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Killington voters overwhelmingly approved Australian Ballot

In a Special Town Meeting held on August 1, 2011, Killington voters approved the use of Australian Ballot for deciding on budgets, public questions and electing officials.  Approximately 250 people attended the special meeting called to reconsider a vote made in May, 2011.  Comments were made by a few residents advocating their positions.  The vote was called first for deciding on budget issues.  Paper ballot was used for this vote.  The result of the vote was approximately 175 (YES) to 70 (NO).  The other two questions were voted in approximately the same proportions.  Actual results can be viewed on the Killington town website.

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