Preliminary Results from March 2020 Election

Preliminary Results

These are the preliminary voting results for the Milford NH voting held on March 10, 2020 at the Milford Middle School. There were 11,888 voters on the checklist at the beginning of the day. There were 58 new voters that registered during the day, leaving a voter checklist total of 11,946 at the end of the day. There were 3039 ballots cast, for a turnout of 25.4%.

School District Ballot

School Board - 3 year term
1850 Judi Zaino - elected
1409 Joseph Vitulli - elected
913 Rick Wood
865 David Wilson
380 Michael McLean

School District Moderator - 2 year term
2553 Peter Basiliere - elected

School District Treasurer - 2 year term
2444 Rosemarie Evans -elected

School District Clerk - 2 year term
2008 Joan Dargie - elected
659 Jennifer Seigrist

Questions
1. Operating Budget $43,322,305, Default Budget $42,911,974           
1537 yes, 1339 no - approved

2. $400,000 Facilities Expendable Trust             
1645 yes, 1221 no - approved

3. $200,000 Special Education Expendable Trust              
1777 yes, 1099 no - approved

Town Ballot
Board of Selectmen - 3 year term       
1232 Laura Dudziak - elected
1170 David Freel - elected
1045 Vanessa Sheehan
938 Mike Thornton
633 Jeffery Johnson

Cemetery Trustee - 3 year term          
2398 Jim Whalen - elected

Library Trustee - 3 year term         
2035 Lynn Coakley - elected 1781
Serena Neveu - elected

Library Trustee - 2 year term           
1639 Jennifer Siegrist - elected
617 Stacy Cusack

Moderator - 2 year term             
2448 Peter Basiliere - elected

Supervisor of the Checklist - 6 year term            
2460 Tim Finan - elected

Trustees of the Trust Funds - 3 year term           
2451 Tina Philbrick - elected

Water- Wastewater Commissioner - 3 year term             
2480 Robert Courage - elected

Articles
Article 2 - Ballot Vote - Zoning Changes

Ballot Vote 1 - Floodplain Management Ordinance               
2272 yes, 458 no - passed

Ballot Vote 2 - West Elm Street Gateway District                     
2045 yes, 723 no - passed

Ballot Vote 3 - The Commerce and Community District             
1981 yes, 752 no, passed

Warrant Article 3 - Wadleigh Library Renovation and Expansion Project - $3,450,000 ($2,763,000 Bond and $687,000 Donations) 2940 votes cast, 60% or 1764 votes needed for passage
1214 yes 41.3%, 1726 no, failed

Warrant Article 4 - Milford Emergency Communications Dispatch Center, Infrastructure and Equipment Project - $2,400,000 Bond 2929 votes cast, 60% or 1757 votes needed for passage
1559 yes 53.2%, 1370 no - failed

Warrant Article 5 - Existing Emergency Communications Dispatch Center Upgrade - $3,521,048 Bond 2948 votes cast, 60% or 1769 needed for passage
472 yes 16.0%, 2476 no - failed

Warrant Article 6 - Collection System Capacity Management, Operation and Maintenance Program Development - $218,305 Bond 2842 votes cast, 60% or 1705 votes needed for passage
1848 yes 65.0%, 994 no - passed

Warrant Article 7 - Town Operating Budget, $15,261,695, Default Budget $15,271,749
2104 yes, 805 no - passed

Warrant Article 8 - Water Department Operating Budget $1,548,984, Default Budget $1,541,987
1917 yes, 925 no - passed

Warrant Article 9 - Wastewater Department Operating Budget $1,999,901 Default Budget $2,027,262
2102 yes, 741 no - passed

Warrant Article 10 - Reconstruction of Town Roads $400,000
1823 yes, 1052 no - passed

Warrant Article 11 - Bridge Repair and/or Replacement Capital Reserve $75,000
1595 yes, 1249 no - passed

Warrant Article 12 - Ambulance and Equipment Lease-Purchase - $45,180 (Annual Lease Payment $45,180: $75,000 Paid form Capital Reserves: Total Purchase Price $296,400)
1830 yes, 1039 no - passed

Warrant Article 13 - DPW Vehicles and Heavy Equipment Capital Reserve - $40,000
1523 yes, 1316 no - passed

Warrant Article 14 - Social Services - $40,000
1885 yes, 980 no - passed

Warrant Article 15 - Non-Emergency Community Transportation Bus Services - $32,000
1954 yes, 925 no - passed

Warrant Article 16 - Fire Apparatus Replacement Capital Reserve - $25,000
1842 yes, 1020 no - passed

Warrant Article 17 - Town Facilities Renovation and Major Repair Replacement Capital Reserve - $25,000
1574 yes, 1273 no - passed

Warrant Article 18 - Ambulance Vehicle Replacement Capital Reserve - $25,000
1552 yes, 1354 no - passed

Warrant Article 19 - Keyes Park Expansion Committee Project Capital Reserve - $25,000
1326 yes, 1595 no - failed

Warrant Article 20 - Public Works Wheel Bucket Loader Lease-Purchase - $22,980 (Annual Lease Payment $22,980; $80,000 Paid From Capital Reserves; Total Purchase Price $145,000)
1297 yes, 1588 no - failed

Warrant Article 21 - Police and Fire Department Portable Radio Replacements from the Public Safety Communication Equipment Replacement Capital Reserve - $22,800
2332 yes, 698 no - passed

Warrant Article 22 - Public Safety Communication Equipment Replacement Capital Reserve - $20,000
1494 yes, 1388 no - passed

Warrant Article 23 - Conservation Land Fund - $20,000
1403 yes, 1497 no - failed

Warrant Article 24 - Assessing Revaluation Capital Reserve - $15,000
797 yes, 2063 no - failed

Warrant Article 25 - Annual Labor Day Parade Support - $10,000
1592 yes, 1283 no - passed

Warrant Article 26 - Summer Band Concerts Support - $9,000
1656 yes, 1215 no - passed

Warrant Article 27 - Independence Day Celebration Fireworks - $8,500
1484 yes, 1387 no - passed

Warrant Article 28 - Pumpkin Festival Support - $8,000
1848 yes, 1039 no - passed

Warrant Article 29 - Memorial, Veterans & Labor Day Parades and Recognition Support - $6,500
1962 yes, 912 no - passed

Warrant Article 30 - Veteran's Tax Credit and All Veteran's Tax Credit
2151 yes, 704 no, passed

Warrant Article 31 - Tax Credit for Surviving Spouse of Veteran
2319 yes, 545 no, passed

Warrant Article 32 - Tax Credit for Service Connected Total Disability
2343 yes, 531 no - passed

Warrant Article 33 - 0 Increase the Property Tax Exemption for Elderly
2336 yes, 544 no - passed

Warrant Article 34 - West Milford Tax Increment Financing District Revocation
2098 yes, 671 no - passed

Warrant Article 35 - Brox Property Public Infrastructure Improvement Fund Revocation
2075 yes, 709 no - passed

Warrant Article 36 - Sports Betting
1295 yes, 1574 no -failed

Warrant Article 37 - Nashua Street Pedestrian Safety and Sidewalk Improvement Project - $750,000 (State pays $600,400; Town pays $150,100)
1297 yes, 1568 no - failed

Warrant Article 38 - Osgood Road, Melendy Road, and Armory Road Pedestrian Safety Sidewalk and Bicycle Lane Project - $763,000 (State pays $610,400; Town pays $152,600)
1243 yes, 1628 no - failed

Warrant Article 39 - New Municipal and Transportation Capital Reserve Fund Paid for by an Additional Auto Registration Fee
616 yes, 2221 no - failed

Warrant Article 40 - New Hampshire Resolution to Take Action on Climate Pollution
1077 yes, 1767 no - failed

Warrant Article 41 - New Hampshire Resolution for Fair Redistricting
1111 yes, 1717 no - failed