Town Meetings
Sensible Wilton members Curt Noel and Alex Ruskewich, on right, fill out paperwork while submitting a petition calling for a revote on the Miller-Driscoll renovation project to the Town Clerk's office. On left, Assistant Town Clerk Kathy Cooper.

State election commission dismisses Sensible Wilton complaints

The State Elections Enforcement Commission has dismissed most of the complaints brought against the town by Sensible Wilton regarding the Miller-Driscoll vote.

Bill Brennan

First selectman announces retirement

Wilton First Selectman William Brennan officially announced his retirement at the Board of Selectman meeting Monday evening, June 15.

From left, Board of Selectmen members Richard Dubow, Michael Kaelin and Deborah McFadden, Board of Education Chair Bruce Likly, Superintendent Kevin Smith and education board member Laura Schwemm at the 2015 Annual Town Meeting. — Christopher Burns photo.

Voters say no, but budget still passes

A majority of residents making comment at last Tuesday’s Annual Town Meeting spoke out against the budget, and the majority of voters on Tuesday and Saturday voted against the budget.

An attendee of Monday’s public hearing looks over the proposed $79,956,024 education budget. (Kendra Baker photo)

Wilton budget passes on a technicality

Although there were more “no” votes cast in the budget vote, the budget will still pass because of low voter turnout.

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