Tiverton votes Saturday on competing budgets

Chabot, Lebeau aim sharp words at Katz budget #2

By Tom Killin Dalglish
Posted 5/16/18

TIVERTON — The Financial Town Hearing on May 3 laid bare some of the assumptions and conclusions made by the budgeters, especially the budget put on the ballot by repeat budget petitioner Justin Katz.

Proponents for each budget were allowed a few minutes each to make presentations on behalf of the budget each was putting forward. But when the public rose to have its say, many cut loose, with repeated opposition and sharp critiques of petitioner’s budget #2.

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