Special Town Election Results 09/07/2021

See the results for the Debt Exclusion vote held on 09/07/2021

Question 1.

Shall the Town of Colrain be allowed to exempt from the provisions of proposition two and one-half, so-called, the amount required to pay the Town of Colrain’s allocable share of the bond issued by the Mohawk Trail Regional School District for repair work to the Mohawk Trail Regional Middle & High School located at 26 Ashfield Road in Buckland, Massachusetts, for the purpose of paying costs to include: replacement of the heating boiler control system; resealing of parking lots; replacement of the fire alarm control panel and related sensors; replacement of /upgrades to certain domestic hot water heaters, condenser units, heating system hot water control valves, and freeze prevention system; construction of a second means of egress from the main electrical switchgear room; installation of additional safety railings to sections of the outside bleachers; replacement of the movable gymnasium partition; and replacement of floor covering in the library; and including costs of incidental or related thereto, which purpose of the projects will materially extend the useful life of the school and preserve the asset capable of supporting the required educational program totaling $665,000?

Total votes: 75

Yes votes 57

No votes 18

The question passes

Posted: to Election News on Tue, Sep 7, 2021
Updated: Tue, Sep 7, 2021

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