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North Haven Budget Passes at Referendum

Published May 19, 2017 • Last Updated 09:14 am, May 19, 2017

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The town and schools’ proposed 2017-’18 budget passed referendum on May 16. The total budget is $96,568,811, a $2,093,934 or 2.2 percent increase from current spending.

The Board of Education’s budget is $51,648,899, a 1.7 percent or $849,614 increase from current spending. The town government budget is $44,919,912, a 2.8 percent or $1,244,320 increase from current spending.

As previously reported, the mill rate will not change due to the town using previous surplus funds to offset the increase.

A total of 847 people voted on the budget at referendum, with 679 in favor and 168 not in favor. Voter turnout was 5.1 percent.

“This was a particularly challenging budget,” said First Selectman Michael Freda.

Freda cited the loss of state revenues and a “leap of faith” of adding $1 million in building permits for the old Pratt & Whitney site as reasons for the challenge. Freda said he still expects the deal on the Pratt & Whitney site to come through.

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