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Figure Out Your Proposed Tax Increase

Want to know how much your taxes could go up under the latest budget proposal?  Here's how: Click here to find out your net assessment. Then go

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Vavrek Trims Budget; Next Vote 4/22

First Selectman Steve Vavrek has released his adjustments to the 2015-2016 budget proposal in advance of the next budget vote on 4/22/14. He cut $4

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BOF Meeting Recap

BOF Meeting Recap: Several areas were touched upon for discussion. MEDICAL RESERVE: Since MPS self funds its insurance, it keeps a reserve acc

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Board of Finance Workshops

Here is the schedule for the Board of Finance Budget Workshops in the coming weeks: 3/4 @ 7pm, Town Hall 3/6 @ 7pm, Town Hall 3/11 @ 7pm, Town Ha

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Vavrek Proposes 3.96 % Budget

With many infrastructure needs pushed off year over year due to budget cuts, First Selectman Vavrek struck a pose of rebuilding as he presented the to

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Budget Season 2012 Begins

Budget season officially kicks off this Wednesday, February 8, when First Selectman Steve Vavrek and Superintendent Jim Agostine jointly present the m

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Election Day Results

The following are unofficial results from the Nov. 8 municipal election. Winners are in bold (courtesy of Monroe Courier). FIRST SELECTMAN:

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Election Day 2011

A Message from MOVE:  Monroe's Organized Voters for Education Election Day 2011 Helpful links and information to help you decide.

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Monroe Passes On First Try

As seen on Monroe Courier Online: Monroe voters approved the proposed 2011-12 budget Tuesday by a comfortable margin, 2,254-1,677 (57%-43%). This is

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MOVE Says YES

Monroe's Organized Voters for Education (MOVE) commend the Monroe Board of Education, Superintendent Dr. Palmer and her staff, and our town's

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