expense
FY 09 operating surplus /Subtotal
(deficit):
15,000
68,088
125,000
125,000
125,000
125,000
125,000
125,000
125,000
115,306
115,306
115,306
115,306
115,306
115,306
115,306
128,8000000000 131,8540000000
18,789
18,789
18,789
18,789
18,789
18,789
18,789
00000000
0
17,750
17,750
17,750
17,750
17,750
17,750
17,750
19,077
19,077
19,077
19,077
19,077
19,077
19,077
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
3,000
3,000
3,000
3,000
3,000
3,000
3,000
3,000
3,000
3,000
3,000
3,000
3,000
3,000
15,000
15,000
15,000
15,000
15,000
15,000
15,000
15,000
15,000
15,000
15,000
15,000
15,000
15,000
50,000
25,000
10,000
10,000
10,000
10,000
10,000
10,000
10,000
10,000
10,000
10,000
10,000
10,000
10,000
10,000
71,450
70,600
60,300
60,300
60,300
60,300
60,300
60,300
60,300
27,648
27,648
27,648
27,648
27,648
27,648
27,648
241,050
241,050
241,050
241,050
241,050
241,050
241,050
218,820
218,820
218,820
218,820
218,820
218,820
218,820
3,000
1,579
0
8,450
0
5,760
71,450
71,450
71,450
71,450
71,450
71,450
71,450 311,331
70,600
70,600
70,600
70,600
70,600
70,600
70,600
268,250
0000000
5,665
5,665
5,665
5,665
5,665
5,665
5,665
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000 1,700,387
14,075
14,075
14,075
14,075
14,075
14,075
14,075
1,623,848
76,450
76,450
76,450
76,450
76,450
76,450
76,450
90,340
90,340
90,340
90,340
90,340
90,340
90,340
(29,922)
(29,922)
(29,922)
(29,922)
(29,922)
(29,922)
(29,922)
0
6,575
6,575
6,575
6,575
6,575
6,575
6,575
2,306
623
623
623
623
623
623
623
(2,673)
16,195
16,195
16,195
16,195
16,195
16,195
16,195
(359)
1,5710000000
4,792
4,792
4,792
4,792
4,792
4,792
4,792
584
(589)
(589)
(589)
(589)
(589)
(589)
0(589)
1,429
FY
FY
FY
FY
FY
FY
FY
09-10
09-10
09-10
09-10
09-10
09-10
09-10
Budget
Budget
Budget
Budget
Budget
Budget
Budget
1,205,016
1,205,016
1,205,016
1,205,016
1,205,016
1,205,016
1,205,016
7,725
8,000
8,000
8,000
8,000
8,000
8,000
8,000
17,000
5,0000000000
80,000
80,000
80,000
80,000
80,000
80,000
80,000
500
00000000
15,000
15,000
15,000
15,000
15,000
15,000
15,000
102,500
1,308,016
1,308,016
1,308,016
1,308,016
1,308,016
1,308,016
1,308,016
3,500
136,225
FY
FY
FY
FY
FY
FY
FY
10-11
10-11
10-11
10-11
10-11
10-11
10-11
Budget
Budget
Budget
Budget
Budget
Budget
Budget
(Proposed)
(Proposed)
(Proposed)
(Proposed)
(Proposed)
(Proposed)
(Proposed)
1,202,433
1,202,433
1,202,433
1,202,433
1,202,433
1,202,433
1,202,433
7,725
10,000
10,000
10,000
10,000
10,000
10,000
10,000
17,500
5,0000000000
101,000
101,000
101,000
101,000
101,000
101,000
101,000
500
1,000
1,000
1,000
1,000
1,000
1,000
1,000
0
17,000
17,000
17,000
17,000
17,000
17,000
17,000
104,160
1,331,433
1,331,433
1,331,433
1,331,433
1,331,433
1,331,433
1,331,433
3,500
138,385
%
%
%
%
%
%
% Variance
Variance
Variance
Variance
Variance
Variance
Variance
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
25%
25%
25%
25%
25%
25%
25%
3%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
26%
26%
26%
26%
26%
26%
26%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
13%
13%
13%
13%
13%
13%
13%
2%
2%
2%
2%
2%
2%
2%
2%
0%
2%
0000000
550
550
550
550
550
550
550
550
550
550
550
550
550
550 0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0581
2,500
0
-100%
581
581
581
581
581
581
1,500
1,500
1,500
1,500
1,500
1,500
1,500
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000
33%
33%
33%
33%
33%
33%
33%
0
1,900
0
-100%
1,033
1,033
1,033
1,033
1,033
1,033
1,033
3,000
3,000
3,000
3,000
3,000
3,000
3,000
3,000
3,000
3,000
3,000
3,000
3,000
3,000 0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0
4,400
0
-100%
3,305
3,305
3,305
3,305
3,305
3,305
3,305
10,000
10,000
10,000
10,000
10,000
10,000
10,000
12,000
12,000
12,000
12,000
12,000
12,000
12,000
20%
20%
20%
20%
20%
20%
20%
(462)
(462)
(462)
(462)
(462)
(462)
(462)
500
500
500
500
500
500
500
0000000 -100%
-100%
-100%
-100%
-100%
-100%
-100%
33,458
4,457
4,457
4,457
4,457
4,457
4,457
4,457 1,394,266
15,550
15,550
15,550
15,550
15,550
15,550
15,550 1,409,509
17,550
17,550
17,550
17,550
17,550
17,550
17,550 1%
13%
13%
13%
13%
13%
13%
13%
53,088
0
(9,694)
(9,694)
(9,694)
(9,694)
(9,694)
(9,694)
(9,694)
120,000
120,000
120,000
120,000
120,000
120,000
120,000
3,0540000000
139,6000000000
18,789
18,789
18,789
18,789
18,789
18,789
18,789
0
00000000
1,327
1,327
1,327
1,327
1,327
1,327
1,327
22,000
22,000
22,000
22,000
22,000
22,000
22,000
0000000
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
0000000
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
0000000
3,000
3,000
3,000
3,000
3,000
3,000
3,000
0000000
10,000
10,000
10,000
10,000
10,000
10,000
10,000
(25,000)0000000
0
10,000
10,000
10,000
10,000
10,000
10,000
10,000
(850)
68,9000000000
(32,652)
(32,652)
(32,652)
(32,652)
(32,652)
(32,652)
(32,652)
(22,230)
(22,230)
(22,230)
(22,230)
(22,230)
(22,230)
(22,230)
175,000
175,000
175,000
175,000
175,000
175,000
175,000
(1,421)
1,500
8,450
0
5,760
(850)
(850)
(850)
(850)
(850)
(850)
(850)
68,900
68,900
68,900
68,900
68,900
68,900
68,900
43,081
210,000
5,665
5,665
5,665
5,665
5,665
5,665
5,665
0000000
9,075
9,075
9,075
9,075
9,075
9,075
9,075 1,604,266
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
76,539
13,890
13,890
13,890
13,890
13,890
13,890
13,890
73,900
73,900
73,900
73,900
73,900
73,900
73,900
(2,239)
20,000
120,000
120,000
120,000
120,000
120,000
120,000
120,000 0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
143,7960000000 3%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
44,9780000000 0%
23,500
23,500
23,500
23,500
23,500
23,500
23,500 7%
7%
7%
7%
7%
7%
7%
6,000
6,000
6,000
6,000
6,000
6,000
6,000 20%
20%
20%
20%
20%
20%
20%
6,000
6,000
6,000
6,000
6,000
6,000
6,000 20%
20%
20%
20%
20%
20%
20%
3,000
3,000
3,000
3,000
3,000
3,000
3,000 0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0000000 -100%
-100%
-100%
-100%
-100%
-100%
-100%
10,000
10,000
10,000
10,000
10,000
10,000
10,000
10,000 0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
00000000 -100%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
168,500
168,500
168,500
168,500
168,500
168,500
168,500 0%
-4%
-4%
-4%
-4%
-4%
-4%
-4%
1,500
0
0%
70,000
70,000
70,000
70,000
70,000
70,000
70,000 5%
2%
2%
2%
2%
2%
2%
2%
220,274
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000 0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
10,000
10,000
10,000
10,000
10,000
10,000
10,000 100%
100%
100%
100%
100%
100%
100%
1,629,783
2%
85,000
85,000
85,000
85,000
85,000
85,000
85,000 15%
15%
15%
15%
15%
15%
15%
Miscellaneous
Miscellaneous
Miscellaneous
Miscellaneous
Miscellaneous
Miscellaneous
Miscellaneous
Income
Income
Income
Income
Income
Income
Income
2994-00
2994-00
2994-00
2994-00
2994-00
2994-00
2994-00
Town
Town
Town
Town
Town
Town
Town
Party
Party
Party
Party
Party
Party
Party
0000000
1,420
1,420
1,420
1,420
1,420
1,420
1,420
1,420
1,420
1,420
1,420
1,420
1,420
1,420
0000000
0000000 0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
2900-00
2900-00
2900-00
2900-00
2900-00
2900-00
2900-00
Wardon
Wardon
Wardon
Wardon
Wardon
Wardon
Wardon
Rd.
Rd.
Rd.
Rd.
Rd.
Rd.
Rd.
Assesment
Assesment
Assesment
Assesment
Assesment
Assesment
Assesment
0000000
8,204
8,204
8,204
8,204
8,204
8,204
8,204
8,204
8,204
8,204
8,204
8,204
8,204
8,204
0000000
0000000 0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
2750-00
2750-00
2750-00
2750-00
2750-00
2750-00
2750-00
Note
Note
Note
Note
Note
Note
Note
Proceeds
Proceeds
Proceeds
Proceeds
Proceeds
Proceeds
Proceeds
0000000
81,000
81,000
81,000
81,000
81,000
81,000
81,000
81,000
81,000
81,000
81,000
81,000
81,000
81,000
0000000
0000000 0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
2910-00
2910-00
2910-00
2910-00
2910-00
2910-00
2910-00
Reappraisal
Reappraisal
Reappraisal
Reappraisal
Reappraisal
Reappraisal
Reappraisal
Reserve
Reserve
Reserve
Reserve
Reserve
Reserve
Reserve
Fund
Fund
Fund
Fund
Fund
Fund
Fund
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
0000000
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800
800 0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
2920-00
2920-00
2920-00
2920-00
2920-00
2920-00
2920-00
Pool/bottle
Pool/bottle
Pool/bottle
Pool/bottle
Pool/bottle
Pool/bottle
Pool/bottle
refunds
refunds
refunds
refunds
refunds
refunds
refunds
17,000
17,000
17,000
17,000
17,000
17,000
17,000
17,743
17,743
17,743
17,743
17,743
17,743
17,743
743
743
743
743
743
743
743
17,000
17,000
17,000
17,000
17,000
17,000
17,000
17,000
17,000
17,000
17,000
17,000
17,000
17,000 0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
2930-00
2930-00
2930-00
2930-00
2930-00
2930-00
2930-00
Interest
Interest
Interest
Interest
Interest
Interest
Interest
Income
Income
Income
Income
Income
Income
Income
15,000
15,000
15,000
15,000
15,000
15,000
15,000
4,636
4,636
4,636
4,636
4,636
4,636
4,636
(10,364)
(10,364)
(10,364)
(10,364)
(10,364)
(10,364)
(10,364)
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000 -60%
-60%
-60%
-60%
-60%
-60%
-60%
2980-00
2980-00
2980-00
2980-00
2980-00
2980-00
2980-00
Rents/Vendors
Rents/Vendors
Rents/Vendors
Rents/Vendors
Rents/Vendors
Rents/Vendors
Rents/Vendors
1,000
1,000
1,000
1,000
1,000
1,000
1,000
372
372
372
372
372
372
372
(628)
(628)
(628)
(628)
(628)
(628)
(628)
1,000
1,000
1,000
1,000
1,000
1,000
1,000
1,000
1,000
1,000
1,000
1,000
1,000
1,000 0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
2986-01
2986-01
2986-01
2986-01
2986-01
2986-01
2986-01
Insurance
Insurance
Insurance
Insurance
Insurance
Insurance
Insurance
Claims
Claims
Claims
Claims
Claims
Claims
Claims
0000000
2,990
2,990
2,990
2,990
2,990
2,990
2,990
2,990
2,990
2,990
2,990
2,990
2,990
2,990
0000000
0000000 0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
2986-02
2986-02
2986-02
2986-02
2986-02
2986-02
2986-02
Land
Land
Land
Land
Land
Land
Land
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
0000000
0000000
0000000
0000000
0000000 0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
The
following monies have been budgeted
social
organizations
for 2010-11:
2986-00
2986-00
2986-00
2986-00
2986-00
2986-00
2986-00
Refunds/Other
Refunds/Other
Refunds/Other
Refunds/Other
Refunds/Other
Refunds/Other
Refunds/Other
3,000
3,000
3,000
3,000
3,000
3,000
3,000 for 2,673
2,673
2,673
2,673
2,673
2,673
2,673 service
(327)
(327)
(327)
(327)
(327)
(327)
(327)
3,000
3,000
3,000
3,000
3,000
3,000
3,000
3,000
3,000
3,000
3,000
3,000
3,000
3,000 0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
2987-00
2987-00
2987-00
2987-00
2987-00
2987-00
2987-00
Miscellaneous
Miscellaneous
Miscellaneous
Miscellaneous
Miscellaneous
Miscellaneous
Miscellaneous
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
733
733
733
733
733
733
733
(4,267)
(4,267)
(4,267)
(4,267)
(4,267)
(4,267)
(4,267)
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
3,500
3,500
3,500
3,500
3,500
3,500
3,500 -30%
-30%
-30%
-30%
-30%
-30%
-30%
2995-00
2995-00
2995-00
2995-00
2995-00
2995-00
2995-00
Surplus
Surplus
Surplus
Surplus
Surplus
Surplus
Surplus
Funds
Funds
Funds
Funds
Funds
Funds
Funds
0000000
0000000
0000000
0000000
0000000 0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
Putney Cares
4,250
Subtotal
Subtotal
Subtotal
Subtotal
Subtotal
Subtotal
Subtotal
41,800
41,800
41,800
41,800
41,800
41,800
41,800
120,572
120,572
120,572
120,572
120,572
120,572
120,572
78,772
78,772
78,772
78,772
78,772
78,772
78,772
31,800
31,800
31,800
31,800
31,800
31,800
31,800
27,300
27,300
27,300
27,300
27,300
27,300
27,300 -14%
-14%
-14%
-14%
-14%
-14%
-14%
Putney Community
Center
4,250
TOTAL
TOTAL
TOTAL
TOTAL
TOTAL
TOTAL
TOTAL
REVENUES
REVENUES
REVENUES
REVENUES
REVENUES
REVENUES
REVENUES
1,623,848
1,623,848
1,623,848
1,623,848
1,623,848
1,623,848
1,623,848 1,698,148
1,698,148
1,698,148
1,698,148
1,698,148
1,698,148
1,698,148
74,300
74,300
74,300
74,300
74,300
74,300
74,300 1,604,266
1,604,266
1,604,266
1,604,266
1,604,266
1,604,266
1,604,266 1,629,783
1,629,783
1,629,783
1,629,783
1,629,783
1,629,783
1,629,783 2%
2%
2%
2%
2%
2%
2%
(2,583)
(2,583)
(2,583)
(2,583)
(2,583)
(2,583)
(2,583)
23,417
23,417
23,417
23,417
23,417
23,417
23,417
2,160
15,243
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000
(6,500)
(6,500)
(6,500)
(6,500)
(6,500)
(6,500)
(6,500)
10,274
25,517
11,100
11,100
11,100
11,100
11,100
11,100
11,100
SOCIAL SERVICE AGENCY CONTRIBUTIONS
Putney Family Services
4,250
SEVCA
3,200
Visiting Nurse3,600
Alliance
of
VT
&
NH
3,200
3,600
3,600
3,600
3,600
3,600
3,600
3,600
3,600
3,600
3,600
3,600
3,600
3,600
0000000
Youth Services
3,200
Managing
Managing
Managing
Managing
Managing
Managing
Managing
Municipality
Municipality
Municipality
Municipality
Municipality
Municipality
Municipality
Council on Aging
for SE VT
3,200
Salary/Manager
Salary/Manager
Salary/Manager
Salary/Manager
Salary/Manager
Salary/Manager
Salary/Manager
56,774
56,774
56,774
56,774
56,774
56,774
56,774
56,980
56,980
56,980
56,980
56,980
56,980
56,980
207
207
207
207
207
207
207
Salary/Admin.
Salary/Admin.
Salary/Admin.
Salary/Admin.
Salary/Admin.
Salary/Admin.
Salary/Admin.
Assistant
Assistant
Assistant
Assistant
Assistant
Assistant
Assistant
27,755
27,755
27,755
27,755
27,755
27,755
26,790
26,790
26,790
26,790
26,790
26,790
26,790
(965)
(965)
(965)
(965)
(965)
(965)
(965)
Health Care &27,755
Rehabilitation
Svcs
3,200
Contracted
Contracted
Contracted
Contracted
Contracted
Contracted
Contracted
Services
Services
Services
Services
Services
Services
Services
1,600
1,600
1,600
1,600
1,600
1,600
2,281
2,281
2,281
2,281
2,281
2,281
681
681
681
681
681
681
681
Aids Project of1,600
So.
VT 2,281
475
Advertising
Advertising
Advertising
Advertising
Advertising
Advertising
Advertising
500
500
500
500
500
500
500
176
176
176
176
176
176
176
(324)
(324)
(324)
(324)
(324)
(324)
(324)
Brattleboro Area
Drop-In center
475
Telephone
Telephone
Telephone
Telephone
Telephone
Telephone
Telephone
&
&
&
&
&
Alarm
&
Alarm
&
Alarm
Alarm
Alarm
Alarm
Alarm
2,600
2,600
2,600
2,600
2,600
2,600
2,600
2,078
2,078
2,078
2,078
2,078
2,078
2,078
(522)
(522)
(522)
(522)
(522)
(522)
(522)
Dues,
Dues,
Dues,
Dues,
Dues,
Dues,
Dues,
Subscriptions
Subscriptions
Subscriptions
Subscriptions
Subscriptions
Subscriptions
Subscriptions
3,000
3,000
3,000
3,000
3,000
3,000
3,000
2,908
2,908
2,908
2,908
2,908
2,908
(92)
(92)
(92)
(92)
(92)
(92)
(92)
Brattleboro Area
Hospice 2,908
475
Legal
Legal
Legal
Legal
Legal
Legal
Legal
Fees
Fees
Fees
Fees
Fees
Fees
Fees
6,500
6,500
6,500
6,500
6,500
6,500
6,500
6,230
6,230
6,230
6,230
6,230
6,230
6,230
(270)
(270)
(270)
(270)
(270)
(270)
(270)
Morningside Shelter
475
Printing
Printing
Printing
Printing
Printing
Printing
Printing
350
350
350
350
350
350
350
0000000
(350)
(350)
(350)
(350)
(350)
(350)
(350)
Travel
Travel
Travel
Travel
Travel
Travel
Travel
&
&
&
&
&
Meetings
&
Meetings
&
Meetings
Meetings
Meetings
Meetings
Meetings
1,500
1,500
1,500
1,500
1,500
1,500
1,500
1,090
1,090
1,090
1,090
1,090
1,090
(410)
(410)
(410)
(410)
(410)
(410)
(410)
Green Mountain
RSVP 1,090
475
Office
Office
Office
Office
Office
Office
Office
Equipment
Equipment
Equipment
Equipment
Equipment
Equipment
Equipment
&
&
&
&
&
Supplies
&
Supplies
&
Supplies
Supplies
Supplies
Supplies
SuppliesThe Gathering2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000
1,798
1,798
1,798
1,798
1,798
1,798
1,798
(203)
(203)
(203)
(203)
(203)
(203)
(203)
Place
475
Accounting
Accounting
Accounting
Accounting
Accounting
Accounting
Accounting
Services
Services
Services
Services
Services
Services
Services
25,000
25,000
25,000
25,000
25,000
25,000
25,000
16,113
16,113
16,113
16,113
16,113
16,113
16,113
(8,887)
(8,887)
(8,887)
(8,887)
(8,887)
(8,887)
(8,887)
Vermont Adult
Learning120,045
475
Subtotal
Subtotal
Subtotal
Subtotal
Subtotal
Subtotal
Subtotal
131,179
131,179
131,179
131,179
131,179
131,179
131,179
120,045
120,045
120,045
120,045
120,045
120,045
(11,134)
(11,134)
(11,134)
(11,134)
(11,134)
(11,134)
(11,134)
Windham Child Care Association
475
Windham County Humane Society
475
Windham County Reads
475
Total
33,500
EXPENDITURES
EXPENDITURES
EXPENDITURES
EXPENDITURES
EXPENDITURES
EXPENDITURES
EXPENDITURES
GENERAL
GENERAL
GENERAL
GENERAL
GENERAL
GENERAL
GENERAL
GOVERNMENT
GOVERNMENT
GOVERNMENT
GOVERNMENT
GOVERNMENT
GOVERNMENT
GOVERNMENT
3000-00
3000-00
3000-00
3000-00
3000-00
3000-00
3000-00
Salaries/Selectpeople
Salaries/Selectpeople
Salaries/Selectpeople
Salaries/Selectpeople
Salaries/Selectpeople
Salaries/Selectpeople
Salaries/Selectpeople
3210-10
3210-10
3210-10
3210-10
3210-10
3210-10
3210-10
3210-11
3210-11
3210-11
3210-11
3210-11
3210-11
3210-11
3210-25
3210-25
3210-25
3210-25
3210-25
3210-25
3210-25
3210-30
3210-30
3210-30
3210-30
3210-30
3210-30
3210-30
3210-34
3210-34
3210-34
3210-34
3210-34
3210-34
3210-34
3210-40
3210-40
3210-40
3210-40
3210-40
3210-40
3210-40
3210-60
3210-60
3210-60
3210-60
3210-60
3210-60
3210-60
3210-62
3210-62
3210-62
3210-62
3210-62
3210-62
3210-62
3210-74
3210-74
3210-74
3210-74
3210-74
3210-74
3210-74
3210-84
3210-84
3210-84
3210-84
3210-84
3210-84
3210-84
3210-21
3210-21
3210-21
3210-21
3210-21
3210-21
3210-21
3,600
3,600
3,600
3,600
3,600
3,600
3,600
58,477
58,477
58,477
58,477
58,477
58,477
58,477
28,588
28,588
28,588
28,588
28,588
28,588
28,588
1,600
1,600
1,600
1,600
1,600
1,600
1,600
500
500
500
500
500
500
500
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000
3,000
3,000
3,000
3,000
3,000
3,000
3,000
6,000
6,000
6,000
6,000
6,000
6,000
6,000
250
250
250
250
250
250
250
1,500
1,500
1,500
1,500
1,500
1,500
1,500
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000
20,000
20,000
20,000
20,000
20,000
20,000
20,000
127,515
127,515
127,515
127,515
127,515
127,515
127,515
3,600
3,600
3,600
3,600
3,600
3,600
3,600
(4,500)
(4,500)
(4,500)
(4,500)
(4,500)
(4,500)
(4,500)
25,517
25,517
25,517
25,517
25,517
25,517
25,517
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
58,477
58,477
58,477
58,477
58,477
58,477
58,477 0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
28,588
28,588
28,588
28,588
28,588
28,588
28,588 0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000 25%
25%
25%
25%
25%
25%
25%
500
500
500
500
500
500
500 0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
1,900
1,900
1,900
1,900
1,900
1,900
1,900 -5%
-5%
-5%
-5%
-5%
-5%
-5%
3,200
3,200
3,200
3,200
3,200
3,200
3,200 7%
7%
7%
7%
7%
7%
7%
6,000
6,000
6,000
6,000
6,000
6,000
6,000 0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
250
250
250
250
250
250
250 0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
1,500
1,500
1,500
1,500
1,500
1,500
1,500 0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000 0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
18,000
18,000
18,000
18,000
18,000
18,000
18,000 -10%
-10%
-10%
-10%
-10%
-10%
-10%
126,015
126,015
126,015
126,015
126,015
126,015
126,015 -1%
-1%
-1%
-1%
-1%
-1%
-1%
(1,500)
(1,500)
(1,500)
(1,500)
(1,500)
(1,500)
(1,500)
65,919
26,164
143,801
25,000
Total Payments for year
Offset from Capital Reserve, Edwald and other Funds -(see Revenues)
139,335
20,000
21,072
25,000
28,891
28,650
28,891
2009-10
2008-09
21,072
Est. Cost
15,000
24,685
23,651
25,000
Replace In
2014
2100
21,312
26,500
28,375
89,372
15,000
15,000
25,000
90,151
2009-10
2008-09
2009-10
Life
9
95
Est. Cost
280,000
230,000
400,000
300,000
32,000
100,000
125,000
Est. Cost
155,000
90,000
165,000
45,000
170,000
175,000
110,000
82,000
250,000
80,000
20,000
28,000
50,000
10,000
2008-09
Date
Price Paid
2005
10,550
2005
100,000
Replace In
2017
2024
2013
2014
2014
Replace In
2010
2015
2012
2013
2014
2017
2011
2017
2021
2020
2025
2009
2033
2007
2105
2014
2026
Town Hall
Exterior painting
Replace roof
Renovations
Department Total
Life
18
18
30
20
15
100
12
20
Life
10
8
10
9
9
9
11
15
15
15
15
15
30
28,650
Model
Price Paid
1999
204,278
2006
56,383
1973-1988
30,000
1994
214,308
2004
24,000
2005
1981
2006
Model
Price Paid
2000
73,399
2008
74,758
2002
81,560
2003
32,683
2005
82,045
2007
121,000
2000
82,210
2002
64,150
2006
170,000
2001
40,890
2004
14,500
1990
49,000
2003
35,000
Department Total
Fire Dept Equipment
Eng#3/E-One
Eng#1/E-One
Ladder
Eng#2/Rescue Vehicle
Medium Rescue Vehicle
Highway Equipment
Dump/Sterling #4
1-TonPickUp/Ford #6
Dump/Mack #3
Pickup/Ford #5
Dump/Mack #2
Dump/Mack #1
Loader/Kawasaki
Backhoe/John Deere
Grader/Volvo
Tractor/John Deere
Leaf Vacuum
Crusher/Screener
Garage Roof
Garage Siding
Hi-Lo Biddy Bridge
Sidewalk Tractor
Carpenter Gravel Pit
Department Total
136,382
10,000
0
2010-2011
28,891
28,891
2010-2011
27,250
107,491
24,685
21,312
2010-11
20,000
14,244
151,560
0
2011-12
28,650
28,650
2011-2012
122,910
14,000
24,685
21,312
22,000
2011-12
27,000
13,913
133,460
0
2012-13
28,650
28,650
2012-13
104,810
17,229
22,000
2012-13
27,000
13,581
25,000
Proposed General Fund Capital Replacement Plan
Budget Year 2010-2011
137,879
0
2013-14
28,650
28,650
2013-14
109,229
17,229
22,000
28,000
15,000
2013-14
27,000
222,879
0
2014-15
58,650
30,000
28,650
2014-15
164,229
20,000
17,229
22,000
28,000
15,000
35,000
2014-15
27,000
257,879
0
2015-16
73,650
28,650
15,000
30,000
2015-16
184,229
20,000
17,229
22,000
2015-16
27,000
20,000
28,000
15,000
35,000
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2009 Putney Town Report
Town Boards and Organizations
Putney Selectboard
2009 has been relatively quiet on the home front. I truly
believe that this is the case because of the staff in the Putney Town
Hall. Chris, Laura, Anita, Barb, Denise and Cynthia all do a great
job. I know there are others in town who also give maximum
efforts, but these 6 people make our jobs on the Selectboard very
easy.
One of the first issues we faced this year was the WSWMD
assessment. Due to falling prices in the recycling business,
Putney’s assessment to the solid waste district went up $14,000.
A number of different ways to come up with the money were
explored, but ultimately a special town meeting was called and
the money voted in.
The Putney sidewalk project had its share of hurdles to
jump last summer. After many meetings and several attempts
at funding, the Sidewalk Committee brought a proposal to a
public meeting to shift the centerline of Main Street to the east
by 3 feet to accommodate a 5’ sidewalk and on-street parking on
the west side of Main Street. This would require no land taking,
and would also provide for a de facto “bike path” and potential
future sidewalk on the east side. A public meeting on September
16th yielded a unanimous vote to pursue the centerline shift on
Rt. 5, thus allowing the sidewalk project to sail into the VTrans
pool of construction projects for sometime in the near future.
Speaking of VTrans, the State of Vermont will be replacing
the I-91 Bridge on Rt. 5 north of Santa’s Land this summer.
Anyone traveling north of the village will be affected by a small
detour. You will have to travel a short distance on Taylor Road
to get to a temporary bridge to cross the highway and get back
to Rt. 5 to continue towards Westminster. This location of the
temporary bridge is a huge revenue saving to the state and really
makes sense (imagine that). The new bridge construction is due
to start in May and be completed by December 2010.
Putney also has a new Sheriff in town. Her name is
Melissa Martin and she comes to us via a federal grant program.
For the next four years Putney’s contract with the Sheriff’s
department will remain the same. We get a 40 hour weekly
police presence. In the fifth year of the deal the price to retain
the Sheriff will jump as the grant will have run out. At this time
all residents will have the choice of staying with the existing
coverage or exploring other options.
A tremendous loss was suffered on November 1st, as the
partially rebuilt General Store burned to the ground. A year and
a half’s worth of hard work by many townspeople and supporters
from across Vermont was gone in a frantic few minutes. After
the dust has settled and the Historical Society gets its second
wind, I think the General Store will come back to life and once
again the village will be whole.
The next year is going to be challenging for Putney. The
Selectboard, knowing full well the economic impact of the
nation’s recession, has put together, along with Town Manager
Chris Ryan, a realistic budget, as close to level funding as
possible. Some factors like a 15% health insurance increase are
out of our control. Highway-related fuel and material costs, a
small increase in the town clerk’s office, mutual aid dues, and the
fact that there are three elections on tap for 2010-2011 account
for most of the additional increases in the budget. Many of the
line items have minimal decreases in proposed expenditure.
This is a town wide belt tightening we are proposing.
The Selectboard, in our role as Sewer Commissioners, is
also looking at a very necessary upgrade at the sewer plant. A
new headworks, to trap foreign materials before they get into
the actual pumps, and a new chemical building, to replace an
inadequate and potentially unsafe one, will be on the docket. We
think with some available grant money along with existing sewer
capital expenditure funds, the project would be very affordable
to the town.
In parting I would like to thank all of the town boards,
committees, organizations, individuals, and employees that make
Putney operate on a day to day basis. Without all of you Putney
wouldn’t be the special town it is. For the Putney Selectboard;
Brad King, Chairman
PUTNEY DEVELOPMENT
REVIEW BOARD
In 2009 the Development Review Board (DRB) met seven
times and reviewed 15 applications. The DRB approved ten
subdivisions (eight minor), five Conditional Use permits, one
Site Plan Review, and one variance. The minor subdivisions
were: one each on Kimball Hill, East Putney Ferry Road, Sun
Hill Road, and two each on Pine Banks and Aiken Roads. There
was also Subdivision approval issued for lots on Banning and
Putney Mountain Roads, and a lot line adjustment on Old Route
5.
The Conditional Use permits were for: storage containers
for a self storage business on Mountain View Drive (also
required Site Plan Review); construction within a stream setback
on East Putney Falls Road; a residential apartment on Kimball
Hill; a secondary use massage studio on Kimball Hill; and
alteration of an existing non-conforming structure by T-Mobile
at 452 Holland Hill Road (also required Site Plan Review). A
variance was approved for the alteration of an existing nonconforming structure by T-Mobile at 452 Holland Hill Road.
DRB meetings are open to the public, and typically held as
required at the Putney Town Hall. Meeting times are posted at
Town Hall. All interested persons are encouraged to attend.
PUTNEY AFFORDABLE HOUSING
COMMITTEE
The Putney Affordable Housing Committee (PAHC) began
2009 by meeting with the Dummerston Housing Advisory
Commission and sharing ideas about sites, funding strategies,
and possible collaborations. The PAHC then organized a
public housing forum, which it hosted on March 26, 2009. At
that forum topics such as the changing housing picture, green
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construction, needs assessment, solutions across Vermont,
scattered site and cottage housing, tax incentives, crosstown collaborations, zoning implications, and possible future
work with the Windham Housing Trust (WHT, formerly the
Brattleboro Area Land Trust) were discussed. In July of 2009
the PAHC met with Connie Snow, Director of the WHT, to share
ideas about Putney projects contemplated by the PAHC and/or
WHT. At this time, the PAHC is interested in projects that would
create an inventory of at least 15-20 units, and include rehab
of existing structures, possibly alongside construction of some
new units in Putney. With that in mind, the PAHC is considering
the necessary first steps to feasibility planning, including
consideration of the question of whether the PAHC should
incorporate as a tax-exempt organization.
Landowners planning projects near water should check
first with the town office to see if a permit is needed. We urge
all anglers and boaters to clean their gear carefully to avoid
spreading milfoil, Didymo and other invasive plants and
animals.
Putney is currently unrepresented on the Subcommittee.
Citizens interested in helping to represent the town should
contact the Select Board. The Subcommittee is advisory and has
no regulatory authority. The Subcommittee provides information
and assistance to the states, towns, and landowners on projects
near the river. A calendar, more about Didymo, advice on bank
erosion and obtaining permits for work near the river, the
Connecticut River Management Plan, and much more are on the
web at www.crjc.org.
BOARD OF LISTERS
CEMETERY COMMISSION
The Board of Listers is responsible for determining the
value of the residential and commercial property in town,
commonly know as the Grand List. These values are used in
determining the tax rate necessary to raise funds for municipal
operations, and are also the basis for the determination of state
education property taxes rates.
The Board of Listers consists of three members, elected
or appointed, all of whom are required to be Putney residents.
The current Board consists of one elected member, Sissy Heller,
and two appointed members, Ruby McAdoo and Kathleen
Lawrence, who both agreed to serve during 2009; they would
like to thank Anita Coomes, Town Clerk/Treasurer, Chris Ryan,
Town Manager, and the Town Hall staff, for their support as we
undertook our on-the-job training.
Particular thanks are due to Sissy Heller, who is not
seeking reelection in 2010. Sissy served as Lister for the last
three years, often as the only person to attend to this complex
task.
Kathleen O’Reilly-Lawrence and Ruby McAdoo have been
taking trainings offered by the state in all aspects of the Listers’
duties, and hope to a serve our town for the next several years.
For the Board of Listers; Kathleen O’Reilly Lawrence
The Putney Cemetery Commission focused this year on
Kathan Cemetery which is the burial site of the founders of our
town. It has long been in disuse and can easily become overgrown
because it is not accessible to mowing equipment. We had a well
attended volunteer work session in the spring and did a lot of
clearing and removed a felled tree. Volunteers have also begun
to introduce myrtle into the area to create a more orderly natural
landscape. We would like to thank Pamela Cubbage, Frank
Hoard, Dan Hoviss, Lorne Johnson, Quinn O’Reilly Lawrence
and Charlie Noss for their help on this and other projects.
We also had professional help in evaluating gravestones in
West Hill and Maple Grove Cemeteries in order to prioritize the
many repairs needed to the older stones.
In Maple Grove we were able to complete the long overdue
task of removing some dangerous old trees in the back.
Please contact the Commissioners at Town Hall if you are
interested in restoration work of our Cemeteries. For the Cemetery
Commission; Kathleen O’Reilly Lawrence
WANTASTIQUET REGION
RIVER SUBCOMMITTEE to the
CONNECTICUT RIVER JOINT
COMMISSIONS
In 2009, the Conservation Commission worked with the
Ancient Roads Committee to identify a few old roads that might
be re-designated as legal town trails. This work will continue
in 2010. In addition, the Conservation Commission worked
with National Grid regarding their upcoming pole replacement
project on the electric transmission line which runs through the
eastern part of Putney. The Conservation Commission’s aim
is to encourage National Grid to locate poles in such a way
as to minimize the impact of the planned project on wetlands
and water quality. Thirdly, a new trail was constructed by
community volunteers in the Beatrice Aiken Conservation
Site. This trail was dedicated in October with members of the
Aiken family attending. Ongoing, we continue the upkeep of
the Triangle garden at the entrance to Putney as well as the town
Conservation Sites. Current members are Andrea Darrow, Billy
Fitzgerald, Meghan Houlihan, Kathryn Karmen, Ann Kerrey,
Tim Ragle, Jacquie Walker, and Pamela Cubbage, chair. We
currently have one vacant position. The Commission meets on
the third Thursday of most months with the public welcome.
The Wantastiquet Region River Subcommittee published a
new and expanded Connecticut River Recreation Management
Plan and Water Resources Management Plan, and sponsored a
number of presentations to acquaint the public with the findings.
Each plan represents many months of deliberation and reaching
consensus among people of widely different backgrounds, and
includes extensive detail about the condition and health of the
river.
The Water Resources Plan emphasizes the environmental
and economic benefits of keeping floodplains free of
development and encouraging natural vegetation along
riverbanks to keep them stable, block debris, shade the water,
and filter pollutants from runoff. We encourage towns to
consider our recommendations when updating town plans and
revising zoning ordinances.
PUTNEY CONSERVATION
COMMISSION
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PUTNEY FIRE DEPARTMENT
The Fire Department realized its most active year during
2009; with requests for fire, rescue, and emergency medical
services totaling 472. As always, the time department members
dedicate to incident responses is only a portion of their overall
commitment; with a tremendous number of additional hours
committed to training, education, and special details throughout
the year.
Prior to this year, it had been known that the existing
Brush Truck (38 Brush 1), was in need of replacement; however
this replacement could not be finalized through conventional
budgeting. Recognizing that the need for replacement of this
apparatus was real, the Firefighter’s Association funded the
purchase of a new 38 Brush 1. This new unit was placed into
service in March and has greatly enhanced the department’s
capabilities for response to wild land fires, as well as, response
to other events that do not require the assignment of larger
apparatus.
An extraordinary advancement for the Fire Department
was realized this year with the ratification of a municipal
inspection agreement between the Town of Putney and the
Vermont Division of Fire Safety. This agreement provides the
Fire Department with the responsibility of performing Fire
Prevention and Life Safety inspections pertaining to all public
buildings within the Town of Putney. With the Fire Department
performing these inspections, we have realized an increase in the
Putney’s Volunteer Fire Fighters on the job
level of safety within residential and commercial properties.
A special recognition within the department this year
involves the retirement of Marc Fellows as Assistant Chief.
Marc has dedicated over three decades of service to the Town of
Putney, culminating with his years as Assistant Chief. Though
Marc has retired from the Assistant Chief’s position, he has
not left us entirely; and continues to be a great asset to the Fire
Department and Town of Putney.
The members of the department continue to deserve a great
deal of recognition for their service to the Town of Putney. Each
year, our workload and responsibilities increase and become
more complex. Without the level of dedication and willingness
to sacrifice that is displayed by the members on a daily basis, the
citizens of Putney would not receive the professional level of
services they deserve.
We sincerely appreciate the support received from the
citizens of Putney, as we continue to serve the community with
pride and honor. Thomas Goddard, Fire Chief / EMD
Putney Planning Commission
With the creation of the Development Review Board (DRB)
in 2008, the Planning Commission (PC) no longer has permit
review responsibilities and is now focusing on planning
issues, including the Town Plan and Zoning and Sub-Division
Regulations.
In 2009 the PC began evaluation of possible modifications
to several Zoning Regulations, including cell towers and
multiple dwellings on a lot. The PC also started the required
update of the Putney Town Plan.
The Town Plan is a broad ranging document that
includes factual data about current demographics, community
facilities and land use. It includes recommended policies and
actions intended to direct the future of Putney’s community
development. The Plan has regulatory significance as the
basis for Putney’s Zoning Regulations. It is also taken into
consideration by State Agencies and at Act 250 (Vermont’s
environmental impact regulation) hearings.
Under Vermont law, Town Plans need to be readopted
every 5 years. Our current Plan will expire on Jan. 30, 2011.
The PC has developed a preliminary work schedule and will
be revising and updating the Plan through most of 2010.
Assisting in this work will be the Putney Conservation and
Energy Committees, Windham Regional Planning Commission,
and other town boards, committees and individuals. This is a
significant task and all community members are encouraged to
participate and attend upcoming public hearings.
The Planning Commission is made up of volunteer
members of the community. Meetings are usually held on the
first Tuesday of the month at 7:00 PM in the Putney Town Hall.
They are open to the public and the curious are always welcome.
Phil Bannister, Chair
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Putney Public Library
Putney Public Library
FY2009
Budget
Revenues:
Book Sales (In House)
Edwald Fund
Endowment Interest
Fines
InterLibrary Loans
Trustee's Appropriation
Out of Town Fees
Printing
Town's Appropriation
Total Revenues
Expenses:
Cleaning
Programs
Maintenance
Bookkeeper
Fundraising Accounts
Circulating Materials
Office Supplies
Other Expenses
Payroll Expenses
Salaries and Benefits
Utilities
Total Expenses
Profit (Loss)
0
4,000
1,725
2,500
100
10,500
4,500
1,500
98,994
123,819
2,100
400
2,411
1,900
0
11,000
5,000
2,800
5,699
86,459
6,050
123,819
FY2009
Actual
FY2010
Budget
FY2011
Budget
847
1,000
1,000
4,000
4,000
4,000
1,413
1,725
1,725
2,053
2,750
2,750
418
300
300
10,500 13,500
13,500
4,931
6,500
6,500
1,774
1,750
1,750
98,994 102,488 104,161
124,930 134,013 135,686
2,100
506
2,395
1,900
0
12,373
5,788
2,545
5,401
85,159
6,485
124,651
278
2,100
400
2,977
1,900
1,900
11,137
6,000
3,600
5,848
91,601
6,550
134,013
2,100
600
4,000
1,900
1,900
11,137
6,000
3,600
5,848
91,601
7,000
135,686
Variance Variance
$
%
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1,673
1,673
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
2%
1%
0
200
1,023
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
450
1,673
0%
50%
34%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
7%
1%
Final church services were held at the United Church of Putney,
June 14, 2009
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PUTNEY CARES
Putney Cares continues to work diligently to support
its mission: To enable Putney’s older residents to remain
independent citizens in the community for as long as possible
and to provide the necessary services that allow our elders to
remain engaged in the community. During the past year, we
served 110 clients, 105 of whom were Putney residents. Many
of our clients participated in multiple programs offered by the
organization, highlighting the dynamic interplay that exists when
services provided are geared toward fulfilling not only basic
needs, but also physical and social supports. Meals on Wheels,
The Artist in Each of Us, Living Strong Exercise program, and
the Knitting and Needlework Circle are all programs that enjoy
a consistent base of core members while routinely welcoming
newer members.
A highlight of our organization is Noyes House,
a residence that offers affordable housing in the village
center. Managed by the Windham Housing Trust, the house
accommodates 8 people and is within easy walking distance to
the village. An historic house, beautifully restored, adds unique
value to our community while also meeting the needs of our
elders. Currently, the house is at full capacity.
As Putney citizens know, 2009 has been a difficult year for
all of us, both economically and as a community. We continue
to have a core group of volunteers who participate in helping
provide services as well as work on annual fundraisers. Much of
what we do could not happen without their support. The Board
actively looks for new members with our growing need as an
organization and our volunteers asked to give more and more of
their time.
Our annual fundraisers were well attended. These events
focus on healthy living and social opportunities, often including
intergenerational participation. Our Walk for Healthy Aging,
Speakeasy dinner, and Holiday Bazaar were all events that
included a range of ages and people, and the involvement of
other local Putney organizations or businesses. We are delighted
with our increased connection to other community agencies and
enjoyed working cooperatively with Putney Family Services,
Westminster Cares, Putney Central School, Putney School, and
Landmark College for our fundraisers, and our outreach efforts.
These fundraisers increased our visibility; community spirit was
palpable. As our outreach and publicity efforts increase, we find
requests for services for older citizens climbing. Our total budget
for last year was $60,120. Noyes House is self-supporting and
96% of our budget was used to serve Putney residents.
Our Activity Barn, directly parallel to the Noyes house, is
available for use for yoga or other programs and is often booked
for private events or parties. Our Activities room is beautiful,
spacious, fully handicapped accessible and equipped with a
small kitchen. Please call 387-5593 for more information on our
programs and services. Jill Hinckley, President
PUTNEY COMMUNITY CENTER
Putney Community Center is an independent non-profit
organization formed in 1925. Our purpose is “to promote the
well being of Putney and its surrounding communities through
educational, recreational, cultural and human services, and to
foster cooperation and understanding between all individuals,
groups and organizations within the Town of Putney.”
In February, BUHS seniors Kathleen Bryant and Wendy
Raymond directed Francis Hodgson Burnett’s “A Little
Princess” assisted by Zack Snell and Jocelyn Lovering who built
the set and worked backstage. Working under the supervision of
Activities Director, Rosemary Bryant, the cast and crew worked
hard to put on three great performances.
This same group of community-minded teens has also been
active with spring and fall work sessions inside and outside of
our aging building and even hosted a spooky Halloween party
on their own initiative. Most recently, 14 college students spent
7 hours on a November day removing leaves, washing windows
and covering them with vinyl, cleaning and painting as a service
project for their fraternity.
Our teen dances concluded the spring term in May with
the well-attended eighth annual semi-formal dance with a
Hawaiian theme. Unfortunately, the PCC board reluctantly
accepted Rosemary Bryant’s resignation in June due to budget
constraints and there have been no dances during the fall for lack
of a volunteer coordinator. These dances, theatre productions
and other activities not only provide safe ways for the kids to
learn while socializing, but nurture a strong sense of belonging
to a community institution that carries into their adulthood. This
has been the Community Center’s most important mission for 84
years.
With the closing of the Genesis Church, the Putney Food
Shelf has found a new home at the Center. Food is available
to anyone in need, supported entirely by donations. Monetary
contributions may be sent to Putney Food Shelf c/o Putney
Community Center, P. O. Box 337, Putney. Hours are Tuesdays
6:30 – 7:30 p.m. and Fridays 9:00 – 10 a.m.
To reserve chairs, tables, or use of space at the Center
for public or private events, please call 387-8551. We are now
completely handicap accessible with a new entrance on the
east side of the building. Local non-profit organizations are not
charged for occasional use of our space.
There are openings on our Board of Directors. For more
information, please call the Center or come to a meeting. Our
board meetings are open to the public and are currently held on
the second Monday of each month at 7 p.m. at the Center at 10
Christian Square. Laurel Ellis, Treasurer
PUTNEY PUBLIC LIBRARY
The Putney Public Library has completed its fifth full
year of serving the community in our beautiful new building
and continues to establish itself as a vital and integral part of
our town whose services and resources are free to all Putney
residents. Our regular hours are: Mon – Fri 10:30AM – 6PM &
Sat 10AM-1PM. We are happy to report that as of December
2009 our collection has grown to over 20,000 titles, successfully
completing our long-range goal of adding more then 6,000 new
titles to our shelves. This goal was set as a major part of our
five-year plan when we moved into our new building in 2005
and for which its original shelf space was designed. This year the
library once again circulated well over 30,000 books, magazines,
audios and videos into the community, and provided close to 600
interlibrary loans. In 2009 we expanded our partnership with
the Vermont Library Consortium and are now able to offer an
additional 2,000 audio books, which are always available and
streamed online to our patrons. This online service can be done
on your personal computer and eliminates lost/and or damaged
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materials. It also allows the freedom to browse and choose
at your convenience as well as transfer your audio book to a
portable device, such as an ipod, or burn it to a disk from the
convenience of your own home.
Thanks to the many volunteers who make it possible,
the library continues its long standing tradition of opening its
doors many evenings throughout the year with numerous free
programs including: book discussion groups, talks, slide shows,
movies, concerts, a monthly song writers circle, children’s
programs, community meetings and special forums. The library
also serves as an inspirational gallery for local artists and
patrons. In light of hard economic times and the recent plight
of the General Store it’s clear that our library has come to
symbolize much more than books and represents to many the
best of Putney’s spirit.
We continue to offer 7 high-speed public access
computers with connected printer service and 24/7 wireless
internet access. The library offers (for a minimal charge) the
only public copy machine in Putney, a service that is in high
demand every day. We also host a regular preschool story time
every Tuesday and a separate toddler/social time for newborns,
each Thursday morning, both events meet weekly at 11AM. We
happily provide home delivery of materials to those in need.
On an average we continue to see well over 100 people a day
of all ages walk into and use the library, along with numerous
phone calls and reference questions. We are grateful for the town
support we receive which has helped us to continually improve
and expand our level of services and we are committed as a
staff to be responsive to the library needs of all our community.
Remember: “Half of knowledge is knowing where to find it!”
Stephen Coronella/Library Director
PUTNEY FAMILY SERVICES
Over 20 years ago, the principal and school counselor at
Putney Central School gathered a group of concerned citizens
to share how more students were coming to school with issues
that were getting in the way of their learning and overall well
being. From hunger, to under clothed or not at the readiness
level to learn that their peers were, parents being stressed about
after school care, to how to be a better parent- all of these issues
inspired what came to be Putney Family Services.
In these tough times, the deepest recession since World
War II, PFS continues to shine the light of hope for families to
remain healthy and functional, or to overcome the barriers that
prevent them from a better life.
We currently provide these services: Healthcare with our
Thursday Night Free Clinic, Child Care/After School Care
at Putney Central School, Summer Programs, After School
Enrichment, the Tween Center for middle school students, and
Emergency/Crisis Care for our neighbors in need. PFS serves
as the contact agency for the Town’s White-Whitney Emergency
fund. This fund offers small, one-time emergency grants
for Putney residents encountering extraordinary difficulties.
Residents seeking help can contact PFS, who prepares a report to
the committee, then on to the Selectboard for final approval and
the Town Clerk who issues a check.
In 2009, PFS proudly served our community by
providing: Patient visits (280) at the Weekly Walk In Health
Clinic (Thursdays, Putney Med. Office); After School Child
Care (15,700 hours); Summer Programs (32 students); Crisis
direct services and/or referrals (58 families); Tween Center (42
students).
BIG thanks for the generosity of the people of Putney. We
know times are tough and giving not as easy as in better times.
We work to be good stewards of our resources, so they are used
wisely. We work hard to leverage the funding we receive from
the town and townspeople (e.g. last year 16 % of our budget
from Putney sources). All of us, the board, staff and volunteers,
children and families we serve thank the people of Putney for
their continued support. Mike Mrowicki, PFS Director
PUTNEY GUN CLUB
2009 proved to be a record-breaking year. Our April
firearm safety class certified 65 students, ranging in age from 8
to 65. Our limit is usually 50 students, but we often continue
to register beyond that, knowing that some will drop put. To
our surprise, no one cancelled. Thanks to the efforts of our 8
instructors, once again our two-day class was a tremendous
success.
We again sponsored not two, but three Putney Central
School students to the Green Mountain Conservation Camp, due
to an anonymous donation to our scholarship fund. Some of
these local Putney students have gone on to the advanced camp
sessions for a second year.
We are pleased to inform Putney residents that we have
officially received our non-profit status from the IRS. We
applied for that status soon after last year’s town meeting
mandate. The IRS gave notification in November and that
paperwork is now on file at the Putney town office. Hopefully,
our success at this request, along with decades of community
efforts to educate and provide free classes, satisfies the concerns
of previous years.
We would like to welcome our newest certified instructor,
Lenny Howard, a Brattleboro fireman, to our team. His son, Len
Jr., has also begun to work as a junior instructor, thus qualifying
for his community service hours at BUHS.
Our 2010 class is scheduled for Saturday and Sunday, April
11 & 12. Pre-registration is required, so register early, as our
classes fill quickly. Michael Kolsun, President
PUTNEY HISTORICAL SOCIETY
Summarizing our collective experience in the past year
seems impossible. In a sentence, we finished painting the Town
Hall entry, prepared to come into ownership of our largest
church building, and with strong and complex community
support and countless hours of effort, we neared rehabilitation
of our longest-running general store in Vermont; poised to
reopen in a few months with very reputable, experienced
Vermont grocers as proprietors, we gave out candy to Halloween
children, and prepared to finish the interior, looking ahead to a
grand re-opening, and a settling of our general store affairs—
but November 1, at about 10:30 pm, our course was altered,
with an unspeakable dagger. A horrific fire devastated what we
had done—what our wide Vermont community built together
because we loved the building and the business, and we wanted
to revitalize Putney’s struggling downtown economy.
We lost an extremely historic Vermont building on this
dark day. We have been given to understand the fire was set on
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purpose. At the time of this writing, we do not know why. This
was a severe crime against the community; this fact cannot
be overstated. Many of us know, driving by, the regular pang
of loss, which can be severe for some, including many of our
children. Remember, everyone—there is a large reward for
information leading to a conviction.
The response from our community has been outstanding.
People deserving thanks include the roughly 140 EMS personnel
who saved lives and a great deal of Putney village property
that night; the brave people at the vigil the following Friday,
sharing a huge circle of candles and songs led by the children;
the successful RE:STORE event organized by Eric Bass, with
amazing support from many, particularly Julian Browne, Cor
Trowbridge of BCTV, Marty Brennan-Sawyer of the Putney
School, and Deb Lazar; the contributions of so many from
the wide community, including some large and many small
amounts—becoming members of PHS, standing with us as we
face the difficult prospect of drawing up and rebuilding the
heart of our village, and our small business community. Also,
the Preservation Trust of Vermont, and all our board members
and task force members, particularly Lyssa Papazian, Susan
McMahon, Tom Jamison, and Jeff Shumlin, deserve real thanks
for their long effort and endurance.
At the time of this writing, we have just about closed on
insurance, and look forward to reestablishing as many of our
grant prospects as soon as possible.
We have taken over running the busy United Church
building, following the kind gift of the church community, which
trusts us to continue running this very historic building in a
community-centered way. This building also needs considerable
work, and we have our hands full with this building alone! We
hope that many of you will consider volunteering, or becoming
involved in our effort in any way that you can. Now more than
ever, we need your help to preserve and restore our town’s
history and economy. And with your help, we will continue to
pursue what we believe is an impressive service record. Stuart
Strothman, President
PUTNEY MOUNTAIN ASOCIATION
The Association, now in its 63rd year, is one of the
older service organizations in Putney. Pursuing its dual goal
of conserving land along Windmill Ridge (nearly 400 acres)
and developing the education potential of those lands, the
Association again this year hosted several nature walks. In
the spring a walk led by Kai Reed identified 20 species of
upland birds; in July a mushroom walk was led by Judy Crites,
who focused on identifying some of the most common edible
mushrooms, and a few of the poisonous ones; and a fall hike
brought together forester George Weir and experienced hunter
Travis Slade in a field discussion of the issue of over-grazing and
the deer population. Keep your eyes open for announcements of
similar interesting and timely walks in the coming year.
In November, the Association invited several local sister
organizations – the Windmill Hill Pinnacle Association, the
Bald Hill Conservation Committee, and the Dummerston
Nature Reserve and Trail Committee – for dessert and a lively
discussion of the goals, issues, and needs of each organization.
We hope to hold similar and more in-depth meetings in the
future.
The Putney Mountain Hawk Watch, organized by the local
Audubon Society, was held again from late August to early
November, with teams of seasoned birders in place every day
the raptor were migrating. To quote from their report: “A total of
5,939 raptors were sighted…
The total number was very similar to last year. The number
of American kestrels (136 this year) has been declining over the
last 10 years in New England; experts think this is due to the loss
of farmland. Twenty years ago over 200 kestrels were typically
spotted. This was considered a “good” year for bald eagles (47)
and peregrine falcons (40).”
For its Annual Meeting in December the Association
invited noted researcher and author, Chris Schadler, to speak
on the topic “Wolves and Coyotes of the Northeast”. In her talk
she compared coyote and wolf ecology, behavior, and social
dynamics, and discussed the return of the wolf to New England.
Anyone wishing to support our work by becoming a
Lifetime Member for $25 may contact Claire Wilson at 3876635. Steve Anderson, PMA Development Committee
PUTNEY RECREATION LEAGUE
The Putney Recreation League had another successful year.
We continued to offer soccer, basketball, baseball, and softball
programs for girls and boys in grades K-6. In addition to the
clinics for each sport, children were able to participate in travel
teams.
We are very thankful to Leader Beverage for its
commitment and for its help with the purchase of travel uniforms
for our 3/4 and 5/6 grade teams. Greg Short coordinated
basketball and soccer and Amy Newton coordinated baseball/
softball.
The playing fields at the Putney Central School were in
serious need of equipment and field maintenance. The PRL
purchased new bases and pitching rubbers for both playing
fields. Our thanks go to Jack Millerick, David Babbitt, Greg
Short, Brook Sherwood, and Rusty, Cheryl, Taylor, Haley, Ryan,
and Abby Struthers for donating their time to fill in holes and
repair the fields to make them safe.
At our baseball awards night, we honored resigning longtime board member, secretary, coordinator, coach and truly
remarkable person, Nancy Gagnon. Nancy has been a PRL
volunteer for more than 10 years. Her tireless dedication, passion
for sports and for the Putney community has been irreplaceable.
In June, the PRL sponsored a Pool Graduation Party for
the eighth grade class. It was a huge success and we are looking
forward to sponsoring this event again. It is very rewarding to
see that more people are using the pool pavilion, picnic tables
and benches that we donated in 2007.
New mini soccer goals and balls were purchased to add to
our inventory. Greg and the entire board pulled together to hold
our 23rd annual 5th and 6th grade soccer tournament at Putney
School, 14 teams participating. It was a very successful event,
despite one day of torrential rain. A record number of students
volunteered. Our concession tent is fast becoming a famous part
of the tournament at Putney School.
We worked hard to collaborate with the Putney Central
School, and are grateful for its support in getting power to our
concession stand near the playing fields. The stand has helped
us provide food during our sporting events, as well as a profit
to go toward sustaining our programs. Last summer, the PRL
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supported a Garden Club Camp by providing space in the
concession stand.
We would like to thank Rod Payne-Meyer for his
dedication to the PRL. In November, Rod resigned as president,
but remains on the board. Rod has been a part of the PRL for
almost 20 years. His enthusiasm, love of sports, and untiring
commitment to children has played an enormous role in bringing
the PRL to where it is today.
Current officers: President, Cheryl Struthers; VP, Amy
Newton; Secretary, Greg Short; and Treasurer, Jennifer Short.
Board members: Rod Payne-Meyer, Judith Cleveland, Connie
Fitch, Carrie Allen, Marcy Short and, new to the board, Paula
Sargent and Danny Lichtenfeld.
As the Board continues to grow and adapt to these hard
economic times, we are thankful to the Putney community for its
commitment and donations to our work and programs.
If you are interested in coaching a team, organizing a
recreation activity, or becoming a Board member, contact Cheryl
Struthers, (387-5773) or [email protected] The Board
meets the first Wednesday of each month, 6:30 PM, in the
writing room of the PCS.
TOWN ENERGY COORDINATOR
The Town Energy Coordinator has been busy coordinating
events like Button up workshops, insulation parties, and 350.
org bicycle rides in the rain. The coordinator has also focused on
providing grant funding for weatherization improvements for the
town hall, bike lanes for Main Street, and has been working with
the Selectboard, the Planning Commission, and the Development
Review Board to implement a clean energy assessment district
for the town.
As a result of recent legislation enacted in Vermont,
state law now allows Property Assessed Clean Energy (PACE)
programs, similar to programs in California, Colorado, Illinois,
Louisiana, Maryland, Nevada, New Mexico, New York,
North Carolina, Ohio, Oklahoma, Oregon, Texas, Virginia and
Wisconsin.
Also known as Clean Energy Assessment Districts
(CEAD), these districts, when authorized by a local vote, will
allow property owners (residential and commercial) to receive
low interest long-term financing to install solar electric and
solar thermal renewable energy systems, add insulation and
make energy efficiency improvements to their new and existing
buildings. These loans will be repaid through an annual special
tax assessment on their property tax bills. The Town would
provide the upfront funding for the project through proceeds
derived from the creation of a bond, which would be repaid from
the assessments on participating property owners’ tax bills. This
program will not reduce the ability of homeowners to receive
rebates and other tax incentives for installing renewable energy
systems or weatherization improvements. It is also important to
note that properties that do not opt in will not see any additional
taxes or cost.
I would like to continue to work with the Putney Energy
Committee, and the town to implement these and other energy
saving programs. Please support the Putney Energy Committee
and the work to implement the PACE article on Town Meeting
day. Daniel Hoviss, Energy Coordinator
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PUTNEY ENERGY COMMITTEE
The Putney Energy Committee (PEC) received a grant
in 2009 from the Clean Energy Development fund to conduct
a micro-hydro feasibility study on Sackett’s Brook. The final
report, we expect, to be available by Town Meeting Day. We
plan to hold a public meeting to present our findings on the
micro-hydro study.
PEC also began a streetlight survey. Our goal is to make
the street lighting in the village as energy and cost efficient as
possible while improving the lighting. Our recommendations
will be reported to the Selectboard.
Currently in our 3rd year of on-going projects including the third
“button up” weatherization workshop, and two weatherization
parties at the Town Hall, insulating the ductwork and tightening
up the basement. PEC also co-sponsored a second solar hot
water workshop with Brattleboro Climate Protection.
PEC held a demonstration 350.org event in October as part
of a worldwide effort to raise consciousness about the growing
problem of global climate change brought on by CO2 emissions
and other pollutants.
The green bike project continues to provide transportation
alternatives and it received funding for a bike shelter at the
Putney Coop.
PEC is working with the Putney Selectboard to create a
revolving loan fund for weatherization and renewable energy
home improvements. This will allow property owners to
initiate projects with very little financial outlay, improving their
property, while saving energy.
PEC is an ad-hoc group; we welcome new members and
volunteers for our on-going work of saving energy and raising
awareness. PEC meets on the 4th Tuesday of every month.
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Reports of County-wide ORGANIZATIONS
AIDS PROJECT OF
SOUTHERN VERMONT
The AIDS Project of Southern Vermont (APSV) is a
nonprofit, community-based AIDS Services Organization. With
the help of the community, for the past 21 years we have offered
case management and volunteer services to people living with
HIV/AIDS, their families and partners. In 2009, APSV served
70 people living with HIV/AIDS and 60 family members and
partners.
Our food program served 91 individuals with 3,693 nonperishable food items and 1,913 household items valued at
$9,272. In partnership with the Vermont Food Bank, APSV
provided 1,226 frozen meals, 2,328 pounds of non-perishable
food, and 2,698 pounds of frozen meats and vegetables. 435
pounds of fresh vegetables were donated from local gardens, and
we distributed 145 gift certificates to the Brattleboro Farmer’s
Market valued at $1,450.
Prevention staff and volunteers continue to provide HIV
prevention services to those at higher risk for HIV, including gay
and bisexual men and women at risk. In 2009, these prevention
services were offered to approximately 1,465 people, and agency
staff tested over 115 individuals for HIV infection.
APSV also provided training to staff members of four
human service agencies in the region on HIV/AIDS issues and
advocated for people living with or at risk for HIV in areas of
social justice, policy, legal and ethical issues, and equal access to
community resources.
Although APSV does serve Putney residents through
its direct services program, we do not publish the numbers of
people served in each town who are HIV-positive out of respect
for confidentiality concerns. We served 35 Putney residents with
HIV prevention services in the past year. Please call 254-8263 at
any time for more information.
BRATTLEBORO AREA
DROP IN CENTER, INC.
The Brattleboro Area Drop In Center provided emergency
food assistance to 348 unduplicated Putney residents (143
children and 205 adults) in 2009. Overall the Center provided
food to 9,395 unduplicated individuals, a 31% increase over the
previous year. After Brattleboro, Putney is the second highest
user of our services.
We have served an increasing number of working families
who are unable to make ends meet in times of high costs for
fuel, medicine and childcare, as well as many elders on fixed
incomes who have to choose between food and heat or medicine.
We do not anticipate this trend reversing itself in the upcoming
year. We are very appreciative of the support Putney provides.
Melinda Bussino, Executive Director
BRATTLEBORO AREA HOSPICE
Brattleboro Area Hospice is one of fewer than 200
volunteer hospices in the United States. Our organization
provides grassroots, professionally led volunteer-staffed
programs to dying and grieving community members. Our
programs provide volunteer-based non-medical assistance to
the terminally ill and their loved ones; bereavement services to
Hospice families and the community; and community education
on the issues of death and dying.
We are community-supported and dedicated to offering all
services free of charge. We were founded on the belief that no
one should die alone, and are committed to the principle of local
control. Our volunteers selflessly give their time and love to
care for your family and friends. The financial support provided
by the towns we serve allows us to offer free services for the
dying and grieving.
CONNECTICUT RIVER TRANSIT
The Current, operated by Connecticut River Transit (CRT),
is a private, non-profit public transit provider serving 30 towns
in the Windham and Southern Windsor County areas. CRT
currently provides about 200,000 trips annually on our public
bus service and volunteer network. FY09 saw an increase in
Vermonters using Public Transit. The reason most commonly
given was the desire to reduce our carbon footprint and improve
air quality.
Rider ship in FY09 CRT services to your town:
 Commuter Bus Service to Bellows Falls, Westminster,
Putney, Dummerston & Brattleboro (20,842 rides)
 Dial a Ride Service to Putney Residents (1,851–
includes medical rides to for Putney’s elderly, disabled
and/or children and families who receive Medicaid)
Rider ship increases in FY09 CRT services to the region:
 Commuter Bus Service to the Upper Valley, Okemo
and Brattleboro (27 % overall to 78,104)
 Non-Commuter Bus Service to the General Public
(20% to 34,247)
 Human Services Transportation including the
Volunteer and Taxi network (15% to 82,273)
FY09 for CRT was a big year; laying the foundation for a
solid and sustainable infrastructure:
• Completed and moved into our new facility
• Partnered with Rockingham on a Park and Ride plan on
the facility property at exit 6 on I-91
The grant awards to CRT provide for public transit and
bus purchases, and require local support in the form of matching
funds. Our goal is a broad base of support so that no one funding
partner bears too much of the cost. The riders who use the
services and the businesses, whose employees and clients ride
public transit on CRT routes, contributed 82% of donations in
FY09.
Local contributions (3 categories below) in FY09 were
over $230,000: Individuals 48% ($117,889); Businesses,
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general public and human service 34% ($72,785); Towns 18%
($41,125).
CRT requests funding from the 30 towns we service. The
amount requested is determined by a fair share allocation based
on bus routes that have stops in your town, the number of Diala-Ride buses in your town and the number of trips CRT provides
to residents in your town on all scheduled services. The total of
town donations this year is about 1% of the total CRT budget.
Although a small percentage, it is a very important percent.
These donations provide the local matching funds that allow
CRT to access the state and federal grants, private foundations
and the human service transportation contracts that contributed 3
million dollars to the local economy in FY09.
Connecticut River Transit, Inc. could not provide the
services or purchase the buses, without every contribution
made by you, the local community. Please contactus: [email protected]
crtransit.org, (802) 460-7433, or www.crtransit.org and let us
know how CRT can improve service in your community. The
website provides information about public transit services,
schedules and how to use the service, contact information for
all staff and their area of responsibility, Board of Directors and
meeting calendar, drivers, fleet, facility, public notices, and
volunteer/employment opportunities. Stacey Hill, Executive
Assistant
COUNCIL ON AGING FOR
SOUTHEASTERN VERMONT, INC
The Council on Aging for Southeastern Vermont,Inc.
(COASEV,Inc.) fosters and supports successful aging of seniors
in the Putney community and throughout Windham and
Windsor Counties. To assist seniors in Putney we offer a number
of services, including:
Information and Assistance Our Senior HelpLine (800642-5119) offers help applying for benefits, assistance with
health insurance problems, housing needs, fuel assistance, and
many other services (56 residents assisted last year). As part
of the new Medicare Part D, prescription program we have
trained staff available by phone, office or home; 98 individuals
requested assistance.
Senior Nutrition 2079 Home Delivered meals were
prepared for Putney residents.
Transportation Special arrangements are made for nonMedicaid seniors requiring medical transportation.
Case Management & Advocacy One on one case
management enables seniors to access services that help them
remain safe at home. Often minimal services can prevent
premature institutionalization. Some clients requiring nursing
home level of care are able to remain at home with family
caregivers and trained personal care givers. COASEV served 48
Putney residents at an estimated annual cost of $40,800.
Care Giver Respite Through grants we provide respite
assistance for caregivers of those diagnosed with dementia or
other chronic diseases.
Successful Aging Initiatives We provide small grants to
grass roots groups who attempt to promote healthy aging.
Your town contribution of $3200 generates $18,080 in
Federal matching funds to support our activities. There is no
charge for any of our services. The support of Putney citizens is
greatly appreciated. Joyce A. Lemire, Executive Director
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THE GATHERING PLACE
Since 1989, The Gathering Place adult day program has
provided the services that elders and people with disabilities
need to help them continue living at home. TGP also offers
caregivers respite and the ability to remain employed. TGP
encourages independence and challenges our participants to
reach and maintain their maximum levels of physical strength
and mental well-being. TGP is both a cost-effective way to
minimize the stress of providing home care and an affordable
alternative to nursing home placement.
TGP offers on-site nursing; physical and recreational
therapies; counseling; podiatry; daily exercise; breakfast, lunch
and an afternoon snack. Personal services include: hairdressing,
showers, and assistance with the activities of daily living. The
Gathering Place boasts a stimulating and diversified activities
program that helps participants meet the goals they have set
for themselves. TGP is open M-F, 8AM-5PM, and also offers a
Caregivers’ Support Group, the third Wednesday of each month
at 5:30 PM- all are welcome. Lynn Bedell, Executive Director
GREEN MOUNTAIN RSVP &
VOLUNTEER CENTER
For 36 years RSVP has been coordinating the work
of volunteers from the Town of Putney with non-profit
organizations and institutions. We are part of the Corporation
for National and Community Service. Since 1973, RSVP has
matched hundreds of individuals with agencies and neighbors
who benefit from their donation of skills and talents.
Putney volunteers donated over 1,000 hours of service
last year at the Putney Town Offices, Putney Family Services,
Brattleboro Memorial Hospital, and Drop-In Center. Several
volunteers knit for the Reformer Christmas Stocking and made
pillowcases for ConKerr Cancer, a program that delivers colorful
pillowcases to children in the hospital with cancer. One resident
is a Nurturing Grandparent to a child who does not have a
grandmother. Putney seniors can take a Bone Builders class at
Putney Meadows led by RSVP volunteers. Participants fight
against osteoporosis by preventing or reversing the effects of the
disease through a series of weight bearing exercises. Over 350
seniors participate in RSVP Bone Builder classes in Southern
Vermont.
We look forward to hearing from retired individuals and
those who are still in the workforce who wish to learn more
about volunteering. RSVP can be reached in Windham County
by calling Peter Seares, 254-7515. Patricia M. Palencsar,
Executive Director
MORNINGSIDE SHELTER
Morningside Shelter serves the most vulnerable families
and individuals in our community. We not only provide a safe
and stable home to the homeless, we also work with shelter
residents to develop an individualized plan that promotes
responsible life choices and helps build financial, social, and
educational bridges to a better future. At Morningside, we also
collaborate with our local partners in the human services field to
help our residents address the root causes of homelessness and
break the cycle of poverty.
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Over the last year demand for our services rapidly
escalated as the economy worsened. For the first time in
memory, a majority of the newly homeless were families with
young children, including many two-parent families. With our
intensive assistance, many local families and individuals were
able to overcome the challenges they faced and return to being
independent, self-supporting citizens. When people are out of
crisis and stably housed the whole community benefits.
Because of the difficult economic times, it was a
particularly challenging year for Morningside. However, thanks
to the continued generous support of people like the citizens of
Putney, we were able to help those most in need and make our
community a better place to live for everyone.
HEALTH CARE & REHABILITAION
SERVICES
Health Care and Rehabilitation Services (HCRS) is a
comprehensive community mental health provider serving
residents of Windham and Windsor counties. HCRS assists and
advocates for individuals, families, and children who are living
with mental illness, developmental disabilities, and substance
use disorders. HCRS provides these services through outpatient
mental health services, alcohol and drug treatment program,
community rehabilitation and treatment program, developmental
services division, and alternatives and emergency services
programs.
HCRS provided 5,617 hours of services to 104 Putney
residents in FY09. These services included all HCRS’ programs
resulting in a wide array of support for the residents of Putney.
George Karabakakis, Chief Operating Officer, (802) 886-4500
RESCUE INC.
Rescue’s mission is to serve as a key component of
our rural healthcare system and provide the highest quality,
risk appropriate, rapid response emergency medical care
and transportation services in our region; to recognize the
contribution, determination and dedication of our staff and
volunteers who fulfill this mission; and to complement our skills
and services with the education and training needed to achieve
our objective.
In conjunction, the purpose of the Board of Trustees
is to provide effective leadership, set policy, ensure fiscal
responsibility for the organization and support delivery of the
best pre-hospital care in the region.
Due to the dedication of Rescue Inc employees and
volunteers, board members, and community members to the
mission above, the financial health of the agency has improved
over last year’s grave situation. We achieved this improvement
despite limited payments from the federal and state governments
and reimbursement reduction by private and secondary insurance
companies. An ever-increasing number of individuals with no
insurance puts an even larger burden on the system. Rescue Inc
took a loss of $220,851 last fiscal year in bad debt (medical calls
that we received no payment for). Coupled with a reduction
in the Medicare and Medicaid reimbursements, the financial
challenges become even greater.
Volunteers with the qualifications and time to devote to the
agency are at a premium and the cost to bring a willing volunteer
up to effectiveness is about $750. The States of Vermont and
New Hampshire mandate comprehensive and strict rules for
training and ongoing certification.
Our Subscription plan, fund raising by the Board of
Trustees and Rescue Inc staff, and donations from the public
help to close the financial gap for our non-profit organization.
Town assessments also help to finance our operating expenses,
medical supplies and equipment purchases, vehicle maintenance,
occupancy expenses and constant training of our medical staff.
It is our promise that the towns that contract with us will receive
the most up-to-date emergency medical care possible. Rescue
Inc has exceptionally well trained staff and with our equipment
is considered an “emergency room on wheels.”
We currently cover 500 square miles in Windham and
Cheshire counties, which includes major highways of VT Route
30, Route 9 in both Vermont and New Hampshire and Interstate
91 in Vermont. We responded to over 4,300 calls in this past
fiscal year.
For more information about the past year please see the
Rescue Inc Annual Report. Copies are available at local libraries,
Town Offices and at Rescue Inc Headquarters on Canal Street in
Brattleboro.
SOUTHEASTERN VERMONT
COMMUNITY ACTION
Southeastern Vermont Community Action (SEVCA) is
anti-poverty, community based, non-profit organization serving
Windham and Windsor counties since 1965.
Our mission is to enable people to cope with and reduce
the hardships of poverty, create sustainable self-sufficiency;
and reduce the causes and move toward the elimination of
poverty. SEVCA has a variety of programs and services to meet
this end: Weatherization, Emergency Services (i.e., fuel/utility,
housing, food assistance), Crisis Intervention, Micro-Business
Development, Individual Development Accounts (IDA), Tax
Preparation, Head Start and Thrift Stores.
In Putney we provided the following services during FY09:
Weatherization 12 Households (16 individuals) at a cost of
$62,576; Emergency Heating Replacements 2 replacements
valued at $8,191; Micro-Business Development 7 households
(28 individuals) received counseling, technical assistance and
support to start or expand a small business; IDA 12 households
participated in a 2-1 matched savings program and earned
$19,636 in matched savings; Tax Preparation 23 households
received tax refunds and credits totaling $57,614; Family
Services/Outreach 75 families (179 individuals) received 581
services (including crisis intervention, financial counseling &
management, nutrition education referral to and assistance in
accessing needed services); Fuel/Utility Assistance 123 assists
totaling $26,726; Housing and Other Assistance 4 Households
(13 individuals), $800 in assistance.
Community support, through town funding, helps to build
a strong partnership. The combination of federal, state, private,
and town funds enables us to not only maintain, but to increase
and improve service. We thank the residents of Putney for their
ongoing support. Stephen Geller, Executive Director
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VERMONT ADULT
LEARNING/ WINDHAM COUNTY
Vermont Adult Learning (VAL) is a not-for-profit statewide
organization providing adult education and literacy services
to Vermonters age 16 and older who are not enrolled in high
school. VAL is a member of Vermont’s Learning Works
consortium of adult education providers.
VAL Centers for Windham County are located at Parks
Place in Bellows Falls, and in Brattleboro. VAL provides
free educational services to residents who want to improve
the essential skills required to further their education and
employment goals. In FY09, VAL served 614 learners in
Windham County. In the first four months of FY10 VAL
provided 263 Windham residents with educational services. VAL learners come to us to obtain their high school
diploma through the High School Completion Program or the
Adult Diploma Program, or to earn their GED certificate through
the national GED Program. In addition, we provide English
language classes to non-native speakers and job coaching for
clients from the Department of Economic Services’ Reach
Up Program. VAL also provides instruction for prospective
Community College of Vermont students who are preparing to
take the Accuplacer Test. VAL has regularly scheduled reading,
writing and math instructional labs for individuals who want to
improve their literacy and employability skills.
Individuals are referred to VAL by local high school
principals or counselors from Bellows Falls Union High School,
Brattleboro Union High School, and Leland & Gray; by the
Community College of Vermont; and by local employers. In
addition, individuals self-refer for our services, or are referred to
us by various local and state social services agencies.
VISITING NURSE ASSOCIATION &
HOSPICE OF VT and NH
The VNA & Hospice is a compassionate, non-profit
healthcare organization committed to providing the highest
quality home healthcare and hospice support services to
individuals and their families. By keeping Putney residents out
of emergency rooms and hospitals, and reducing the need for
relocation to nursing homes, our care offers significant savings
in the town’s emergency services and other medical expenses.
VNA & Hospice clients are of all ages and at all stages
in life. Services are provided to all in need regardless of ability
to pay. Between July 1, 2008 and June 30, 2009, the VNA &
Hospice made 1,484 homecare visits to 86 Putney residents and
provided approximately $55,338 in uncompensated care.
Home HealthCare: 845 home visits, 54 residents with
short-term medical or physical needs
Long-term Care: 266 home visits, 8 residents with
chronic medical problems who needed extended care in their
home to avoid admission to a nursing home
Hospice Services: 277 home visits, 11 residents who were
in the final stages of their lives
Maternal and Child Health Services: 96 home visits, 13
residents for well baby, preventative and high-tech medical care
Residents also made visits to VNA & Hospice community
clinics for foot care, blood pressure screenings, cholesterol
testing and flu shots.
Putney’s annual appropriation helps the VNA & Hospice
meet the demand for quality home healthcare, and to ensure
that all who qualify for services will always be able to receive
them. On behalf of the people we serve, we thank you for your
continued support. Jeanne McLaughlin, President (1-888-3008853)
WINDHAM CHILD CARE
ASSOCIATION
Windham Child Care Association was pleased to serve
Putney residents over the last year with its quality childcare
services and initiatives. Seventy-seven residents benefited from
our free counseling, referrals and administration of Vermont’s
childcare subsidy program. Many of these family members
accessed one of the four regulated childcare programs in Putney;
others used one or more of the remaining 96 programs in our
district.
The 300 early educators who work in these state-regulated
programs enjoyed access last year to 1,600 hours of our training
program, as well as on-site visits, phone and email counseling
and professional development support. The key factor in the
quality of a childcare program is the knowledge, skill and caring
of the early educator. These are the years when a child’s healthy
development is building the foundation for all future learning
and the quality of a child’s early experiences has a lasting
influence.
We now provide outreach, support and materials to
unregulated family, friend and neighbor providers. Our effort
to improve the quality of childcare wherever it is happening
is constant. Our outreach to underserved populations such as
grandparents, non-English speakers and the deaf and hard-ofhearing is in its third year.
Families and early educators are not the only beneficiaries
of our programs. With quality childcare in place, employers can
attract and retain a productive workforce and the local economy
thrives.
State grants only cover 62% of the agency’s expenses in its
work for quality childcare. Your contribution helps assure that
these services will be available for Putney residents.
WINDHAM COUNTY
HUMANE SOCIETY
The Windham County Humane Society (WCHS) is a nonprofit organization serving all residents of Windham County.
Our mission is to ensure the safety and well being of animals
as well as enhancing the relationship between individuals and
pets through adoption, education, advocacy, compassion and
promotion of animal welfare. We accept owner surrendered
dogs, cats and other pets; house and care for stray/abandoned/
neglected animals; facilitate adoptions; provide lost and found
services; offer monthly low cost spay/neuter clinics; provide
pet food assistance for those in need; and coordinate the
investigation of reports of animal cruelty and neglect. We are
dedicated to educating the public about animal welfare, the
importance of spaying and neutering pets, and encouraging
respect for all living things.
648 animals came through the shelter from 1/1/09 to
10/25/09. The intake of animals breaks down as follows: seized
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by ACO’s/law enforcement (235); surrendered by their owners
(208); strays (107) brought in by the public or abandoned; 66
dogs were transported to WCHS from high kill shelters and
successfully adopted out; 32 animals that were adopted out were
returned to WCHS.
The outcome for animals breaks down as follows: 442
were adopted to new homes; 78 were reunited with owners; 58
were euthanized for health or behavior reasons (WCHS does not
euthanize for time or space); 28 died; 2 animals transferred to
another shelter or rescue.
From 1/1/2009 to 11/16/2009, WCHS served Putney
residents as follows:
•
17 Putney residents adopted an animal
•
Putney residents brought in 26 stray cats, the town
ACO brought in one stray and five cats were seized
in a cruelty case. The Sheriff brought in one stray
dog, the town ACO brought three in, and three dogs
were seized in a cruelty case. The Brattleboro Police
brought in one abandoned rabbit and three were seized
in a cruelty case.
•
Three guinea pigs and seven birds were seized in a
cruelty case.
•
WCHS offers pet food assistance to low-income
residents of Windham County (17 Putney residents
requested assistance in 2009)
•
WCHS coordinates the investigation of cruelty and
neglect reports for all of Windham County, 4 cases in
Putney this year to date.
•
5 Putney residents participated in our low cost spay/
neuter clinics, spaying and neutering 6 animals.
•
We worked with residents to spay/neuter and vaccinate
25 cats from a feral cat colony located on Locust Lane.
This year, WCHS had 54 animals from Putney at the
shelter at an estimated cost of $9,666 ($179 per animal). The
shelter spent $830 on s/n and vaccination of the feral cat colony
on Locust Lane. Of the $10,496 total, $1,945 was recovered
from adoption fees, $57 from boarding fees for animals claimed
by their owner and $1,400 from the Town based on a contract
agreement. The service of reuniting a pet with its owner is
priceless. We have not attached a price to the staff time spent on
the pet food assistance program or coordinating a response to
reports of cruelty/neglect. The low cost spay/neuter assistance
program is funded through grants written by the executive
director.
We are very happy to have a contract with the Town of
Putney, and to be working with Anne Eddy who is an excellent
ACO. Town contracts cover the first 5 days of boarding;
however the average length of stay for an animal is 36 days.
This year has been another excellent year for the shelter.
We have doubled our adoption rate, and tripled the number of
public animals we have spayed and neutered. Annie Guion,
Executive Director
WINDHAM COUNTY READS
Windham County Reads provides a variety of family
literacy programs to the residents of Putney. These programs
help children enter school ready to read and learn, provide
students with reading support during the summer months and
encourage adults to make daily reading a family priority.
During the past year, Putney Central School children in grades
K-8 took part in the March Reading Challenge with teachers
and parents. Students in grades K-4 also participated in the Red
Clover Award program, and all students in grades K-8 were
given annotated Summer Reading Lists at the end of the school
year.
Families with new babies received board books and
support for daily reading through our Love Me, Read to Me
partnership with Early Education Services, and young children
at one family child care home and one child care center were
visited by the Bookmobile during the months of May through
October.
We appreciate the opportunity to bring our programs to
Putney families, and we’re grateful for the Town’s support.
Thank you for sharing the vision of a literate future for all of our
children. Ruth E. Allard, Director
WINDHAM REGIONAL COMMISSION
The Windham Regional Commission (WRC) works with
its 27 member towns to address regional issues and to help
them provide effective local government. Each town annually
appoints two representatives to the Commission. Putney’s
current representatives are Paul Peterson and Vacant. Regional
commissioners serve on a number of committees that address
regional issues and concerns. Some of the highlights of fiscal
year 2009 include:
•
Assistance for local and regional transportation
projects, including traffic analysis, Road Safety
Audit Reviews, public transit planning, infrastructure
inventories, and the Route 103 corridor management
plan that was conducted in partnership with
affected towns and a neighboring regional planning
commission.
•
Direct staff support to the Local Emergency Planning
Committee and additional work on emergency
preparedness, the Radiological Emergency Response
Program, the National Flood Insurance Program, PreDisaster Mitigation planning, and Rapid Response and
Emergency Operations Plan assistance.
•
Expansion of the very valuable regional Brownfield
initiative through receipt of new EPA grants totaling
$400,000, extending our ability to bring EPAfunded assistance to many towns, development
organizations and commercial property owners to
support redevelopment of abandoned or under-utilized
commercial sites.
•
Increased work on energy issues, including having
successfully appealed the federal government’s denial
of county funds for energy efficiency work thus
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bringing an additional $130,800 into the region for the
upcoming year.
•
GIS support for towns, including highway data, land
use planning scenarios, planning and zoning maps,
natural resources & conservation mapping, natural
hazard maps, road name and E-911 maps, and more.
•
Review of regionally important projects under Act
250 (state land use permits), “section 248” (energy
generation and transmission), and other state and
federal programs.
•
Response to almost daily requests/questions from local
officials and the public on a host of planning related
issues.
•
Additional work covered a broad range of topics,
including natural resources planning, village
redevelopment and revitalization projects, economic
development planning, and a variety of education and
training events for local officials.
The WRC core budget is partially funded by, and relies
on, member town assessments. The $1.64 per resident rate
will result in a total assessment of $4264 from Putney for the
new fiscal year. For further information, contact your town
representative; WRC, 257-4547; [email protected]; or www.rpc.
windham.vt.us
WINDHAM SOLID WASTE
MANAGEMENT DISTRICT
The Windham Solid Waste Management District Board
of Supervisors and Staff have continued to provide recycling
services as well as hazardous waste, paint, compost and other
waste recycling programs throughout the District. As indicated
in last year’s report, the District suffered a significant loss in
revenues for the year due to the lack of demand for recyclables
as a result of the deteriorating economy. The Board was able
to decrease spending in operations mainly by cutting overtime
and some benefits and employees helped by suggesting cuts in
spending even if they were minor. We survived the financial
crisis and have been on relatively stable financial footing.
The Board also convened a Planning Committee to look at:
what we are doing now; what we can do to improve operations;
and, determine if there are alternatives to provide the same level
of services for recycling and solid waste management within
the District. The committee has been meeting regularly and
continues to evaluate alternatives that may or may not take effect
in the next fiscal year depending on their financial impact.
The District Budget Assessment to the member towns
is going to increase approx. 1.4 percent the next fiscal year.
Revenues from the sale of processed recyclables drive the
assessment and prices have rebounded somewhat over the past
year from a ten-year low at the end of 2008. Capital replacement
of the recycling containers that are starting to rust apart has also
been an issue and the Board has started to set aside funds to
replace equipment when needed.
The most exciting news of the year is the agreement
negotiated with Carbon Harvest Energy to take over the gas
system at the District from the previous operators. The new
installation will include a new generator, greenhouse, fish tank
and algae growth system all heated by the waste heat from the
electrical generators that are powered by landfill gas. Food
produced in the facilities will be used by the Vermont Foodbank
and local restaurants and produce stores.
As always, the District Convenience Center in Brattleboro
is available for use by residents and accepts used crankcase oil,
fluorescent tubes, batteries, ballasts and other materials on a
daily basis. Call ahead for questions related to costs and a list of
items that can be disposed of, or recycled through this program.
Everyone is always welcome to watch the recyclables
being processed at the Materials Recycling Facility. Please call
257-0272 with any questions or to arrange a tour of the facility.
YOUTH SERVICES
For over thirty-seven years, Youth Services has helped
Windham County area youth learn how to help themselves.
Some of the services our agency provides include Substance
Abuse Prevention and Intervention; Case Management,
Mediation and Support Services; Intensive Family-Based
Services, and mentoring through our Big Brothers Big Sisters
Program. We offer crisis intervention through our Runaway
Program, Youth Outreach and Transitional Services and
alternatives to the court system through our Juvenile and Adult
Court Diversion and Restorative Programs.
During the past year Youth Services utilized youth
development “best practices” to spearhead a qualitative research
study dubbed The Listening Project which emphasized listening
to youth voices (youth interviewees with adult partners) and
learning their ideas about their lives to capture their ideas about
possible solutions.
The research results have been very informative. Nine
conditions were identified which are now shaping the agendas
of 55 social, education and health services organizations that
support children, teens and young adults in the Windham
County area. This work will address the needs of youth living in
difficult circumstances in order that they receive the necessary
supports to transition into productive and healthy adult citizens.
In FY09 Youth Services’ programs assisted over 1,628
local youth and adults, 74 from Putney. In addition, many
family members also benefited from our services. Support from
the Town of Putney helps make it possible for Youth Services to
be responsive to the ever-changing needs of our area’s residents.
You are part of the solution for many families, children and
teens. Thank you for your essential and continued support. For
a copy of the Listening Project research report, please call Youth
Services (802)-257- 0361; [email protected]; or www.
youthservicesinc.org Allyson A. Villars, Executive Director
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Putney Town School District
PRINCIPAL’S REPORT
Putney Central School began a new program this year
called Positive Behavior Support (PBS). PBS is a schoolwide approach for improving social and academic success for
all students. The acronym P-R-I-D-E stands for our school’s
new expectations: Participation, Respect and Responsibility,
Integrity, Dedication and Effort and Excellence. Throughout the
year, teachers and staff will work with students on these concepts
by teaching and rewarding respectful behavior.
PCS continues to offer many enrichment programs: Math
Counts, Chinese Language (grades 6-8), FOX (an environmental
studies program), the OASIS after school program offered by
Putney Family Services, the School Forest after school program,
a six week Winter Sports program that includes alpine skiing,
snow boarding, cross-country skiing, ice skating and snow
shoeing, Walk to School Days that promote a healthy life style,
School Garden activities and the Asian Studies program.
Our Asian Studies guest teacher from Thailand, Mrs.
Chanya Sunthorntruek, known affectionately as “Kru Goy,”
introduced the children to many facets of Thai culture, art and
philosophy. Children learned how to make lotus paper flowers
and play Thai games. They celebrated Loy Krathong, a harvest
festival and Songkran, a celebration of honoring their elders.
How our school garden does grow! A number of parents
helped to expand our school garden, providing new opportunities
for children to grow and eat healthy, local produce. PCS offers
a summer garden program that teaches children how to tend
and harvest the garden and how to prepare snacks and meals
using the vegetables. During the school year, many classes
participated in the Greens Project, in which children planted
seeds, transplanted seedlings, harvested and cleaned the produce
that was used in the school’s lunch program.
This year the Town of Putney donated to the school a
disease resistant American Liberty Elm, grown by the Elm
Research Institute in Keene, NH. The tree was planted on the
playground in commemoration of the Putney Central School
Forest. It is dedicated to the founders and all the volunteers who
have helped develop and maintain the Forest.
The Middle School Student Asset Council, a student
leadership team, works with advisors Lynne Borofsky and
Kathy Bartlett to create a positive school climate for the students
at PCS. This past year, the Asset Council sponsored a parent
information evening and ran a burrito fundraiser at the West
Hill Cyclo-Cross race, earning over $400 that helped finance
their school projects. They attended a retreat on developing
social competence at Dartmouth College, organized a Mix-ItUp Diversity Day, sponsored a school food drive for the Putney
Food shelf, spent a day at the State House and the Court House
as guests of Mike Mrowicki where they participated in a court
case simulation and nominated Sarah Harlow for the Student
Asset Award. They are to be congratulated for their contributions
to the school.
The New England Common Assessment Program
(NECAP), a set of assessments for students in grades 3 through
8 in reading, writing, (administered in grades 5 & 8 only),
science (administered in grades 4 & 8 only), and mathematics,
designed to meet the requirements of the No Child Left Behind
Act (NCLB), was administered for the fourth consecutive year
in October 2008. Our students met the goal for Adequate Yearly
Progress (AYP) as mandated in No Child Left Behind in all areas
except for mathematics, which was below the standard.
In writing, only 30% of the fourth graders were proficient.
However, by eighth grade, 70% of our students were proficient
in writing. In science, 59% of fourth graders were proficient
compared to 46% of all students statewide. In eighth grade
42% of students were proficient in science compared to 26%
statewide. Teachers continue to work hard to improve learning
for all children. (See the NECAP Results chart for a three-year
comparison of reading and math scores.)
On June 15th, we bid farewell to the class of 2009. The
following students were honored for their achievement: High
Honors Award: Sophie Cooper-Ellis and Benson May. Art
Award: Sophie Cooper-Ellis and Krystyna Chopko. Music
Award: Lou Lou Terwilliger. Sportsmanship Award: Daniel
Osterholt. Faculty Award: Liz Wood. Principal’s Award: Chace
Perkins. Bisha Coburn Music Scholarship: Sally Fletcher and
the Alumni Award: Noah Frank and Nikki Kingsbury.
Pat Mousel, who joined Putney Central in 1988, retired in
June. For many years, her students raffled off a teddy bear and
sent the money to the Reformer’s Christmas Stocking. She’ll be
remembered for her students’ penguin projects and the enduring
love of poetry that she projected. We wish her much happiness.
Putney Central School is fortunate to have the large
number of parents and other community members who
contribute to the livelihood of the school. With the continuing
encouragement and strong commitment of the community, I am
confident that the teachers and the staff will feel much support in
their ongoing efforts to help all students achieve. Amelia Stone,
Principal
NECAP Results
Reading Reading Reading
2006
2007
2008
Math
2006
Math
2007
Math
2008
Number Tested
135
137
121
135
137
122
% of students
Proficient with
Distinction
21%
18%
15%
12%
13%
12%
% of students
Proficient
54%
53%
54%
55%
46%
39%
% of students
Partially Proficient
16%
15%
17%
19%
17%
26%
9%
14%
15%
15%
24%
22%
% of students
Substantially
Below Proficient
PUTNEY CENTRAL SCHOOL
BOARD REPORT
The Putney Central School District Board serves a
supporting role in the operations of the school and has general
oversight of the budgetary process. The board oversees
compliance with policies and regulations for the WSESU with
the assistance of Ron Stahley and Jim Kane. The board works
with the staff and the Principal, Amelia Stone to provide support
for the curricular goals of the program. Finally, the board serves
the community as a resource, allowing concerns to be voiced by
constituents.
2009 Putney Town Report
In 2009, longtime Putney Central School teacher Pat
Mousel retired after a long career of 21 years working at the
school. Lilly Duburow was granted a leave of absence to pursue
a new job with the WSESU as a math coach for the district. In
this newly created position, Lilly will work with K-5 teachers
implementing new math teaching strategies into the curriculum.
Cami Elliot-Knaggs was hired in the fall as a teacher for second
grade. Cami, who has worked at the school for a number of
years, is excited to be working with Karen Saunders creating a
dynamic curriculum. Finally, a new director was elected to the
school board. Pauline Baumberger, a longtime Putney resident
active in community affairs, was elected to a one-year term.
During the summer, the board evaluated its goals and
remained committed to the following: A continued commitment
to the Asian studies program and other enrichment activities;
further development of the early education program, with
support for the pre-kindergarten program; the creation of
a before-school program emphasizing physical exercise;
improving the efficiency of the school based on an energy audit
and phased replacement of aging equipment. Finally, the board
continues to initiate and develop an endowment to raise funds
for enrichment activities beyond the scope of the school budget.
The preschool program, begun by the school in the fall of
2008, now consists of 2 classrooms and 25 students. A new lead
teacher, Ana Williams, was hired during the summer. PCS board
Chairman Benji Cragin continued his work with a newly formed
energy committee of concerned Putney residents. Goals for the
committee revolve around improving the efficiency of the school
building. The board approved an energy audit by the T-Corp
group out of Burlington. Major areas of concern cited in the
audit involved heat loss in the gym and the long hall. To address
these issues, the energy committee has begun consultations
with an architectural and engineering firm. Modernization of
the heating and ventilation systems of both buildings will be
evaluated during the year to ascertain condition and lifespan.
The Putney School Endowment, established by the school
board in 2008, has presently raised more than $2,600. A board
of directors has been formed and a fundraising project was
recently initiated selling sets of note cards created from Putney
Central School students’ artwork. An appeal letter was also sent
out in November. Goals for the coming year for the Endowment
include continuing to raise money, making a first small grant
in the spring and further defining policies and procedures.
Contributions, large and small, will be gratefully received.
Please make checks out to PCS Endowment Fund and send to or
drop by the PCS office.
For the coming school year, the school is working
actively to attract out of district students. Students from
Westminster have brought energy and enthusiasm to the middle
school. The tuition payments have also helped to bring funding
for projects and programming for the middle school. To aid in
the recruitment of new middle school students, the school has
offered two open house sessions in which interested students
from the 6th grade can visit the middle school. Presently, Putney
Central School has two tuition students. Thanks to the staff for
hosting these periodic school visits.
Finally, every year the board grants the Darrow
Scholarship to graduating high school (public, home school,
or private) students from Putney. This year’s recipient was
Kathleen Bryant. The board reminds all Putney high school
seniors that the deadline for applications is May 1. Applications
are available at the BUHS guidance office or the WSESU central
office. Matt Dall, Board Clerk
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REPORT FROM THE OFFICE OF THE
SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS
During the past year, the teachers and staff of the Windham
Southeast Supervisory Union have been committed to providing
excellent learning opportunities for our students in positive
learning environments. We are working to ensure that all
students are positioned to meet the Vermont Standards.
As the challenging financial circumstances have continued,
we have been looking closely for efficiencies within the
current budgets. People have been very frugal with our existing
resources. We also see some opportunities through attrition - not
filling positions that are vacated unless they are critical to our
educational operation. We continue to prioritize our highest
needs as we develop our budgets. The budgets we present reflect
tough decisions about what resources are essential and what we
can do without. We will address these issues as we present each
budget at your annual town meeting.
I would like to cite recent comments made by Paul
Cillo, President of the Public Assets Institute in Montpelier as
he provides a broader perspective on Vermont’s educational
achievement and spending:
Vermont’s school boards and teachers with the support of
local voters have been effectively managing school costs while
keeping the state’s public schools among the best in the nation.
Nationally released student test scores place Vermont in
the top five states. Meanwhile, public education expenditures as
a percentage of Vermont’s economy have remained flat for 15
years at less than six percent of gross state product. That’s in
spite of Vermont schools’ health care costs rising by an average
of over nine percent each year against a relatively modest drop
in public-school enrollments of a little more than one percent
yearly.
Vermont has a financially sustainable public education
system that achieves excellent results. It keeps its education
spending flat as a percentage of the economy under hugely trying
circumstances. This should be cause for congratulations.
I find Paul’s comments especially true for the schools and
programs of WSESU. We have worked hard to provide quality
education for our students, making an investment in our future.
Our work, when linked with strong parent and community
support, will help ensure that we achieve the WSESU District
Mission: To provide a safe, inclusive and supportive environment
where all students grow academically, socially, and emotionally,
and are challenged to reach their potential as local and global
community members.
You can learn more about our schools by visiting the
WSESU web site: www.wssu.k12.vt.us. Please remember that
our schools remain a community resource, and we welcome
involvement in programs and activities that will enhance
learning for our students. Plan to join us at our schools as we
continue to build a tradition that promotes “An Education of
Excellence”. Stop by for a visit, attend a concert or a play, or
offer to provide a workshop in an area of expertise. See first
hand why we are proud of our schools, and help us plan for the
future. Ron Stahley, Ed.D, Superintendent of Schools
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Grade by Grade Enrollment at Putney
Central School
(as of November 10, 2009)
Preschool
Kindergarten
Grade 1
Grade 2
Grade 3
Grade 4
Grade 5
Grade 6
Grade 7
Grade 8
Total
Boys
11
14
12
13
12
4
12
8
8
13
107
Girls
8
6
9
12
6
6
14
6
15
8
90
Total
19
20
21
25
18
10
26
14
23
21
197
CHILD FIND NOTICE
All children have a right to a public education. Federal and
State law provide that all qualifying children with disabilities
have a right to a free appropriate public education, including
where provided by law, special education and related services.
The WSESU and all of its member districts (Brattleboro,
Dummerston, Guilford, Putney, Vernon, and BUHS #6 - “the
District”), have a duty to identify and locate any children,
ages 3 through 21, who may be eligible for special education
(including children who are highly mobile, such as migrant
children, or who are homeless, or are wards of the State), who
are residents of the District and may have disabilities, or who
are attending private schools or a program of home study within
the boundaries of the District, or who are not receiving services,
in order to evaluate and engage in planning of services, as
appropriate, under the Individuals with Disabilities Education
Improvement Act and/or under Section 504 of the Rehabilitation
Act of 1973.
The District also needs to identify and locate all infants,
birth to age 3 who may have disabilities, for evaluation and
services under Part C of the federal special education law (the
Individuals with Disabilities Education Improvement Act).
Putney Central School eigth grade class - 2009
The District hereby provides notice that such children may
be entitled to early intervention services (birth-3) or to special
education and related services (3-22).
If you have or know of such a child in your school, home
or neighborhood, please contact: Superintendent of Schools,
WSESU, 53 Green Street, Brattleboro, VT 05301; 802-2543731. Information provided will be used only to carry out child
find purposes, so that those protected by the disabilities laws
will be contacted with respect to potential eligibility, and all
information will remain confidential within the District’s child
find system, pursuant to the Family Educational Rights and
Privacy Act and its regulations, 334 C.F.R. Part 99.
PUTNEY CENTRAL SCHOOL STAFF
Amelia Stone
Principal
Maria DeLuca
Administrative Assistant
Cliff Adler
6-8 Mathematics
Kathleen Bartlett
School Counselor
Michael Beardsley
Grades 4/5
Elizabeth Bissell
Library/Media Specialist (80%)
Lynne Borofsky
Special Educator
Connie Bresnahan
6-8 Social Studies/Literature
Linda Cassidy
Grade 1
Mary Anne M. Deer
6-8 Language Arts
Cameron Elliott-Knaggs
Grade 2 (80%)
Rosemary Gerbino
Title I (3-5)
Marcia Hansen
Grade 4/5
Kathy Ingram
Title I (6-8)
Kay Kloppenburg
Special Educator (50%)
Don Linden6-8 Science/Technology
Kirk Nims
Physical Education (80%)
Kathy Pirruccello
Speech/Language Pathologist (WSESU)
Mary Beth Porter
Special Educator
Karen Saunders
Grade 2
Arlene Scott
School Nurse
Daniel Seiden
Music
Ellen Tumavicus
Art (80%)
Henny Walsh
Title I (K-2)
Angela Walton
Grade 3
Maureen Ward
Kindergarten
Sherry Ames
Paraeducator
Edward Anderson
Custodian
Richard Anderson
Paraeducator
Sandra Anschutz
Paraeducator
Jean Bombicino
Speech/Language Assistant (WSESU)
Sarah Cassidy
Paraeducator
Tony Coven
Head Custodian
Cameron Elliott-Knagg
sParaeducator (20%)
Patti Fortier
Paraeducator
Nancy Gagnon
Office Assistant
Amy Levesque
Paraeducator
Melissa Lowe
Paraeducator
Rebecca Morgan
Paraeducator
Susan Pfadenhauer-Simonds Paraeducator
Ruth Schultz
Paraeducator
Hannah van Loon
Paraeducator
PUTNEY TOWN SCHOOL DISTRICT
CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT FUND
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Fiscal
Year 2008-09
2009 Putney Town R
eport
putney
school district
PUTNEY
TOWN town
SCHOOL DISTRICT
TREASURER'S
FINANCIAL
REPORT
treasurer’s
financial
report
Fiscal Year 2008-09
Fiscal Year 2008-09
Balance on hand July 1, 2008
REVENUE
Town of Putney Taxes
Elementary School/ WSESU
State of Vermont - Spec. Ed.
State of Vermont - Spec. Ed.
State of Vermont - Essential Early Ed.
State of Vermont - Spec. Ed. LEA
State of Vermont - St. Aid
State of Vermont - Transportation
Breakfast/ Hot Lunch Reimbursement
Credits
Tuition Students
Winter Activities/ Sports
Interest
WSESU Title I
WSESU Title II
WSESU Medicaid
Endowment Fund
Playground to Forest Fund
Sub total
DISBURSED
Elementary School & WSESU
Elementary Payroll
Bond #2 Payment
Bond #2 Interest
Bank Charges
Endowment Fund
Transfer RVCU - Capital Fund
Checks
Sub total
Balance on hand June 30, 2009
Checking Account
Money Market Account
Balance on hand
820,755
1,708,999
65,128
354,520
17,006
39,802
786,487
44,081
80,000
167,537
116,040
9,826
2,686
45,053
21,000
57,329
1,150
4,941
PUTNEY
SCHOOL
putney
town
district
Balance onTOWN
hand
July
1,school
2008DISTRICT
9,141
CAPITAL
IMPROVEMENT
FUND
Interest
45
Capital
improvement
fund
Fiscal Year 2008-09
Transfer from General
FiscalFund
Year 2008-09
Balance on hand June 30, 2009
80,500
89,686
Balance on hand July 1, 2008
Interest
Transfer from General Fund
Balance on hand June 30, 2009
9,141
45
80,500
89,686
PUTNEY TOWN
SCHOOL
DISTRICT
putney
town
school
district
SCHOOL FOREST FUND
School Forest fund
Fiscal Year 2008-09
Fiscal Year 2008-09
PUTNEY TOWN SCHOOL DISTRICT
Balance on hand July 1, 2008
SCHOOL FOREST FUND
Interest earned
Fiscal Year 2008-09
Transferred to General Fund
Balance on hand June 30, 2009 (closed)
4,933
8
(4,941)
0
Balance on hand July 1, 2008
4,933
Interest earned
8
Transferred
to
General
Fund
(4,941)
putney town school district
Balance on
hand June
30, 2009
(closed)
0
PUTNEY
TOWN
SCHOOL
DISTRICT
Breakfast
and
hot lunch
BREAKFAST
AND HOT
LUNCH
Fiscal Year 2008-09
Fiscal Year 2008-09
3,521,585
Balance on hand July 1, 2008
Income
Disbursement: Deposit slips
Transfer: General Fund expenses
Balance on hand June 30, 2009
1,453,980
1,870,256
35,000
10,624
456
1,150
80,500
38
2,684
81,957
(43)
(80,000)
4,598
(3,452,004)
890,336
819,828
70,508
890,336
The pool pavilion was donated in 2007 by the Putney
Recreation League.
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2009 Putney Town Report
PUTNEY
TOWN
SCHOOL
2010-2011
PUTNEY
TOWN SCHOOL
DISTRICT
2010-2011 DISTRICT
PROPOSED BUDGET
SUMMARY
2007-08
BUDGET
Budget Area
General Operating Fund
Special Education
Early Essential Education
Special Articles -Capital Fund
Total Putney Central School
WSESU
B.U.H.S. & Vocational Assessments
B.U.H.S. Assessment
Vocational Education Grant
Total Assessments
Combined Total
2008-09
BUDGET
Proposed Budget SUMMARY
2009-10
BUDGET
2010-11
PROPOSED
% DIFF
2,347,356
716,328
39,687
28,500
3,131,871
2,418,055
708,536
50,217
28,500
3,205,308
2,445,188
700,160
50,482
29,000
3,224,830
2,392,884
764,383
48,589
46,000
3,251,856
(52,304)
64,223
(1,893)
17,000
27,026
-2.14%
9.17%
-3.75%
58.62%
0.84%
179,651
185,451
181,395
192,713
11,318
6.24%
1,658,061
82,712
1,740,773
5,052,295
0
0
0
3,390,759
0
0
0
3,406,225
0
0
0
3,444,569
0
0
0
38,344
0.00%
0.00%
0.00%
1.13%
PUTNEY
SCHOOL
DISTRICT
2010-2011
REVENUE
PUTNEY
TOWN TOWN
SCHOOL DISTRICT
2010-2011
REVENUE PROPOSED
BUDGET
2008-2009
BUDGET
LOCAL
Tuition
Pre-K Program Tuition
Interest
EPSDT Sub-Grant
Other Sub-Grants
E-Rate Revenue
On-Behalf of Revenue (Retirement)
Insurance Refund
Promoting Nutrition Grant
Other Grants
Donations
Other Sub-Grants
Medicaid Sub-Grants
TOTAL LOCAL
$ DIFF
2008-2009
ACTUAL
2009-2010
BUDGET
PROPOSED BUDGET
2010-2011
PROPOSED
$ Difference
% Difference
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0.00%
0.00%
0.00%
0.00%
0.00%
0.00%
0.00%
0.00%
0.00%
0.00%
0.00%
0.00%
0.00%
0.00%
70,000
0
2,500
26,000
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
21,930
120,430
106,790
6,130
2,061
26,000
0
5,770
83,818
5,324
500
420
150
1,928
15,000
253,891
45,000
0
2,500
26,000
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
21,930
95,430
45,000
0
2,500
26,000
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
21,930
95,430
2,495,486
407,989
0
17,006
44,578
2,965,059
2,495,486
434,993
437
17,006
44,081
2,992,003
2,493,890
397,917
0
17,688
45,901
2,955,396
2,497,365
425,932
0
15,014
46,827
2,985,138
FEDERAL
Special Education I.D.E.A.
Title I & Title II a Grants
TOTAL FEDERAL
46,179
129,091
175,270
45,399
138,580
183,979
45,399
130,000
175,399
46,001
130,000
176,001
602
0
602
1.33%
0.00%
0.34%
OTHER
Fund Balance
Transfer in from Capital Fund
TOTAL OTHER
130,000
0
130,000
0
0
0
180,000
0
180,000
180,000
8,000
188,000
0
8,000
8,000
0.00%
4.44%
3,390,759
3,429,873
3,406,225
3,444,569
38,344
1.13%
STATE
Education Revenue from the State
Special Education
Prior Year Special Ed. Adjust.
E.E.E. Program
Transportation Grant
TOTAL STATE
TOTAL REVENUE
3,475
28,015
0
(2,674)
926
29,742
0.14%
7.04%
-15.12%
2.02%
1.01%
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PUTNEY TOWN
SCHOOL
DISTRICT FY11
(2010 - 2011)2010-2011
PROPOSED BUDGET
PUTNEY
TOWN
SCHOOL
DISTRICT
PROPOSED BUDGET
2008-2009
BUDGET
TITLE I & INSTRUCTIONAL SUPPORT
Salary
171,566
Grant Funded Salaries & Benefits
0
Health Insurance
33,270
Dental Insurance
3,438
FICA
13,256
Life Insurance
243
Course Reimbursement
1,920
Disability Insurance
631
403 (b) Benefit
1,716
125 Plan
63
Supplies
500
Dues & Fees
0
Books
600
TOTAL
227,203
CO-CURRICULAR
Salaries
FICA
Purchased Services
Supplies
TOTAL
SCHOOL COUNSELOR
Salaries
Health Insurance
Dental Insurance
FICA
Life Insurance
125 Plan
Course Reimbursement
403 (b) Benefit
Disability Insurance
Prof. Services
Psych. Services
Travel
Achievement Tests
Supplies
Books
Equipment
Dues & Fees
TOTAL
2008-2009 2009-2010 2010-2011
ACTUAL BUDGET PROPOSED
$ DIFF.
% DIFF.
46,750
140,507
15,210
618
3,444
61
300
281
467
0
525
1,950
405
210,518
176,713
0
31,924
3,247
13,519
302
2,175
742
1,767
67
500
125
600
231,681
172,280
0
36,482
3,535
13,311
302
2,175
698
1,723
67
500
125
600
231,798
(4,433)
0
4,558
288
(208)
0
0
(44)
(44)
0
0
0
0
117
-2.51%
0.00%
14.28%
8.87%
-1.54%
0.00%
0.00%
-5.93%
-2.49%
0.00%
0.00%
0.00%
0.00%
0.05%
6,400
490
1,900
1,000
9,790
7,200
544
1,945
198
9,887
6,400
490
1,900
1,000
9,790
6,400
490
1,900
1,000
9,790
0
0
0
0
0
0.00%
0.00%
0.00%
0.00%
0.00%
66,168
1,000
943
5,112
95
65
640
662
268
750
800
2,000
100
50
300
0
160
79,113
67,351
0
915
4,955
188
67
400
611
267
0
0
588
131
188
145
0
160
75,966
68,153
1,000
961
5,214
118
67
725
682
286
750
800
2,000
100
50
300
100
160
81,466
67,997
1,000
983
5,254
118
67
725
680
275
900
800
600
150
500
250
100
160
80,559
(156)
0
22
40
0
0
0
(2)
(11)
150
0
(1,400)
50
450
(50)
0
0
(907)
-0.23%
0.00%
2.29%
0.77%
0.00%
0.00%
0.00%
-0.29%
-3.85%
20.00%
0.00%
-70.00%
50.00%
900.00%
-16.67%
0.00%
0.00%
-1.11%
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PUTNEY TOWN SCHOOL DISTRICT 2010-2011 PROPOSED BUDGET
2008-2009
BUDGET
SCHOOL NURSE
Salary
School Doctor
FICA Nurse
Health Insurance
Dental Insurance
Life Insurance
Course Reimbursement
403 (b) Benefit
Disability Insurance
125 Plan
Repairs/ Maintenance
Supplies
Equipment
Dues & Fees
Travel
Books
TOTAL
2008-2009 2009-2010 2010-2011
ACTUAL BUDGET PROPOSED
61,497
200
4,752
5,489
461
88
640
615
197
60
100
550
150
150
100
200
75,249
61,497
200
4,563
5,489
372
173
753
615
243
67
99
763
0
140
21
203
75,198
63,342
200
4,846
5,394
469
109
725
633
266
67
100
550
150
150
100
200
77,301
63,197
200
4,883
5,556
483
109
725
632
256
67
100
600
150
160
200
200
77,518
PROGRAM IMPROVEMENT/ OTHER
One Percent Fund
8,250
Travel & Conference
1,800
Environmental Studies
1,400
Other Grant Expenses
0
Equity Coordination
0
Assemblies & Special Programs
3,000
TOTAL
14,450
4,976
2,662
1,173
1,086
0
2,400
12,297
8,250
1,800
1,400
0
1,000
3,000
15,450
8,250
1,800
1,400
0
1,000
3,000
15,450
PRE-SCHOOL OUTREACH
Pre-School Outreach Coordinator
FICA
Pre-School Start-Up Expense
Pre-School Maintenance
Pre-School Services **
TOTAL
LIBRARY
Salaries
Health Insurance
Dental Insurance
FICA
Life Insurance
Course Reimbursement
Disability Insurance
403 (b) Benefit
Support Contracted Services
Tech. Software
Audio Visual Supplies
Audio Visual Hardware
Library Supplies
Books
Periodicals
Non-Instructional Equipment
Equipment
TOTAL
SCHOOL BOARD
Salaries
11,082
848
0
0
2008-2009
57,357
BUDGET
69,287
0
0
0
0
0
0
14,531
0
0
4,962
0
0
2008-2009
58,635 2009-2010
75,000 2010-2011
12,000
ACTUAL
BUDGET
78,128
75,000 PROPOSED
12,000
$ DIFF.
(145)
0
37
162
14
0
0
(1)
(10)
0
0
50
0
10
100
0
217
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
% DIFF.
-0.23%
0.00%
0.76%
3.00%
2.99%
0.00%
0.00%
-0.16%
-3.76%
0.00%
0.00%
9.09%
0.00%
6.67%
100.00%
0.00%
0.28%
0.00%
0.00%
0.00%
0.00%
0.00%
0.00%
0.00%
0
0.00%
0
0.00%
0
0.00%
0
0.00%
$ (63,000)
DIFF.
%-84.00%
DIFF.
(63,000) -84.00%
52,934
4,391
369
4,090
74
640
215
529
495
0
500
0
300
3,000
650
0
200
68,387
37,954
10,188
1,041
2,557
99
1,005
127
0
0
3,428
150
0
404
2,752
375
0
0
60,080
39,093
11,371
1,219
3,020
67
640
158
391
600
0
500
0
300
3,000
650
0
200
61,209
39,917
11,712
1,255
3,084
67
725
162
399
600
0
350
750
450
3,000
650
400
200
63,721
824
341
36
64
0
85
4
8
0
0
(150)
750
150
0
0
400
0
2,512
2.11%
3.00%
2.95%
2.12%
0.00%
13.28%
2.53%
2.05%
0.00%
0.00%
-30.00%
0.00%
50.00%
0.00%
0.00%
0.00%
0.00%
4.10%
3,500
3,500
3,500
4,000
500
14.29%
Support Contracted Services
495
0
600
600
0
0.00%
Tech. Software
0
3,428
0
0
0
0.00%
Audio Visual Supplies
500
150
500
350
(150)
-30.00%
Audio Visual Hardware
0
0
0
750
750
0.00%
2009300Putney 404
Town Report
Library Supplies
300
450
150
50.00%
Books
3,000
2,752
3,000
3,000
0
0.00%
Periodicals
650
375
650
650
0
0.00%
PUTNEY
TOWN SCHOOL DISTRICT
2010-2011
PROPOSED
BUDGET
Non-Instructional Equipment
0
0
0
400
400
0.00%
Equipment
200 2008-2009
0 2009-2010
200 2010-2011
200
0.00%
2008-2009
$ DIFF.0 % DIFF.
TOTAL
68,387 ACTUAL
60,080 BUDGET
61,209 PROPOSED
63,721
2,512
4.10%
BUDGET
SCHOOL
LIBRARYBOARD
Salaries
3,500
3,500
3,500
4,000
Salaries
52,934
37,954
39,093
39,917
FICA
268
268
275
306
Health Insurance
4,391
10,188
11,371
11,712
Advertising/
Printing
2,100
836
2,100
2,100
Dental Insurance
369
1,041
1,219
1,255
Supplies
650
929
650
650
FICA
4,090
2,557
3,020
3,084
DuesInsurance
& Fees
1,650
1,780
1,650
2,000
Life
74
99
67
67
TOTALReimbursement
8,168
7,313
8,175
9,056
Course
640
1,005
640
725
Disability Insurance
215
127
158
162
TREASURER/
403
(b) Benefit LEGAL/ AUDIT
529
0
391
399
Salary Contracted Services
500
5000
500
500
Support
495
600
600
FICA Software
390
38
390
390
Tech.
3,428
Legal/ Visual
Audit Supplies
11,000
12,329
11,000
3,750
Audio
500
150
500
350
TOTAL
11,539
12,8670
11,539
4,289
Audio
Visual Hardware
0
0
750
Library Supplies
300
404
300
450
PRINCIPAL/ SCHOOL ADMINISTRATION
Books
3,000
2,752
3,000
3,000
Principal Salary
83,630
83,630
86,139
87,009
Periodicals
650
375
650
650
Secretary Salary Equipment
30,6080
34,5730
32,4440
34,819
Non-Instructional
400
Clerical Support
4,000
5,712
7,000
Equipment
200
00
200
200
Health Insurance
17,136
16,755
16,949
17,457
TOTAL
68,387
60,080
61,209
63,721
Dental Insurance
1,404
1,361
461
1,472
FICA
9,046
8,850
9,509
9,855
SCHOOL
BOARD
Life Insurance
308
613
385
403
Salaries
3,500
3,500
3,500
4,000
Disability Insurance
465
458
480
500
FICA
268
268
275
306
Tax-ShelteredPrinting
Annuity/ 403 (b)
2,916
2,987
3,159
3,206
Advertising/
2,100
836
2,100
2,100
Professional Development
2,500
793
2,500
2,000
Supplies
650
929
650
650
CPC
Program
5,000
9,972
7,500
8,000
Dues & Fees
1,650
1,780
1,650
2,000
Student Data Software Maintenanc
2,800
2,000
2,000
TOTAL
8,168
7,3130
8,175
9,056
Travel & Conference
2,000
588
2,000
1,500
Supplies
3,200
2,948
3,000
3,000
TREASURER/
LEGAL/ AUDIT
Student Notification CS
600
Salary
5000
5000
5000
500
Books & Periodicals
300
228
300
300
FICA
39
38
39
39
Equipment
1,500
1,361
1,500
1,500
Legal/
Audit
11,000
12,329
11,000
3,750
Dues & Fees
200 2008-2009
320 2009-2010
500 2010-2011
500
2008-2009
TOTAL
11,539
12,867
11,539
4,289
TOTAL
167,013 ACTUAL
165,437 BUDGET
174,538 PROPOSED
181,121
BUDGET
PRINCIPAL/ SCHOOL ADMINISTRATION
OTHER
Principal BENEFITS
Salary
83,630
83,630
86,139
87,009
EAP
Program/
403 (b) Fees
1,000
150
650
600
Secretary
Salary
30,608
34,573
32,444
34,819
On-Behalf
of Teacher's Retirement
83,8180
Clerical Support
4,0000
5,7120
7,0000
Unemployment
1,500
182
1,500
1,500
Health InsuranceCompensation
17,136
16,755
16,949
17,457
TOTAL
2,500
84,150
2,150
2,100
Dental Insurance
1,404
1,361
461
1,472
FICA
9,046
8,850
9,509
9,855
MAINTENANCE
Life Insurance
308
613
385
403
Salaries
79,021
73,308
82,210
84,181
Disability Insurance
465
458
480
500
Health
Insurance
27,445
27,444
27,006
27,697
Tax-Sheltered
Annuity/ 403 (b)
2,916
2,987
3,159
3,206
Dental
Insurance
922
893
938
966
Professional
Development
2,500
793
2,500
2,000
FICA
6,251
5,223
6,289
6,646
CPC Program
5,000
9,972
7,500
8,000
Life
Insurance
102
1890
266
126
Student
Data Software Maintenanc
2,800
2,000
2,000
Tax
Sheltered
Annuity
2,584
2,691
3,288
2,584
Travel
& Conference
2,000
588
2,000
1,500
Disability
332
265
284
274
Supplies Insurance
3,200
2,948
3,000
3,000
Contracted
Services CS
11,000
31,1050
14,0000
20,000
Student Notification
0
600
Water
1,500
2,194
1,800
2,500
Books &
& Sewer
Periodicals
300
228
300
300
Water
Testing
750
1,142
750
1,500
Equipment
1,500
1,361
1,500
Repairs/
Maint. Grounds
4,000
7,483
5,400
8,000
Dues & Fees
200
320
500
500
Rubbish
3,300
3,043
4,200
3,750
TOTAL Removal
167,013
165,437
174,538
181,121
Travel
500
535
500
575
Property & Liability Insurance
20,000
16,250
21,000
19,000
Telephone & Postage
6,000
6,471
8,000
7,000
500
824
31
341
360
640
3500
881
85
4
8
00
00
(7,250)
(150)
(7,250)
750
150
0
8700
2,375
400
1,2880
508
2,512
1,011
346
18
500
20
31
470
(500)
0
500
350
8810
(500)
0
6000
00
0
(7,250)
0
$ DIFF.
(7,250)
6,583
14.29%
2.11%
11.27%
3.00%
0.00%
2.95%
0.00%
2.12%
21.21%
0.00%
10.78%
13.28%
2.53%
2.05%
0.00%
0.00%
0.00%
0.00%
-65.91%
-30.00%
-62.83%
0.00%
50.00%
0.00%
1.01%
0.00%
7.32%
0.00%
22.55%
0.00%
3.00%
4.10%
219.31%
3.64%
4.68%
14.29%
4.17%
11.27%
1.49%
0.00%
-20.00%
0.00%
6.67%
21.21%
0.00%
10.78%
-25.00%
0.00%
0.00%
0.00%
0.00%
0.00%
0.00%
-65.91%
0.00%
%
DIFF.
-62.83%
3.77%
870
(50)
2,375
1,2880
5080
(50)
1,011
346
18
1,971
20
691
47
28
(500)
357
500
(140)
0
(704)
(500)
(10)
0
6,000
600
7000
7500
2,6000
(450)
6,583
75
(2,000)
(1,000)
1.01%
-7.69%
7.32%
0.00%
22.55%
0.00%
3.00%
-2.33%
219.31%
3.64%
4.68%
2.40%
4.17%
2.56%
1.49%
2.99%
-20.00%
5.68%
6.67%
-52.63%
0.00%
-21.42%
-25.00%
-3.64%
0.00%
42.86%
0.00%
38.89%
0.00%
100.00%
0.00%
48.15%
0.00%
-10.71%
3.77%
15.00%
-9.52%
-12.50%
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Salaries
79,021
73,308
82,210
84,181
1,971
2.40%
Health Insurance
27,445
27,444
27,006
27,697
691
2.56%
Dental Insurance
922
893
938
966
28
2.99%
FICA
6,251
5,223
6,289
6,646
357
5.68%
2009
Putney189
Town Report
Life Insurance
102
266
126
(140)
-52.63%
Tax Sheltered Annuity
2,584
2,691
3,288
2,584
(704)
-21.42%
Disability Insurance
265 2010-2011
284
274
(10) BUDGET
-3.64%
PUTNEY
TOWN SCHOOL332
DISTRICT
PROPOSED
Contracted Services
11,000
31,105
14,000
20,000
6,000
42.86%
Water & Sewer
1,500
2,194
1,800
2,500
700
38.89%
2008-2009 2008-2009 2009-2010 2010-2011
$ DIFF.
% DIFF.
Water Testing
750
1,142
750
1,500
750
100.00%
BUDGET ACTUAL BUDGET PROPOSED
Repairs/ Maint. Grounds
4,000
7,483
5,400
8,000
2,600
48.15%
Rubbish Removal
3,300
3,043
4,200
3,750
(450)
-10.71%
K-8 INSTRUCTION
Travel
500
535
500
575
75
15.00%
Teacher Salaries
129,856
129,856
133,752
135,454
1,702
1.27%
Property & Liability Insurance
20,000
16,250
21,000
19,000
(2,000)
-9.52%
Health Insurance
23,172
26,088
24,215
24,941
726
3.00%
Telephone & Postage
6,000
6,471
8,000
7,000
(1,000)
-12.50%
Dental Insurance
1,910
1,808
2,509
2,583
74
2.95%
Supplies
6,500
7,801
6,500
8,500
2,000
30.77%
Life Insurance
183
364
235
235
0
0.00%
Electricity
28,500
24,705
26,000
26,849
849
3.27%
FICA
10,033
9,503
10,218
10,466
248
2.43%
Gas
1,900
2,172
2,700
2,500
(200)
-7.41%
125 Plan
120
0
67
67
0
0.00%
Fuel Oil
44,000
51,085
56,000
52,000
(4,000)
-7.14%
Course Reimbursement
1,920
1,369
2,175
2,175
0
0.00%
Planned Bldg. Improvements
15,000
16,804
17,500
20,000
2,500
14.29%
Disability Insurance
524
524
542
549
7
1.35%
Equipment
500
0
500
500
0
0.00%
403 (b) Benefit
1,299
411
1,337
800
(537)
-40.16%
Replacement Equipment
1,000
399
3,750
1,500
(2,250)
-60.00%
Asian Studies Program
2,500
2,500
5,000
7,000
2,000
40.00%
TOTAL
261,107
281,202
288,882
296,648
7,766
2.69%
Repairs/Maintenance
200
295
200
200
0
0.00%
Supplies
2,150
2,317
2,850
2,850
0
0.00%
TRANSPORTATION
Software
0
0
300
300
0
0.00%
Transportation
115,000
104,060
117,184
111,471
(5,713)
-4.88%
Books/Periodicals
150
0
0
0
0
0.00%
Field Trips
3,500
1,834
3,500
3,500
0
0.00%
Equipment
1,300
706
1,400
1,400
0
0.00%
TOTAL
118,500
105,894
120,684
114,971
(5,713)
-4.73%
Band & Chorus Music
750
1,557
700
700
0
0.00%
TOTAL
176,067
177,298
185,500
189,720
4,220
2.28%
FOOD SERVICES
Breakfast Program Subsidy
1,500
1,500
2,000
2,000
0
0.00%
SECONDARY INSTRUCTION
Hot Lunch Program Subsidy
10,000
10,000
10,000
10,000
0
0.00%
Teacher Salaries
235,015
236,015
242,065
245,737
3,672
1.52%
TOTAL
11,500
11,500
12,000
12,000
0
0.00%
Substitute Salaries
1,500
0
1,500
1,500
0
0.00%
Health Insurance
37,045
36,045
36,420
37,482
1,062
2.92%
DEBT
Dental Insurance
3,381
3,280
3,446
3,535
89
2.58%
Interest on Bond Debt
10,625
10,624
8,641
6,658
(1,983)
-22.95%
Life Insurance
338
671
420
429
9
2.14%
Principal on Bond Debt
35,000
35,000
35,000
35,000
0
0.00%
FICA
18,158
17,247
18,518
18,987
469
2.53%
TOTAL
45,625
45,624
43,641
41,658
(1,983)
-4.54%
125 Plan
195
133
201
134
(67)
-33.33%
Course Reimbursement
2,560
1,614
2,900
2,900
0
0.00%
K-6 INSTRUCTION
Disability Insurance
941
948
980
995
15
1.53%
Teacher Salaries
439,833
469,073
397,611
395,023
(2,588)
-0.65%
403 (b) Benefit
2,351
2,280
2,421
2,457
36
1.49%
Paraprofessional Salaries
70,703
67,558
86,722
73,620
(13,102) -15.11%
Supplies
2,200
1,621
2,500
2,500
0
0.00%
Substitute Salaries
23,500
24,499
26,000
26,500
500
1.92%
Graduation
450
204
300
300
0
0.00%
Health Insurance
105,189
97,295
94,250
101,034
6,784
7.20%
Books & Periodicals
1,500
1,387
2,500
2,500
0
0.00%
Dental Insurance
10,213
9,164
9,308
9,588
280
3.01%
Manipulative
0
355
0
0
0
0.00%
FICA
41,349
41,432
39,400
37,827
(1,573)
-3.99%
Equipment
3,000
2,996
3,000
3,100
100
3.33%
Life Insurance
718
1,548
866
874
8
0.92%
Non-Instructional Equipment
0
0
0
500
500
0.00%
125 Plan
325
233
268
268
0
0.00%
Math Club
300
260
300
300
0
0.00%
Course Reimbursement
5,755
8,399
5,075
5,075
0
0.00%
Tuition
12,000
0
12,000
0
(12,000) -100.00%
403 (b) Benefit
4,398
3,486
3,977
3,600
(377)
-9.48%
TOTAL
320,934
305,056
329,471
323,356
(6,115)
-1.86%
Disability Insurance
2,078
1,977
2,037
1,914
(123)
-6.04%
Tax Sheltered Annuity
2,828
1,138
3,469
2,945
(524)
-15.11%
K-8 COMPUTERS
Repairs
500
0
500
500
0
0.00%
Technology Support Integration
0
0
0
7,500
7,500
0.00%
Supplies
12,000
17,781
12,000
10,000
(2,000)
-16.67%
Technology Stipend
0
0
0
1,470
1,470
0.00%
Books & Periodicals
4,200
2,294
4,200
3,000
(1,200)
-28.57%
Technology FICA
0
0
0
112
112
0.00%
Manipulative
1,000
871
1,000
1,000
0
0.00%
Repairs/ Maintenance
1,500
827
1,500
1,500
0
0.00%
New Equipment
750
670
750
1,500
750
100.00%
Supplies
1,200
260
1,200
1,200
0
0.00%
Scamp Salary
1,750
990
1,838
1,838
1
0.03%
Software
1,250
935
1,250
1,250
0
0.00%
Scamp FICA
134
73
141
141
0
0.00%
Equipment & Lease
12,000
16,222
12,000
21,500
9,500
79.17%
Summer Literacy Program
0
1,036
2,500
2,500
0
0.00%
Hardware / Equipment
0
0
0
6,000
6,000
0.00%
Paraprofessional Training
1,500
1,558
1,500
1,500
0
0.00%
On -Line Fees
3,200
6,517
3,600
3,600
0
0.00%
Non Instructional Equipment
3,000
2,400
3,000
2,000
(1,000)
-33.33%
TOTAL
19,150
24,761
19,550
44,132
24,582
125.74%
Class Course Reimbursement
750
110
750
750
0
0.00%
TOTAL
732,473
753,585
697,162
682,997
(14,165)
-2.03%
SPECIAL EDUCATION (K-12)
Teacher Salaries
162,323
137,278
167,193
166,811
(382)
-0.23%
Paraprofessional Salaries
158,703
153,701
167,765
173,827
6,062
3.61%
SE Tutors (School Year)
6,750
0
6,750
5,000
(1,750)
-25.93%
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PUTNEY TOWN SCHOOL DISTRICT 2010-2011 PROPOSED BUDGET
2008-2009
BUDGET
2008-2009 2009-2010 2010-2011
ACTUAL BUDGET PROPOSED
$ DIFF.
% DIFF.
K-8 INSTRUCTION
Teacher Salaries
Health Insurance
Dental Insurance
Life Insurance
FICA
125 Plan
Course Reimbursement
Disability Insurance
403 (b) Benefit
Asian Studies Program
Repairs/Maintenance
Supplies
Software
Books/Periodicals
Equipment
Band & Chorus Music
TOTAL
129,856
23,172
1,910
183
10,033
120
1,920
524
1,299
2,500
200
2,150
0
150
1,300
750
176,067
129,856
26,088
1,808
364
9,503
0
1,369
524
411
2,500
295
2,317
0
0
706
1,557
177,298
133,752
24,215
2,509
235
10,218
67
2,175
542
1,337
5,000
200
2,850
300
0
1,400
700
185,500
135,454
24,941
2,583
235
10,466
67
2,175
549
800
7,000
200
2,850
300
0
1,400
700
189,720
SECONDARY INSTRUCTION
Teacher Salaries
Substitute Salaries
Health Insurance
Dental Insurance
Life Insurance
FICA
125 Plan
Course Reimbursement
Disability Insurance
403 (b) Benefit
Supplies
Graduation
Books & Periodicals
Manipulative
Equipment
Non-Instructional Equipment
Math Club
Tuition
TOTAL
235,015
1,500
37,045
3,381
338
18,158
195
2,560
941
2,351
2,200
450
1,500
0
3,000
0
300
12,000
320,934
236,015
0
36,045
3,280
671
17,247
133
1,614
948
2,280
1,621
204
1,387
355
2,996
0
260
0
305,056
242,065
1,500
36,420
3,446
420
18,518
201
2,900
980
2,421
2,500
300
2,500
0
3,000
0
300
12,000
329,471
245,737
1,500
37,482
3,535
429
18,987
134
2,900
995
2,457
2,500
300
2,500
0
3,100
500
300
0
323,356
0
0
0
1,500
1,200
1,250
12,000
0
3,200
19,150
0
0
0
827
260
935
16,222
0
6,517
24,761
0
0
0
1,500
1,200
1,250
12,000
0
3,600
19,550
7,500
1,470
112
1,500
1,200
1,250
21,500
6,000
3,600
44,132
7,500
1,470
112
0
0
0
9,500
6,000
0
24,582
0.00%
0.00%
0.00%
0.00%
0.00%
0.00%
79.17%
0.00%
0.00%
125.74%
162,323
158,703
6,750
5,600
137,278
153,701
0
2,560
167,193
167,765
6,750
5,000
166,811
173,827
5,000
5,600
(382)
6,062
(1,750)
600
-0.23%
3.61%
-25.93%
12.00%
K-8 COMPUTERS
Technology Support Integration
Technology Stipend
Technology FICA
Repairs/ Maintenance
Supplies
Software
Equipment & Lease
Hardware / Equipment
On -Line Fees
TOTAL
SPECIAL EDUCATION (K-12)
Teacher Salaries
Paraprofessional Salaries
SE Tutors (School Year)
Summer Programs
1,702
726
74
0
248
0
0
7
(537)
2,000
0
0
0
0
0
0
4,220
1.27%
3.00%
2.95%
0.00%
2.43%
0.00%
0.00%
1.35%
-40.16%
40.00%
0.00%
0.00%
0.00%
0.00%
0.00%
0.00%
2.28%
3,672
1.52%
0
0.00%
1,062
2.92%
89
2.58%
9
2.14%
469
2.53%
(67)
-33.33%
0
0.00%
15
1.53%
36
1.49%
0
0.00%
0
0.00%
0
0.00%
0
0.00%
100
3.33%
500
0.00%
0
0.00%
(12,000) -100.00%
(6,115)
-1.86%
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K-8 COMPUTERS
Technology Support Integration
0
0
0
7,500
7,500
Technology Stipend
0
0
0
1,470
1,470
Technology FICA
0
0
0
112
112
Repairs/ Maintenance
1,500
827
1,500
1,500
0
2009 Putney Town Report
Supplies
1,200
260
1,200
1,200
0
Software
1,250
935
1,250
1,250
0
PUTNEY
SCHOOL
DISTRICT
PROPOSED
Equipment & TOWN
Lease
12,000
16,222 2010-2011
12,000
21,500
9,500
Hardware / Equipment
0
0
0
6,000
6,000
2008-2009
$ DIFF.0
On -Line Fees
3,200 2008-2009
6,517 2009-2010
3,600 2010-2011
3,600
BUDGET
TOTAL
19,150 ACTUAL
24,761 BUDGET
19,550 PROPOSED
44,132
24,582
EARLY ESSENTIAL
ED.(K-12)
SPECIAL
EDUCATION
Early Essential
Teacher
SalariesEducation Program
TOTAL
Paraprofessional
Salaries
50,217
162,323
50,217
158,703
SE Tutors (School Year)
TOTAL Programs
Summer
IDEA Grant Expense
Other
Expense
One
Percent
Fund
Special
Articles
403 B Benefit
TOTAL
Health
Insurance
Dental Insurance
Total Adjusted Operating Budge
FICA
Life Insurance
ASSESSMENT
Worker's
Compensation
W.S.E.S.U.
125
Plan Assessment
TOTALReimbursement
Course
Retirement
Disability Insurance
TOTAL
OT
CS BUDGET
Pt Services CS
Behavior Consult C/S
Psych. Services C/S
Transportation
Tuition
Travel
Field Trips
Supplies
Books & Periodicals
Software
Postage
CPC
Equipment
Class Course Reimbursement
TOTAL
6,750
3,176,808
5,600
0
858
28,500
1,623
28,500
103,649
5,841
3,205,308
25,503
468
1,934
185,451
240
185,451
1,920
6,348
1,348
3,390,759
9,126
2,276
2,000
16,000
28,183
155,143
200
150
1,500
150
3,000
2,000
2,000
1,200
2008-2009
2,500
BUDGET
708,536
EARLY ESSENTIAL ED.
Early Essential Education Program
TOTAL
50,217
50,217
46,167
46,167
50,482
50,482
48,589
48,589
3,176,808
3,252,206
3,195,830
28,500
28,500
28,500
28,500
Total Adjusted Operating Budge 3,205,308
TOTAL
Other Expense
Special Articles
TOTAL
ASSESSMENT
W.S.E.S.U. Assessment
TOTAL
TOTAL BUDGET
46,167
137,278
46,167
153,701
50,482
167,193
50,482
167,765
48,589
166,811
48,589
173,827
(1,750)
10,026
600
0
0
17,000
(3)
17,000
3,721
(1,916)
27,026
503
40
310
11,318
0
11,318
0
(378)
23
38,344
6,356
2,935
0
(3,000)
2,350
43,702
(700)
200
300
250
2,000
1,500
1,500
0
$ DIFF.0
64,223
-3.75%
-0.23%
-3.75%
3.61%
-25.93%
0.31%
12.00%
0.00%
0.00%
0.00%
-0.18%
58.62%
3.38%
-21.76%
0.84%
1.90%
6.77%
17.88%
6.24%
0.00%
6.24%
0.00%
-5.63%
1.69%
1.13%
100.41%
96.83%
0.00%
-17.65%
10.38%
32.04%
-70.00%
0.00%
18.75%
166.67%
0.00%
300.00%
300.00%
0.00%
% 0.00%
DIFF.
9.17%
(1,893)
(1,893)
-3.75%
-3.75%
3,205,856
10,026
0.31%
29,000
29,000
46,000
46,000
17,000
17,000
0.00%
58.62%
3,280,706
3,224,830
3,251,856
27,026
0.84%
185,451
185,451
185,451
185,451
181,395
181,395
192,713
192,713
11,318
11,318
6.24%
6.24%
3,390,759
3,466,157
3,406,225
3,444,569
38,344
1.13%
0
6,750
5,000
3,252,206
3,205,856
2,560 3,195,830
5,000
5,600
45,399
0
0
858
888
888
28,500
29,000
46,000
4,473
1,671
1,668
28,500
29,000
46,000
92,967
110,022
113,743
4,936
8,807
6,891
3,280,706
3,251,856
21,197 3,224,830
26,523
27,026
935
591
631
0
1,734
2,044
185,451
181,395
192,713
73
134
134
185,451
181,395
192,713
1,925
2,175
2,175
1,535
6,711
6,333
1,204
1,357
1,380
3,466,157
3,444,569
8,126 3,406,225
6,330
12,686
2,276
3,031
5,966
0
0
0
6,930
17,000
14,000
27,084
22,650
25,000
188,853
136,378
180,080
158
1,000
300
150
0
200
1,838
1,600
1,900
113
150
400
3,180
0
2,000
300
500
2,000
0
500
2,000
304
1,200
1,200
2008-2009
925 2009-2010
2,500 2010-2011
2,500
ACTUAL
709,278 BUDGET
700,160 PROPOSED
764,383
(1,893)
(382)
(1,893)
6,062
0.00%
0.00%
0.00%
0.00%
0.00%
0.00%
BUDGET
79.17%
0.00%
% 0.00%
DIFF.
125.74%
0
0
123,076
1,231
124,307
Interest Rate (estimated)
1%
4,000
38,000
8,000
38,000
154,307
1,543
155,850
4,000
50,500
31,000
50,500
175,350
1,753
177,103
3,000
53,500
40,000
53,500
190,603
1,906
192,509
2,500
2,000
2,500
11,000
18,000
3,000
1,500
1,000
1,000
8,000
3,000
52,000
40,000
52,000
204,509
2,045
206,554
2,500
2,000
2,000
8,000
2,500
11,000
1,500
1,000
1,000
15,000
2,500
2013-2014
3,000
32,000
13,500
32,000
225,054
2,251
227,305
2,000
2,000
11,000
3,000
1,500
1,000
1,000
5,000
2,500
2014-2015
March 2010
** Authorization to expend not to exceed $8,000 from the Capital Fund for the replacement of
the walk-in refrigeration unit.
73,156
10
10
KITCHEN
Refrigerator (walk-in)
Oven
Other
Audit
Additional Capital Costs
Estimated Yearly Spending
Taxes Raised
Estimated Cash-on-hand
Est. Int. Earnings @ 1%
Estimated Balance Forward
1,500
2,000
12
GROUNDS
Paving-Parking
Soccer Field
4,000
11,000
3,000
1,500
5,000
15,000
1,000
7,000
1,000
5,000
2011-2012
10,000
20
7
7
0
1,500
1,000
5,000
1,000
5,000
2010-2011
SYSTEMS
Boilers
Phone System
Library Automation
Computers
15
20
15
20
10
15
20
LIFE SPAN
(IN YEARS)
BUILDING INTERIOR
Doors and closers
Windows/ window shades
Gym Floor
Gym Wall Padding
Painting
BUILDING EXTERIOR
Doors
Roof
Exterior Painting
ITEM
2012-2013
TOWN SCHOOL DISTRICT CAPITAL PLAN FY 2010-2011
PUTNEY TOWN SCHOOL DISTRICT CAPITAL PLAN FY11 (2010-2011)
3,000
30,500
0
30,500
257,805
2,578
260,383
2,000
5,000
11,000
1,000
1,000
5,000
2,500
3,000
30,000
0
30,000
290,383
2,904
293,287
2,000
11,000
3,000
1,500
1,000
1,000
5,000
2,500
2015-2016 2016-2017
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ActAct
Act
Act
6868
Three
68
68Three
Three
Three
Year
Year
Year
Year
Comparison
Comparison
Comparison
Comparison
Putney
Putney
Putney
Putney
Town
Town
Town
Town
School
School
School
School
District
District
District
District
Act Rate
68Rate
Three
FY2011
FY2011
FY2011
FY2011
Projected
Projected
Projected
Projected
Education
Education
Education
Education
Residential
Residential
Residential
Residential
Rate
Rate
$0.882
$0.882
$0.882
$0.882
Year Comparison
Putney Town School District
FY2011 Projected Education Residential Rate $0.882
Expenditures
Expenditures
Expenditures
Expenditures
FY2008
FY2008
FY2008
FY2008
FY2009
FY2009
FY2009
FY2009
Budget
Budget
Budget
Budget
(approved)
(approved)
(approved)
(approved)
3,419,847
3,419,847
3,419,847
3,419,847 3,390,759
3,390,759
3,390,759
3,390,759
State
State
State
State
Vocational
Vocational
Vocational
Vocational
Block
Block
Block
Block
Grant
Grant
Grant
Grant
(87%
(87%
(87%
(87%
FY06)
FY06)
FY06)
FY06)
108,325
108,325
108,325
108,325
0 000
Supervisory
Supervisory
Supervisory
Supervisory
Union
Union
Union
Union
Assessment
Assessment
Assessment
Assessment
179,651
179,651
179,651
179,651
185,451
185,451
185,451
185,451
Block
Block
Block
Block
Grant
Grant
Grant
Grant
State
State
State
State
Voc.
Voc.
Voc.
Voc.
Ed.Prior
Ed.Prior
Ed.Prior
Ed.Prior
Yrs.
Yrs.
Yrs.
Yrs.
Separately
Separately
Separately
Separately
Warned
Warned
Warned
Warned
Article
Article
Article
Article
-approved
-approved
-approved
-approved
28,500
28,500
28,500
28,500
28,500
28,500
28,500
28,500
Separately
Separately
Separately
Separately
Warned
Warned
Warned
Warned
Article
Article
Article
Article
-approved
-approved
-approved
-approved
Separately
Separately
Separately
Separately
Warned
Warned
Warned
Warned
Article
Article
Article
Article
-approved
-approved
-approved
-approved
ActAct
Act
Act
144144
144
144
Expenditures
Expenditures
Expenditures
Expenditures
ActAct
Act
Act
6868
68
Local
68Local
Local
Local
Adopted
Adopted
Adopted
Adopted
Budget
Budget
Budget
Budget 3,419,847
3,419,847
3,419,847
3,419,847 3,390,759
3,390,759
3,390,759
3,390,759
Union
Union
Union
Union
school
school
school
school
assessment
assessment
assessment
assessment
1,632,448
1,632,448
1,632,448
1,632,448
NANA
NA
NA
Deficit
Deficit
Deficit
Deficit
if not
ifififnot
not
not
included
included
included
included
in in
the
in
inthe
the
budget
thebudget
budget
budget
or or
revenue
or
orrevenue
revenue
revenue
Special
Special
Special
Special
Programs
Programs
Programs
Programs
(not
(not
(not
(not
included
included
included
included
in in
local
in
inlocal
local
local
budget)
budget)
budget)
budget)
Gross
Gross
Gross
Gross
ActAct
Act
Act
6868
68
Budget
68Budget
Budget
Budget 5,052,295
5,052,295
5,052,295
5,052,295 3,390,759
3,390,759
3,390,759
3,390,759
Revenues
Revenues
Revenues
Revenues
Local
Local
Local
Local
Revenues
Revenues
Revenues
Revenues
Capital
Capital
Capital
Capital
Debt
Debt
Debt
Debt
AidAid
Aid
Aid
Special
Special
Special
Special
EdEd
Ed
Aid
EdAid
Aid
Aid
Adjustment
Adjustment
Adjustment
Adjustment
June
June
June
June
2005
2005
2005
2005
legislative
legislative
legislative
legislative
action
action
action
action
Special
Special
Special
Special
Programs
Programs
Programs
Programs
(not
(not
(not
(not
included
included
included
included
in in
local
in
inlocal
local
local
budget)
budget)
budget)
budget)
Deficit
Deficit
Deficit
Deficit
if not
ifififnot
not
not
included
included
included
included
in in
local
in
inlocal
local
local
budget
budget
budget
budget
ActAct
Act
Act
144144
144
144
Revenues
Revenues
Revenues
Revenues
TOTAL
TOTAL
TOTAL
TOTAL
REVENUE
REVENUE
REVENUE
REVENUE
FY2010
FY2010
FY2010
FY2010
FY2011
FY2011
FY2011
FY2011
3,406,225
3,406,225
3,406,225
3,406,225 3,444,569
3,444,569
3,444,569
3,444,569
181,395
181,395
181,395
181,395
29,000
29,000
29,000
29,000
3,406,225
3,406,225
3,406,225
3,406,225
NANA
NA
NA
3,444,569
3,444,569
3,444,569
3,444,569
NANA
NA
NA
3,406,225
3,406,225
3,406,225
3,406,225
3,444,569
3,444,569
3,444,569
3,444,569
828,627
828,627
828,627
828,627
0 000
0 000
0 000
0 000
0 000
828,627
828,627
828,627
828,627
895,273
895,273
895,273
895,273
0 000
0 000
0 000
0 000
0 000
895,273
895,273
895,273
895,273
912,335
912,335
912,335
912,335
0 000
0 000
0 000
0 000
0 000
912,335
912,335
912,335
912,335
947,204
947,204
947,204
947,204
0 000
0 000
0 000
0 000
0 000
947,204
947,204
947,204
947,204
828,627
828,627
828,627
828,627
895,273
895,273
895,273
895,273
912,335
912,335
912,335
912,335
947,204
947,204
947,204
947,204
Fund
Fund
Fund
Fund
raising
raising
raising
raising
(if (if
any)
(if
(ifany)
any)
any)
Adjusted
Adjusted
Adjusted
Adjusted
Local
Local
Local
Local
Revenues
Revenues
Revenues
Revenues
Education
Education
Education
Education
Spending
Spending
Spending
Spending
(Act
(Act
(Act
(Act
68)68)
68)
68) 4,223,668
4,223,668
4,223,668
4,223,668 2,495,486
2,495,486
2,495,486
2,495,486
330.05
330.05
330.05
330.05
200.75
200.75
200.75
200.75
Education
Education
Education
Education
Spending
Spending
Spending
Spending
perper
per
per
Equalized
Equalized
Equalized
Equalized
Pupil
Pupil
Pupil
Pupil
12,797
12,797
12,797
12,797
12,431
12,431
12,431
12,431
Excess
Excess
Excess
Excess
Spending
Spending
Spending
Spending
perper
per
per
Equalized
Equalized
Equalized
Equalized
Pupil
Pupil
Pupil
Pupil
(if (if
any)
(if
(ifany)
any)
any)
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
PerPer
Per
Per
Pupil
Pupil
Pupil
Pupil
figure
figure
figure
figure
used
used
used
used
forfor
for
for
calculating
calculating
calculating
calculating
District
District
District
District
Adjustment
Adjustment
Adjustment
Adjustment
12,797
12,797
12,797
12,797
12,431
12,431
12,431
12,431
Equalized
Equalized
Equalized
Equalized
Pupils
Pupils
Pupils
Pupils
District
District
District
District
Spending
Spending
Spending
Spending
Adjustment
Adjustment
Adjustment
Adjustment 165.422%
165.422%
165.422%
165.422% 151.411%
151.411%
151.411%
151.411%
Estimated
Estimated
Estimated
Estimated
Homestead
Homestead
Homestead
Homestead
taxtax
tax
tax
rate
rate
rate
rate
(equalized)
(equalized)
(equalized)
(equalized) $1.4392
$1.4392
$1.4392
$1.4392
$1.3173
$1.3173
$1.3173
$1.3173
Estimated
Estimated
Estimated
Estimated
Homestead
Homestead
Homestead
Homestead
taxtax
tax
tax
rate
rate
rate
rate
(actual)
(actual)
(actual)
(actual) $1.391
$1.391
$1.391
$1.391
$1.408
$1.408
$1.408
$1.408
Common
Common
Common
Common
Level
Level
Level
Level
of of
Appraisal
of
ofAppraisal
Appraisal
Appraisal
Information
Information
Information
Information
Only
Only
Only
Only
Cap
Cap
Cap
Cap
forfor
for
for
Spending
Spending
Spending
Spending
Penalty
Penalty
Penalty
Penalty
Adjustment
Adjustment
Adjustment
Adjustment
Residential
Residential
Residential
Residential
Education
Education
Education
Education
TaxTax
Tax
Tax
Allocations
Allocations
Allocations
Allocations
Brattleboro
Brattleboro
Brattleboro
Brattleboro
Union
Union
Union
Union
High
High
High
High
School
School
School
School
District
District
District
District
#6#6
#6
#6
Putney
Putney
Putney
Putney
Town
Town
Town
Town
School
School
School
School
District
District
District
District
(Grades
(Grades
(Grades
(Grades
PrePrePrePreK -K
KK
8)---8)
8)
8)
Total
Total
Total
Total
Estimated
Estimated
Estimated
Estimated
Residential
Residential
Residential
Residential
Education
Education
Education
Education
TaxTax
Tax
Tax
Putney
Putney
Putney
Putney
Education
Education
Education
Education
Residential
Residential
Residential
Residential
TaxTax
Tax
Tax
Brattleboro
Brattleboro
Brattleboro
Brattleboro
Union
Union
Union
Union
High
High
High
High
School
School
School
School
District
District
District
District
#6#6
#6
Education
#6Education
Education
Education
TaxTax
Tax
Tax
Total
Total
Total
Total
Estimated
Estimated
Estimated
Estimated
Income
Income
Income
Income
Sensitivty
Sensitivty
Sensitivty
Sensitivty
2,493,890
2,493,890
2,493,890
2,493,890 2,497,365
2,497,365
2,497,365
2,497,365
191.05
191.05
191.05
191.05
187.35
187.35
187.35
187.35
13,054
13,054
13,054
13,054
13,330
13,330
13,330
13,330
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
13,054
13,054
13,054
13,054
13,330
13,330
13,330
13,330
152.781%
152.781%
152.781%
152.781%
$1.3139
$1.3139
$1.3139
$1.3139
$1.438
$1.438
$1.438
$1.438
156.02%
156.02%
156.02%
156.02%
$1.3761
$1.3761
$1.3761
$1.3761
$1.5802
$1.5802
$1.5802
$1.5802
103.45%
103.45%
103.45%
103.45%
93.54%
93.54%
93.54%
93.54%
91.36%
91.36%
91.36%
91.36%
87.08%
87.08%
87.08%
87.08%
12,594
12,594
12,594
12,594
13,287
13,287
13,287
13,287
13,984
13,984
13,984
13,984
14,549
14,549
14,549
14,549
EstEst
Est
Est
FY2010
FY2010
FY2010
FY2010
38.94%
38.94%
38.94%
38.94%
61.06%
61.06%
61.06%
61.06%
100.00%
100.00%
100.00%
100.00%
Est.
Est.
Est.
Est.
FY2011
FY2011
FY2011
FY2011
39.12%
39.12%
39.12%
39.12%
60.88%
60.88%
60.88%
60.88%
100.00%
100.00%
100.00%
100.00%
$0.8781
$0.8781
$0.8781
$0.8781
$0.6292
$0.6292
$0.6292
$0.6292
$1.5073
$1.5073
$1.5073
$1.5073
$0.9620
$0.9620
$0.9620
$0.9620
$0.6689
$0.6689
$0.6689
$0.6689
$1.6309
$1.6309
$1.6309
$1.6309
2.88%
2.88%
2.88%
2.88%
2.90%
2.90%
2.90%
2.90%
Page 51
2009 Putney Town Report
Putney Town School District Debt Retirement Schedule #2
Vermont Municipal Bond Bank
1993/4
1994/5
1995/6
1996/7
1997/8
1998/9
1999/0
2000/1
2001/2
2002/3
2003/4
2004/5
2005/6
2006/7
2007/8
2008/9
2009/10
2010/11
2011/12
2012/13
2013/14
total
Principal
Due
December 1
35,000 (pd)
35,000 (pd)
35,000 (pd)
35,000 (pd)
35,000 (pd) 35,000 (pd)
35,000 (pd)
35,000 (pd)
35,000 (pd)
35,000 (pd)
35,000 (pd)
35,000 (pd)
35,000 (pd)
35,000 (pd)
35,000 (pd)
35,000
35,000
35,000
35,000
30,000
$ 695,000
Interest
December 1
12,879.84 (pd)
17,046.85 (pd)
16,523.43 (pd)
15,886.25 (pd)
15,187.83 (pd)
14,445.65 (pd)
13,668.48 (pd)
12,865.05 (pd)
12,044.13 (pd)
11,205.70 (pd)
10,349.78 (pd)
9,476.35 (pd)
8,585.43 (pd)
7,677.00 (pd)
6,751.08 (pd)
5,807.65 (pd)
4,816.10
3,824.55
2,833.00
1,841.45
849.90
$ 204,565.50
Cummings Store c. 1945
Interest
Total
due Due
June 1payment
17,046.85 (pd)
16,523.43 (pd)
15,886.25 (pd)
15,187.83 (pd)
14,445.65 (pd)
13,668.48 (pd)
12,865.05 (pd)
12,044.13 (pd)
11,205.70 (pd)
10,349.78 (pd)
9,476.35 (pd)
8,585.43 (pd)
7,677.00 (pd)
6,751.08 (pd)
5,807.65 (pd)
4,816.10 (pd)
3,824.55
2,833.00
1,841.45
849.90
0.00
$ 191,685.66
29,926.69
68,570.28
67,409.68
66,074.08
64,633.48
63,114.13
61,533.53
59,909.18
58,249.83
56,555.48
54,826.13
53,061.78
51,262.43
49,428.08
47,558.73
45,623.75
43,640.65
41,657.55
39,674.45
37,691.35
30,849.90
$1,091,251.16
(pd)
(pd)
(pd)
(pd)
(pd)
(pd)
(pd)
(pd)
(pd)
(pd)
(pd)
(pd)
(pd)
(pd)
(pd)
(pd)
Page 52
2009 Putney Town Report
Windham Southeast Supervisory Union
Windham
Southeast
Supervisory
Union Report -Financial Summary
Member
District
Annual
Member
District
Annual
Report
-Financial
Summary Programs and Grants
Operating Budget, Collaborative
Operating Budget, Collaborative Programs and Grants
Revenue Assessments
Brattleboro
B.U.H.S. #6
Dummerston
Guilford
Putney
Vernon
Tuition
Early Essential Education Program
Intergovernmental
Other Services - Contracted
Interest
Indirect Costs
Sather Fund
Other Sources
On-Behalf of Revenue (a)
Asian Studies
Total Revenue
2008-2009
ACTUAL
682,625
920,732
144,060
117,164
185,451
165,584
2,836,661
425,889
3,332,639
93,524
3,518
0
3,518
288,697
152,031
270,737
9,622,830
2009-2010
BUDGET
762,157
932,483
147,513
125,307
181,395
153,366
3,151,086
569,936
2,862,200
101,682
15,000
35,020
0
0
0
200,000
9,237,145
2010-2011
BUDGET
731,492
924,514
141,738
130,029
192,713
153,887
3,033,584
559,140
3,694,000
102,579
7,500
45,000
0
0
0
200,000
9,916,176
Expenditures
Special Education
Title I/ Special Services
Psychologist
Speech
Administrative Support
Superintendent
School Improvement
Admin. Secretary/ Personnel
Business Administrator
Other Fiscal Services
District Wide
Technology Coordinator
Operations & Maintenance
English as a Second Language
Special Projects (Grants)
Special Class Programs
Early Essential Education Program
Sather Fund
On-Behalf of Expense (a)
Asian Studies
Total Expenditures
291,419
0
93,524
195,537
263,640
136,084
133,913
196,295
242,285
471,447
100
108,281
34,219
288,888
3,440,942
2,829,309
427,230
6,475
152,031
270,737
9,582,356
300,058
0
101,682
195,790
213,146
138,658
227,275
202,437
143,365
495,877
300
117,636
92,260
334,439
2,753,200
3,151,086
569,936
0
0
200,000
9,237,145
283,352
0
102,579
192,007
285,764
133,423
225,155
205,690
131,761
486,363
300
117,346
32,450
336,120
3,591,142
3,033,584
559,140
0
0
200,000
9,916,176
(a) Teacher's retirement paid by the State of Vermont
Page 53
2009 Putney Town Report
Special Education Aid
Distribution FY 2009
Special Education Aid
Distribution FY2009
District
Brattleboro
Dummerston
Guilford
Putney
Vernon
B.U.H.S. #6
Total
Block Grant
246,677
51,962
53,941
65,128
84,861
410,477
913,046
Intensive Aid Extraordinary Aid
1,359,597
220,954
226,423
318,562
124,132
2,150,354
4,400,022
Brattleboro
BUHS#6
Dummerston
Guilford
Putney
Vernon
Total
FEDERAL
IDEA SPEC ED
240,566
184,363
25,751
32,595
45,399
36,489
565,163
E.E.E. State
IDEA Federal
Total Aid
47,047
0
6,062
50,290
0
201,851
305,250
99,099
12,933
15,257
17,006
19,493
0
163,788
240,566
25,751
32,595
45,399
36,489
184,363
565,163
2,152,771
311,600
334,278
496,385
264,975
3,063,627
6,623,636
159,785
0
0
0
0
116,582
276,367
WSESU SUB GRANTS FY 2009
WSESU SUB GRANTS FY2009
DISTRICT
State Placed
FEDERAL
TITLE I
COMP. ED.
631,453
230,869
27
54
138,580
54
1,001,037
FEDERAL
TITLE I
SCHOOL IMP.
24,014
13,380
0
0
0
0
37,394
EPSDT
MEDICAID
TITLE II A
3,900
0
38,000
27,000
26,000
30,000
124,900
Awaiting Reconstruction
62,613
88,813
33,989
69,690
851
223
256,179
OTHER
SUB-GRANTS
1,615
96,033
1,641
538
1,077
538
101,442
MEDICAID
REINVEST IEP
140,751
25,000
28,900
10,000
15,000
10,000
229,651
TOTAL
1,104,912
638,458
128,308
139,877
226,907
77,304
2,315,766
Page 54
2009 Putney Town Report
Vital Statistics
2009 Marriages
Groom
Residence
Bride
Residence
John Fleming Tent
Douglas Paul Darif
Steven Michael Stanley
Timothy McMillan Norris
Paul Raymond Levasseur
John Alan Pilkington
Joshua Michael Emond
Stephen Konrad Medved
Kirk Anthony Campbell
Jason Peter Forest
Peter Antonin Vancura
John David Petty
Washington, DC
Leverett, MA
Putney, VT
Montclair, NJ
Putney, VT
E. Longmeadow, MA
Putney, VT
Putney, VT
Jamaica, NY
Rutherford, NJ
Brooklyn, NY
Putney, VT
Anne Mackenzie Gray
Patricia Jane Gorman
Patricia Jane Griffin
Mary Jane Fine
Bonnie Lynn Mennell
Mary Ellen Banning
Katheryne Rose Kauffman
Laurie Elizabeth Rizzo
Najwah Shirani Simpson
Erica Julie Bergman
Brinda Adhikari
Ellen Jane Proshansky
Washington, DC
Leverett, MA
Putney, VT
Montclair, NJ
Putney, VT
E. Longmeadow, MA
Putney, VT
Putney, VT
Jamaica, NY
Rutherford, NJ
Brooklyn, NY
Putney, VT
Date
02/12/09
03/28/09
05/30/09
06/06/09
06/07/09
06/13/09
07/18/09
08/01/09
08/12/09
08/15/09
08/15/09
08/29/09
Place
Putney
Putney
Ludlow
Putney
Putney
Stowe
Putney
Putney
Putney
Putney
Westminster
Saxton’s River
2009 civil Marriages
Party A
Residence
John Calvi
Putney
Ann Marie Coakley
Putney
David Ernest Parent
Putney
Jill Lorraine Tuttle
Putney
Anne Christine Majewski Meriden, CT
Amy Marie Stutz
Webster, NY
Ann Elizabeth Kelly
Sayville, NY
Rebecca Jean Hinze-Pifer Washington, DC
Elizabeth Jane Stromberg Putney
Party B
Residence
Marshall Leslie Brewer
Putney
Sadelle Anne Wiltshire
Putney
Sherry Lynn Shepard
Putney
Judith Marie Wheeler
Putney
Michael James Musashi Jenkins Meriden, CT
Jonelle Joy Lang
Webster, NY
Carole Eleanor Young
Sayville, NY
Amy Elizabeth Hinze-Pifer Washington, DC
Daniel Paul Saccoccio
Putney
The historic general store shell lays exposed to the elements –
Winter 2008-09
Date
09/04/09
09/05/09
09/05/09
09/07/09
09/12/09
09/19/09
09/21/09
10/02/09
10/03/09
New trusses all in place
Place
Putney
Westminster
Brattleboro
Putney
Putney
Putney
Putney
Putney
Brattleboro
Page 55
2009 Putney Town Report
2009 Births
Child’s Name Date of Sex
Birth
Place of
Birth
Parent/ Mother
(Maiden Name)
Parent/ Father
Name
Levi Edward Healey
Richard Allen Berkfield IV
Dalton Nicholas Vaine
Kaylee Lynn Kelley
Malo Leslie Renault
Gwendolyn Poe Barwick
McKenzie Marie Grover
Asa Forrest Golden
Juliette Pals
Lily Grace Tine
Sadie Rowena Pietruszka-Boulter
Miles Camden Rae
Oceana Sykes Lucia Solstice Coursen
Micah Taylor Freeman
Baily Jazmyn Royston
Adrienne Elizabeth Fawcett
Jaya Esme Lalanne
Alyssia Megan Amezcua-Dean
Lilia Maxine Sardinas
Ryan Jacob Vose
Esteban Duarte Cisneros
Kole Winston Wagenbach
Avery Tate Jagoda
01/16/09
02/08/09
02/23/09 03/11/09 03/22/09 04/09/09 04/17/09 04/21/09 04/29/09
05/24/09 05/25/09 06/10/09 06/21/09
06/28/09 07/09/09
08/05/09
08/12/09
08/18/09
08/31/09
09/02/09
10/09/09
10/13/09
12/06/09
Putney
Putney
Brattleboro
Brattleboro
Putney
Brattleboro
Brattleboro
Brattleboro
Brattleboro
Brattleboro
Putney
Springfield
Putney
Brattleboro
Brattleboro
Brattleboro
Brattleboro
Brattleboro
Brattleboro
Brattleboro
Putney
Brattleboro
Putney
Abigal Marie Healey (Miller)
Angela Susanne Berkfield (Nelson)
Danielle Nicole McKeown (McKeown)
Kristi Lynn Pierce (Pierce)
Dana Renault (Boyd)
Vanessa Elizabeth Barwick (Phillips)
Michele Lee Stetson (Nelson)
Alyssa Diane Golden (Golden)
Emily Pals (Felsted)
Michele Tine (Tully)
Holly Mae Pietruszka (Peters)
Jenna Rae (Ansell)
Aleta Kai Coursen (Alcorn)
Jennifer Rushforth Freeman (Anderson)
Brandi Nichole Hier (Hier)
Tabitha Beth Chamberlin (Chamberlin)
Rebecca Ellis Lalanne (Ellis)
Melisa C.Amezcua (Amezcua)
Jessica Ann Sardinas (Merrill)
Amber Dawn Smart (Smart)
Nancy Cisneros Correa (Correa)
Katherine Anne Wagenbach (Scrivner)
Moriah Brooks Tirrell (Tirrell)
Danny Healy
Richard Allen Berkfield
Daniel Noel Vaine, Sr.
Adam John Kelley
Simon Theophane Renault
Joshua David Barwick
Dana Mathew Grover
Eli Forrest Berkowitz
Eric Michael Pals
William Daniel Tine
Crispin Freeman Boulter
Lisa Rae
Joshua Priest Coursen
Benjamin Thacher Freeman
Mark David Royston
M
M
M
F
M
F
F
M
F
F
F
M
F
M
F
F
F
F
F
M
M
M
M
Nicholas Durinston Lalanne
Ryan T.Dean
Michael Booxbaum Sardinas
Reuben Louis Vose
Francisco Duarte Figueroa
Kurt Wayne Wagenbach
David Marek Jagoda
2009 Deaths
Name
Patrick James Donagher
Lauren J Falardeau
John Luther Houghton
Toshiko Tsurumi Phipps
William Samuel Caldwell
William Hinds Darrow, Jr.
George Henry Bissell
Maurice Alden Sabin Sr.
John Allan Ryan
Frank Gordon Wilson
George Liberty Mortimer
Deborah Ruth Smith
William Francis Aloisi
Genevieve Austin Clark
Date
Sex
Age
12/20/08
01/04/09
01/31/09
04/12/09
05/00/09
06/10/09
06/18/09
07/19/09
07/24/09
07/25/09
10/05/09
10/09/09
10/27/09
12/01/09
M
F
M
F
M
M
M
M
M
M
M
F
M
F
58
53
90
89
67
89
87
72
56
89
84
48
79
89
Place of Death
Residence
Putney
Brattleboro
Townshend
Springfield
Putney
Brattleboro
Putney
Brattleboro
Putney
Putney
Brattleboro
Brattleboro
Putney
Bennington
Putney
Putney
Dummerston
Putney
Putney
Putney
Putney
Putney
Putney
Putney
Putney
Putney
Putney
Putney
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2009 Putney Town Report
MINUTES & WARNINGS FOR 2009
PUTNEY TOWN AND PUTNEY SCHOOL DISTRICT MEETING
The legal voters of the Town of Putney and the Town of Putney School
District are hereby notified and warned to meet at the Putney Central
School in Putney at 10:00 AM on Tuesday, March 3, 2009, to act upon the
following Articles. Polls will be open from 10:00 AM to 7:00 PM at the
Putney Central School.
Article 1: To choose all Town Officers required by law to be elected at the
Annual Town Meeting. (voting by Australian ballot)
Town Officers Elected:
Moderator
Peter F. May
Selectperson for 3 years
R. Scott Henry
Collector of Delinquent Taxes
Jill Garland
Town Agent
William Graham
Grand Juror
William Graham
Grand Juror
Judy I. Hannum
Article 2: To choose all Town School District Officers required by law to
be elected at the Annual School District Meeting. (voting by Australian
ballot)
Town School District Officers Elected:
Union School Director for 3 years
R. Scott Henry
School Director for 3 years
Anne Fines
School Director for 1 year
Virginia Scholl
The Moderator introduced Representatives David Deen, Mike Mrowicki
and State Senator Jeanette White. David Deen spoke about budget
problems and needing to protect the seniors & children. The Fish,
Wildlife and Water Resource Committee is working on the regulation of
composting. Mike Mrowicki spoke about balancing the budget in a fair
way and the decommissioning of Vermont Yankee. Jeanette White spoke
of government agency cuts. She presented the moderator John Caldwell
with a certificate for his many years of service. Peter Shumlin arrived and
thanked John as well. Peter spoke of balancing the budget, finding ways to
do more with less, and ways to generate revenue.
Article 3: To see if the Town will accept the report of the last Town
Meeting. Arthur Westing moved to accept and Eva Mondon seconded.
ACCEPTED
Article 4: To determine what salaries the Town School District will pay
its officers and directors. Virginia Scholl moved that the pay should be
$700.00 and it was seconded by Eva Mondon. APPROVED
Article 5: To see if the Town School District will authorize its School
Board to accept and expend categorical grants and aid received from the
State of Vermont, and the United States Government, and private sources.
Ellen Pratt moved and Elizabeth Christie seconded. PASSED
Article 6: To see if the Putney Town School District will raise and
appropriate the sum of $29,000, and to deposit such sum into the “Putney
Town School District Capital Improvement Fund.” Ben Cragin moved and
it was seconded by Mary Herbert. Stuart Strothman asked about security
in the school. Ron Staley said at this point a common sense approach to
security seems to be working well. APPROVED
Article 7: To see if the Town School District will vote to raise and
appropriate an amount of money necessary to defray its expenses and
liabilities for the ensuing fiscal year (July 1, 2009 – June 30, 2010) and
if so, in what amount. Ben Cragin moved that the Town of Putney School
District be authorized to raise and appropriate the sum of $3,377,225.00.
Alan Blood seconded. Rebecca Coffey asked about cuts. It was explained
that there was a teacher retiring and that the cost to replace that teacher
would be less. Josh Laughlin said they also looked at First Student and
the cost associated with transportation. Geoffrey Gaddis requested that a
balance sheet be included in the town report to outline where the money
came from. Ben Cragin and Jim Kane said they could look into that.
APPROVED
Article 8: To see if the Town School District will authorize the School
Board to borrow money in anticipation of taxes to pay current expenses.
Anne Fines moved and Alan Blood seconded. PASSED
Article 9: To transact any other school business that may legally come
before the Annual School District Meeting. Geoffrey Gaddis asked that the
numbers be corrected in the town report for town meeting. Jim Kane said
if you look on page 41 of your town report the figures for the school are
there. Anne Fines on behalf of the school board and Ron Staley thanked
Ellen Pratt for her 5 years of service.
Article 10: To see if the Town will accept the Auditors’ report. R. Scott
Henry moved and was seconded by Lyssa Papazian. (It was noted by
voters that the report was missing from the town report.) APPROVED
Article 11: To elect Trustees to the Putney Public Library. ELECTED
Putney Public Library Trustees:
Marylou Treat
Paul Levasseur
Randy Smith
There were also nominations of more board members to the library. There
can be up to five, the nominations included Mary Herbert, Louise Papowitz,
Gay Foster and Chris Osgood. Elizabeth Stead called the nominations to
be closed and Eva Mondon seconded.
R. Scott Henry took a moment to present a gift to John Caldwell. He gave
him a copy of the picture on the front of the town report and thanked him
for his years of service as moderator.
Article 12: To see if the town will vote to authorize a grace period
following the final due date of property taxes, extending to the first of the
following month, during which time no penalty will be charged to any
account. (This applies to the 8% penalty only: interest will still be charged
at the statutory rate of 1 %.) R. Scott Henry moved the article and Jackie
Brook seconded. Alan Blood suggested that the Article be amended to read
1 % per month and R. Scott Henry moved the motion. Lyssa Papazian,
Bill Aiken, Faith Martin and Craig Stead were saying to leave the grace
period the way it is. Arthur Westing suggested you postdate your check.
Jim Howard wanted a flat fee penalty to be collected by the town clerk.
Eva Mondon, Rebecca Coffey, Jim Oliver and several other people wanted
to go with what the committee had suggested. River Mryddin wants to
reduce the penalty. DEFEATED
Because Articles 12 through 15 were all connected it was suggested and it
was agreed upon that the Articles be tabled until they were all discussed.
Article 13: To see if the Town will vote to reduce the penalty rate on
delinquent taxes from 8% to any other rate. Alan Blood wanted the Article
to be changed to read from 8% to 5%. It was seconded by Jonathan Wright.
The voters continued to discuss the pros and cons to the 8 % penalty. A few
people said they had been late to pay and would not be late again. Some
who were charged the penalty felt it was too high. Flat fee, no fee and
keep the fee were all heard. The question was called by Steve Anderson
and Peter May seconded and then it was tabled by Josh Laughlin and Peter
May seconded. After Article 15 then Article 13 was motioned off the table
by Eva Mondon and seconded by Craig Stead. DEFEATED
Article 14: To see if the town will vote to pay the Collector of Delinquent
Taxes an annual salary, in the amount of $10,000, in lieu of fees and
commissions, beginning July 1, 2009, in accordance with 24 VSA 1530. R.
Scott Henry moved. Eva Mondon seconded. Questions were asked about
the salary the current collector was making, how it would change and if
she could explain how it currently works. Jill Garland gave information
on her salary for the past several years. She would be willing to except
the 5 % penalty. The question was called by Jill Garland and Jonathan
Wright seconded then it was tabled by Josh Laughlin and Ben Cragin
seconded. After Article 15 then Article 14 was motioned off the table by
Tom Ehrenberg and seconded by Daniel Hoviss. DEFEATED
2009 Putney Town Report
Article 15: To see if the town will vote to authorize the Town Manager,
or his designees, to collect all delinquent taxes due the town, as authorized
by 24 VSA 1236 (10), to commence upon the expiration of the term of the
current Collector of Delinquent taxes, or at such time as the office may
become vacant. Peter May said to go with what the committee suggested.
Alan Blood and Jeanette White felt this article should be added in a later
year because we are voting for this position to be filled on this ballot. John
Babbitt said add the position to the office. Faith Martin said she thinks
things should stay as they are. The question was called by Maggie Cassidy
and seconded by Arthur Westing. Susan Taylor asked for the article to be
tabled and was second by Jonathan Wright. NO. The article PASSED
Article 16: To see if the town will vote to reinstate the business personal
property tax, as authorized by 32 VSA, Section 3849 (a), and that business
personal property shall be appraised at 50% of cost or at net book value,
at the option of the taxpayer, as provided by 32 V.S.A. Section 3618(a.1),
and with an exemption for Inventory as defined in 32 VSA, Section 3848.
Jonathan Wright moved and was seconded by Eva Mondon. Jonathan
explained that they had been looking at ways to generate more revenue.
The town several years ago had personal property taxes for business. There
were several people with a small business that worried about the financial
impact this would have on them. The amendment was made to exempt the
first $5,000.00 for personal property from taxation. DEFEATED
Article 17: To see if the Town will vote to exempt the Putney Gun
Club from municipal and educational taxation, on the improvements and
appurtenances on land off Sand Hill Road, Lot 07-03-39, for a period of
five years, beginning April 1, 2009, as authorized by 32 VSA, Section
3832 (7). R. Scott Henry moved and was seconded by Daniel Hoviss. Eva
Mondon asked if the gun club would get their 501c status and suggested
changing the 5 years to 1 year to give them time to do this, Laura Campbell
seconded. PASSED
Article 18: To see if the Town will vote to exempt the Yellow Barn Music
School from municipal and educational taxation, on the improvements and
appurtenances (music studios) on land owned by the Greenwood School,
Lot 02-02-48, 14 Greenwood Lane, for a period of five years, beginning
April 1, 2009, as authorized by 32 VSA, Section 3832 (7). George Heller
moved and was seconded by Tom Ehrenberg. PASSED
Article 19: To see if the Town will vote to increase the property tax
exemption for qualifying veterans from $10,000 to $40,000, as authorized
by 32 VSA, Section 3802 (11). Anita Coomes moved and Kathleen
Lawrence seconded. PASSED
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Article 25: To see if the voters of the Town of Putney shall call upon
all Putney residents to continue the nation-wide “10% Challenge” by
committing to work on reducing the consumption of energy (electrical,
heating, and transportation fuels) by at least 10% in the next year. Daniel
Hoviss moved and Laura Campbell seconded. PASSED
Article 26: Shall the voters of the Town of Putney request the Vermont
Legislature to:
1.
Recognize that the 2% of our New England region’s power grid
supply that is provided by Vermont Yankee Nuclear Power Plant can be
replaced with a combination of local, renewable electricity and efficiency
measures along with the purchase of hydro-generated electricity, and
excess power already in the New England electricity market;
2.
Given the viable alternatives and the risks posed by the
continued operation, ensure that Vermont Yankee will cease operation in
March, 2012, after having completed its 40 year design life by not granting
approval for operation of the plant after that date, and by not determining
that further operation will promote the general welfare;
3.
Hold the Entergy Corporation, which purchased Vermont
Yankee in 2002, responsible to fully fund the plant’s cleanup and
decommissioning when the reactor closes, as the corporation pledged
to do when it purchased Vermont Yankee. Nancy Braus moved and was
seconded by Laura Campbell. Yes 67 – No 3
Article 27: To transact any other town business that may legally come
before the Annual Town Meeting. Eva Mondon said thanks to Jill Noss for
the pictures and asked that people help by cleaning up their mess. There
were special thanks to Tony Coven and Steve Voorhees for all of their help
with the meeting. William Aiken wanted to know what happened to the
Dodge Power Wagon that the fire department had replaced. They told him
it was still at the firehouse.
March 2009, at Putney, Windham County, Vermont
PUTNEY SCHOOL BOARD DIRECTORS
Benjamin Cragin Chair; Virginia Scholl, Anne Fines, Matthew Dall, Ellen
Pratt
PUTNEY SELECTBOARD
R. Scott Henry Chair; Joshua Laughlin, Bradley King
Article 20: To see if the Town will vote to approve the 2009-2010 Sewer
Fund budget as outlined in the 2008 Town Report. Brad King moved and
was seconded by Elizabeth Christie. PASSED
SPECIAL TOWN
MEETING MINUTES
Article 21: To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum
of $2,500 to the Energy Conservation Initiatives Fund, to fund energy
improvement to town buildings and vehicles, under the supervision of
the Town Manager, as recommended by the Putney Energy Coordinator.
Daniel Hoviss moved and was seconded by Alan Blood. APPROVED
The Special Town Meeting was held at the town hall on July 8, 2009 at
7:00 PM. R. Scott Henry said Peter May is out of town so we need to
nominate a moderator. The nominations were opened for a moderator and
William White nominated Jeanette White it was seconded by R. Scott
Henry. The majority approved to Jeanette White as the moderator.
Article 22: To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate an amount
of money necessary to defray its expenses and liabilities for the ensuing
fiscal year (July 1, 2009 – June 30, 2010), and if so how much. R. Scott
Henry moved that the town vote to raise and appropriate $1,581,731.00
necessary to defray its expenses and liabilities for the ensuing fiscal year.
Barry Stockwell motioned to amend the article to include $1,400.00 for
the Twilight Concerts this summer. Eva Mondon seconded and it was
approved. Abraham Noe-Hays motioned to amend the article to also
included $500.00 for the repair of the roof on Pierce’s Hall. The amendment
was seconded by Eva Mondon and it was also approved. APPROVED
Article 1: To see if the town will vote to amend the amount appropriated
to the Windham Solid Waste District assessment in the 2009 General Fund
budget, from $14,132 to $32,267. Pamela Cubbage moved and Margaret
Cassidy seconded. Margaret asked that someone explain the Article. Chris
Ryan said that the assessment was imposed after the regular town meeting
and that it was necessary to vote on the changes made from the original
amount. The Putney representative for the Solid Waste District, Daniel
Toomey, said there are three primary sources of revenue town assessments,
transfer station fees and the sale of recyclables. R. Scott Henry requested
that it be noted that the change was $18,135 added to the previous amount
of $14,132 making the total $32,267. PASSED
Article 23: To see if the Town will authorize the Putney Selectboard to
borrow money in anticipation of revenues (taxes and grants) to pay current
expenses. Josh Laughlin moved and Jacquelyn Walker seconded. PASSED
Article 24: To see if the town will vote to amend the amount appropriated
to the Capital Reserve Fund in the 2008 General Fund budget, from $50,000
to $25,000. Brad King moved and Mary Herbert seconded. PASSED
July 8, 2009, at Putney, Windham County, Vermont
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2009 Putney Town Report
October 4, 2009- With the new roof in place- Almost there!
December 2009, A hole in the center of Town - We miss the General Store.
2009 Putney Town Report
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WARNINGS FOR 2010 PUTNEY TOWN AND
PUTNEY SCHOOL DISTRICT MEETING
The legal voters of the Town of Putney and the Town of Putney
School District are hereby notified and warned to meet at the
Putney Central School in Putney at 10:00 AM on Tuesday, March
2, 2010, to act upon the following Articles. Polls will be open
from 10:00 AM to 7:00 PM at the Putney Central School.
Article 1: To choose all Town Officers required by law to be
elected at the Annual Town Meeting. (voting by Australian ballot)
Article 2: To choose all Town School District Officers required by
law to be elected at the Annual School District Meeting. (voting
by Australian ballot)
Article 3: To see if the Town will accept the report of the last
Town Meeting.
Article 4: To see if the Town will accept the Auditors’ report.
Article 5: To elect Trustees of the Putney Public Library.
Article 6: To see if the town will vote to designate the Town
of Putney as a Clean Energy Assessment District, as authorized
by 24 VSA, Chp. 87, sec.3261, allowing the Town to operate a
program enabling participating property owners to access funding
for eligible energy efficiency and renewable energy projects, with
the costs repaid as a special municipal assessment on that property
owner’s property tax bill.
Article 7: To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate
the sum of $ 2500 to the Energy Conservation Initiatives Fund, to
fund energy improvements to town buildings and vehicles, under
the supervision of the Town Manager, as recommended by the
Putney Energy Coordinator.
Article 8: To see if the Town will vote to exempt the Putney
Gun Club from municipal and educational taxation, on the
improvements, appurtenances and land off Sand Hill Road, Lot
07-03-39, for a period of five years, beginning April 1, 2010, as
authorized by 32 VSA, Section 3832 (7).
Article 9: To see if the Town will vote to approve the 2010-2011
Sewer Fund budget as outlined in the 2009 Town Report.
Article 10: To see if the Town will vote to authorize the
Selectboard to borrow an amount not to exceed $155,000, for the
purchase of a replacement for a 2000 Sterling Dump truck, to be
repaid over a period of five years.
Article 11: To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate an
amount of money necessary to defray its expenses and liabilities
for the ensuing fiscal year (July 1, 2010- June 30, 2011), and if so
how much.
Article 12: To see if the Town will authorize the Putney
Selectboard to borrow money in anticipation of revenues (taxes
and grants) to pay current expenses.
Article 13: To transact any other town business that may legally
come before the Annual Town Meeting.
Article 14: To determine what salaries the Town School District
will pay its officers and directors.
Article 15: To see if the Town School District will authorize
its School Board to accept and expend categorical grants and
aid received from the State of Vermont, and the United States
Government, and private sources.
Article 16: To see if the Putney Town School District will raise
and appropriate the sum of $38,000, and to deposit such sum into
the “Putney Town School District Capital Improvement Fund.”
Article 17: To see if the Putney Town School District will
authorize the expenditure of a sum not to exceed $8,000 from
the Capital Improvement Fund for the replacement of a walk-in
refrigeration unit.
Article 18: To see if the Town School District will vote to raise
and appropriate an amount of money necessary to defray its
expenses and liabilities for the ensuing fiscal year (July 1, 2010 June 30, 2011) and if so, in what amount.
Article 19: To see if the Town School District will authorize the
School Board to borrow money in anticipation of taxes to pay
current expenses.
Article 20: To transact any other school business that may legally
come before the Annual School District Meeting.
Dated this 27th day of January, 2010, at Putney, Windham County,
Vermont
PUTNEY SELECTBOARD
Bradley M. King, Chair; R. Scott Henry, Joshua D. Laughlin
PUTNEY SCHOOL BOARD DIRECTORS
Benjamin Cragin, Chair; Virginia Scholl, Anne Fines, Matthew
Dall, Pauline Baumberger
Town of Putney
P. O. Box 233
Putney, VT 05346
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Town Meeting is Tuesday, March 2, 2010, starting at 10:00 AM. Come and participate! Please bring this report with you!