LONDONDERRY — Residents will hear more details on the town’s proposed $33.8 million operating budget for fiscal year 2020 and all other articles at the annual deliberative session set for 9 a.m. on Feb. 9 at the Londonderry High School cafeteria.
Voters will also consider a supplemental budget amount of $175,952.
The proposed budget is joined by a long list of warrant articles, dealing with spending plans and requests for road maintenance, cemetery expansion, fire department equipment, a police department generator, money for the upcoming Nutfield 300th celebration and money to support handling the future of the former school district administration space adjoining the town office complex off Mammoth Road.
Some articles, if approved, will be funded through the town's Unassigned Fund Balance, thus causing no tax impact to citizens.
There are also two citizen petition warrant articles dealing with Grange Hall improvements for $20,000 and asking voters to consider keno games in town.
Voters will cast ballots at the polls from 6 a.m. to 8 p.m. on March 12 at the Londonderry High School gym. Voters will also elect town and school district officials, including two town councilors, two Budget Committee members, a town treasurer, three Leach Library trustees, and a Trustee of the Trust Fund job.