School budgets one of most watched trends for Town Meeting

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Vermonters across the state are headed to their annual town meetings today.

They’ll be deciding local budgets and local officeholders.

One of the most-watched trends for this year will be how school budgets fare.

The Legislature has been considering measures to control school spending and some people say the outcome of today’s votes could signal how bad voters think the property tax is right now.

There are also two dozen towns that are voting on a resolution calling for the impeachment of President Bush.

Westminster became the first to vote in favor of the resolution on Saturday by a vote of 107 to 29

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