Archive for April, 2013

Vavrek Reduces Budget by $276K; One SRO Out

On April 23rd the voters of Monroe went to the polls and rejected a proposed budget that would have increased the mill rate by 4.10%. On April 26th I

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Budget Fails By 150; Honeywell approved

Monroe closed the vote gap by nearly half yesterday, but still rejected the proposed spending plan for 2013-2014, sending the budget back to the drawi

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First Selectman Reduces Budget by 200,000

First Selectman Vavrek shared the following letter to the editor on various social media sites this afternoon: To the Editor, On April 2st the v

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Budget Meeting on Wednesday Evening and Voter List

Two important things to share in this post: First, the Who Voted List from the April 2 Referendum.  The town of Monroe fought hard for the citizen

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Budget Survey from Board of Education

Monroe Taxpayers, Superintendent Agostine wants to hear from you regarding the budget proposal. Please take a moment to share your thoughts through

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Budget Fails by 340 Votes; “Back to the Drawing Board”

Article as appears on the Monroe Courier website: The budget has been rejected, triggering a second referendum three weeks from Tuesday. Some 31

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BOE Budget Historicals

If you want to talk about a budget driver being the school budgets, let's get real honest about them over the last five years.  These numbers represe

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MOVE Urges YES Vote Tomorrow

We at MOVE believe the best vote is the informed one.  Here's some information for you in the last hours before we vote on Tuesday. Here's somet

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