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Residents of West Fairlee, Vermont, Will Vote on the Creation of a Federal Covid Relief Account at the Town’s Upcoming Town Meeting.

Voters will be asked to approve the creation of a Federal COVID Grant Capital Fund to be used for the money expended under the U.S. Treasury Rules of the American Relief Plan Act (ARPA).

There are no contested races in West Fairlee this year, unless a write-in candidate surfaces.

Voters are being asked to approve $810,564 in operating expenses and appropriations, which is $42,190 higher than last year’s budget. Taxes will raise $677,319 this year, a 5.2 percent increase from last year.

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How to vote:

The West Fairlee Community Building, 870 VT-113 in West Fairlee, will be open from 10 am to 7 pm on March 1 to cast an Australian ballot for the upcoming election. On Monday, February 21, at 6 p.m., there will be a Zoom meeting to discuss the budget. The town’s website has a warning about the meeting with links to those pages.