2013 Town Meeting Results: School Ballot
A total of 3,744 residents cast ballots.
Many Windham voters in attendance were shocked to hear a wave of ballot items knocked down on Tuesday night.
Voters not only nixed a $31 million bond item for a new school and a corresponding turf field, but also warrant articles for a teacher contract and the operating budget.
This is the second straight year that voters nixed many money items on the school ballot.
A total of 3,744 residents cast ballots in total.
Also catching some by surprise was the school board seat lost by Dr. Bruce Anderson, a three-term member of the board who served the district during the adoption of Windham's first high school.
See below for the complete school results.
SCHOOL BOARD, CHOOSE ONE
|Bruce D. Anderson||1,359|
ARTICLE 2, FACILITY AND RELATED FIELDS ON LONDON BRIDGE ROAD (BOND ARTICLE)
ARTICLE 3, COLLECTIVE BARGAINING AGREEMENT BETWEEN SCHOOL BOARD AND WINDHAM EDUCATION ASSOCIATION
ARTICLE 4, COLLECTIVE BARGAINING AGREEMENT BETWEEN SCHOOL BOARD AND AMERICAN FEDERATION OF STATE, COUNTY AND MUNICIPAL EMPLOYEES, COUNCIL 93, LOCAL 1801
ARTICLE 5, SHOULD ARTICLE 3 AND ARTICLE 4 BE DEFEATED, AUTHORIZE THE GOVERNING BODY TO CALL ONE SPECIAL MEETING TO ADDRESS ARTICLE 3 AND ARTICLE 4 COST ITEMS
ARTICLE 6, OPERATING BUDGET