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Annual Village Meeting set for April 12

SAXTONS RIVER—The Village of Saxtons River will hold its annual meeting Monday, April 12, at 7 p.m., via Zoom.

The voters will be asked to elect four trustees whose terms expire this year. Current trustees Amy Howlett, who holds a one-year term, and Matthew Brennan, who holds a two-year term, are seeking re-election.

Trustees Louise Luring and Benjamin Wallace, holding two- and one-year terms respectively, are not seeking re-election.

Other one-year positions up for election are moderator, village clerk, treasurer, tax collector, collector of delinquent taxes, and auditor.

The agenda of the annual meeting includes voting on the budget, which expires July 1; election of officers; reports from village officers; and any other business the voters want to raise.

The annual village report is available on the town website at rockinghamvt.org/saxtons-river-village-trustees or by emailing a request to saxrivgov@gmail.com. A limited number of printed reports are available at the Saxtons River Village Market.

One trustee will be at the fire station/community building during the meeting, where space is very limited and COVID-19 protocol will be observed. Anyone who cannot attend via Zoom and wishes to attend in person is asked to contact the trustees beforehand to secure a place.

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Originally published in The Commons issue #607 (Wednesday, April 7, 2021). This story appeared on page B3.

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