(Host) Officials in roughly half of Vermont’s towns are worried about using state Education Fund money for something other than schools.
And they want voters to let the state know it.
At least 120 towns have placed a resolution on their Town Meeting Day ballots.
The resolution states opposition to using the Education Fund for anything other than direct support of schools.
The resolution was organized by the Vermont League of Cities and Towns.
Governor James Douglas says the resolution is worded to get a desired outcome.