KILLINGTON — Voters narrowly approved a town budget Tuesday and decided a Select Board race by a handful of votes in ballot voting. All candidates were running unopposed with the exception of a three-way contest for one Select Board seat, which Jim Haff carried narrowly, receiving 176 votes to 171 for Kelly Lange and 32 for Jay Hickory. The general fund budget of $4.401 million — with $3.171 million to be raised from property taxes — squeaked by, 187-182. The budget included nonprofit appropriation requests of $82,130. Voters looked more kindly on exempting the Killington Volunteer Fire Department from property taxes for five years, with 78 percent of voters approving that article. The vote was a little closer, 250-118, to establish a new reserve fund of $679,000, with $634,000 funded by “Bond Anticipation Note land purchase” and professional fee proceeds, for construction of the Killington Public Safety Building. Voters also approved $75,000 to establish a new reserve fund to replace the Johnson Recreation Center pool. The final article asked voters to approve the Windsor Central Modified Unified Union School District budget of $17.96 million. The result would be spending of $17,455 per equalized pupil. The article passed by a 63 percent vote, 224 out of 356 votes. On Monday night, residents saw Select Board Chairwoman Patty McGrath present a plaque to Christopher Bianchi for his years of service on the board.