At the Board of Finance\u2019s Jan. 17 meeting, board member Warren Serenbetz raised the question: Where is the calendar for this budget season? \u201cWe normally, at this point in time, have a budget calendar that shows the dates of all the meetings for the Board of Selectmen and the Board of Education, and our meetings by day and month,\u201d he said. \u201cWe have do to mill rate deliberation meetings \u2014 they\u2019re not calendarized. The longer we wait, the more conflict there\u2019s going to be in getting a calendar.\u201d Although First Selectman Lynne Vanderslice sent out a calendar with proposed dates for the Board of Selectmen\u2019s upcoming fiscal year 2018 (FY18) budget-related events, Serenbetz pointed out, there is nothing from the education board. \u201cWhere is that calendar? It\u2019s always been sent out this time of year,\u201d he said. Chief Financial Officer Anne Kelly-Lenz said the education board\u2019s budget meeting calendar has not yet been determined and Vanderslice said she doesn\u2019t know which date the education board plans on submitting it. Board of Finance Chair Jeff Rutishauser said he will talk with Board of Education Chair Bruce Likly about it. However, the education board isn\u2019t the only one currently without a budget calendar \u2014\u00a0the finance board doesn\u2019t either. The finance board started trying to nail down budget calendar dates during its Jan. 17 meeting, tabled it after realizing that several members had scheduling conflicts. \u201cThe desire is to have as many people\u00a0\u2014\u00a0if not everybody \u2014 at the meetings,\u201d Rutishauser told The Bulletin. Rutishauser said he will see which days board members are unavailable and put together a calendar that \u201chopefully accommodates as many people as possible.\u201d The goal, he said, is to \u201cmove dates around\u201d while staying within filing deadlines, and to put together a calendar that would allow for maximum participation. The finance board proposed a March 20 meeting with the Board of Education to hear its budget proposal, and a March 27 budget and capital meeting with Board of Selectmen. However, Rutishauser told The Bulletin, nothing is tentative except the Annual Town Meeting on Tuesday, May 2, at 7:30 p.m. at the Wilton High School Clune Center.