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UPDATED: Dublin Town Meeting Results

  • It was the year of the write-in candidates at Dublin Town Meeting ballot voting on Tuesday. (March 12, 2019) Staff photo by Meghan Pierce—

  • It was the year of the write-in candidates at Dublin Town Meeting ballot voting on Tuesday. (March 12, 2019) Staff photo by Meghan Pierce

  • It was the year of the write-in candidates at Dublin Town Meeting ballot voting on Tuesday. (March 12, 2019) Staff photo by Meghan Pierce—

  • It was the year of the write-in candidates at Dublin Town Meeting ballot voting on Tuesday. (March 12, 2019) Staff photo by Meghan Pierce—

  • It was the year of the write-in candidates at Dublin Town Meeting ballot voting on Tuesday. (March 12, 2019) Staff photo by Meghan Pierce—

  • It was the year of the write-in candidates at Dublin Town Meeting ballot voting on Tuesday. (March 12, 2019) Staff photo by Meghan Pierce—

  • It was the year of the write-in candidates at Dublin Town Meeting ballot voting on Tuesday. (March 12, 2019) Staff photo by Meghan Pierce—

  • It was the year of the write-in candidates at Dublin Town Meeting ballot voting on Tuesday. (March 12, 2019) Staff photo by Meghan Pierce—

  • It was the year of the write-in candidates at Dublin Town Meeting ballot voting on Tuesday. (March 12, 2019) Staff photo by Meghan Pierce—

  • It was the year of the write-in candidates at Dublin Town Meeting ballot voting on Tuesday. (March 12, 2019) Staff photo by Meghan Pierce—

  • It was the year of the write-in candidates at Dublin Town Meeting ballot voting on Tuesday. (March 12, 2019) Staff photo by Meghan Pierce—

  • It was the year of the write-in candidates at Dublin Town Meeting ballot voting on Tuesday. (March 12, 2019) Staff photo by Meghan Pierce—

  • It was the year of the write-in candidates at Dublin Town Meeting ballot voting on Tuesday. (March 12, 2019) Staff photo by Meghan Pierce—

  • It was the year of the write-in candidates at Dublin Town Meeting ballot voting on Tuesday. (March 12, 2019) Staff photo by Meghan Pierce—

  • It was the year of the write-in candidates at Dublin Town Meeting ballot voting on Tuesday. (March 12, 2019) Staff photo by Meghan Pierce—

  • Dan Murray emerges from the voting booth during Dublin’s ballot voting on Tuesday. Staff photo by Meghan Pierce


541 of the town’s 1,244 registered voters cast ballots Tuesday
Wednesday, March 13, 2019 1:18AM
Dublin Town Meeting Results

* incumbents

Select Board

(one three-year seat)

Allan “Geoff” Pinney – 141

Brooks F. Johnson – 12

Write-in candidate: Chris Raymond – 222

Write-in candidate: David Wolpe – 152

Moderator

(one two-year seat)

Tim Clark* – 490

Library Trustees

(two three-year seats)

Gail Bartlett* – 433

Celeste K. Snitko* – 419

Water Commission

(one three-year seat)

Arthur H. Susmann* – 476

Budget Committee

(two three-year seats)

Steven A. Baldwin* – 381

Suzanne Vogel* – 419

Cemetery Trustee

(one three-year seat)

Christine “Kiki” Sangermano – 481

Planning Board

(two three-year seats)

Allen L. Hearn* – 451

Trustee of the Trust Funds

(one three-year seat)

Frederick W. MacMillan* – 442

ConVal School Board Rep.

Bernd Foecking – 413

Write-in candidate: Leo Plante – 52

Town Meeting continues Saturday at 9 a.m. in Dublin ConsolidatedWarrant articles to be decided Saturday:

■Article 2 asks voters to spend $2,001,959 on the town’s operating budget. PASSED by voice vote.

■Article 3 asks voters to spend $37,500 to purchase and equip a police cruiser. There will be no tax impact as funds will come from the Police Cruiser Capital Reserve Fund. PASSED 113 to 17 in a secret ballot.

■Article 4 asks voters to spend $6,000 to paint the exterior of the police station. There will be no tax impact. PASSED by voice vote.

■Article 5 asks voters to spend $7,000 to replace the carpet at the police station. There will be no tax impact. PASSED by voice vote.

■Article 6 asks voters to spend $85,000 to replace the town hall roof. There will be no tax impact. The article will not lapse until the roof is replaced or Dec. 31, 2024, whichever comes first. PASSED by voice vote.

■Article 7 asks voters to spend $10,000 to purchase and equip a vehicle for the highway department. The article will have no tax impact. PASSED by voice vote.

■Article 8 asks voters to spend $148,615 to purchase a loader. There will be no tax impact as $10,000 will come from trading in the current loader, $25,000 will come from the Recycling Fund, and the remaining money will come from the Heavy Highway Equipment Capital Reserve Fund. PASSED 86 to 63 in a secret ballot.

■Article 9 asks voters to spend $10,000 to complete a study and prepare plans to improve the highway barn and facility. PASSED by voice vote.

■Article 10 asks voters to spend $84,710 to purchase 12 self-contained breathing apparatuses. There will be no tax impact. PASSED by voice vote.

■Article 11 asks voters to spend $16,700 to purchase and install a new heating system at the Post Office. There will be no tax impact as funds will come from the Town Buildings Maintenance Capital Reserve Fund. PASSED by voice vote.

■Article 12 asks voters to spend $15,000 to replace the carpet in the library. There will be no tax impact. PASSED by voice vote.

■Article 13 asks voters to spend $2,500 to paint the function room and downstairs entrance to the library. There will be no tax impact as funds will come from the Library Major Maintenance and Repair Capital Reserve Fund. PASSED by voice vote.

■Article 14 asks voters to spend $3,500 to purchase a lawn and garden tractor. PASSED by voice vote.

■Article 15 asks voters to add money to the following capital reserve funds: $30,000 to Heavy Highway Equipment, $15,000 to Police Cruiser, $130,000 to Road Construction, $15,000 to Bridge Repair/Replacement, $10,000 to Town Buildings Maintenance. PASSED by voice vote.

■Article 16 asks voters to raise $4,000 to support the Dublin Advocate. PASSED by voice vote.

■Article 17 asks voters to raise money to support the following public agencies: $500 for Big Brothers Big Sisters, $500 for CASA, $685 for Southwestern Community Services, $1,996 for Monadnock Family Services, $1,690 for Home Healthcare, $500 for The River Center, $500 for End 68 Hours of Hunger. PASSED by voice vote.

■Article 18 asks voters to add money to the following expendable trust funds: $6,400 for Revaluation, $1,000 for Master Plan.   PASSED by voice vote.

■Article 19 asks voters to transfer $825 from the unassigned fund b alance to the Ceme tery Trust Fund. PASSED by voice vote.

■Article 20 asks voters to discontinue the Remediation Expendable Trust Fund. PASSED by voice vote.

■Article 21 asks voters to amend the existing optional tax exemption for solar energy systems to 100 percent of the assessed value of the equipment. PASSED 91 to 52 in a secret ballot.

■Article 22 asks voters to raise $8,000 for the Dublin Community Center, which will pay for 44 percent of the center’s progra m coordinator’s salary. The article was submitted by petition. PASSED 77 to 55 in a secret ballot.

■Article 23 asks voters to discontinue the town’s Recycling Special Revenue Fund and to transfer any money into  the town’s general fund. All future revenue from the Recycling Center will go to the town’s general fund. The article was submitted by petition. The article requires a two-thirds ballot vote. FAILED 100 to 9 in a secret ballot.

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