Middlebury will hold a second vote on the bond for a new town office.April 08,2014Middlebury to
MIDDLEBURY — Town Clerk Ann Webster verified Monday that a petition calling for a reconsideration of a $6.5 million bond has more than the 230 required signatures.
The Select Board now has 60 days to schedule a second vote.
Voters last month approved the bond for the construction of a new town office and gymnasium. The plan also includes selling the old town office and gym property on Main Street to Middlebury College for $4.5 million.
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