The original plans, unveiled at two public meetings last December, came with price tag of just under $6 million. At the April 13 meeting, Connell recounted how suggestions from members of the public had resulted in features being restored to the plans that had earlier been trimmed in order to save costs. One example is radiant heat, which costs more up front but offers significant savings over time.
The June 15 vote will take place at the Town Hall from noon to 8 p.m., and all registered voters who have registered by May 16 will be eligible. Absentee ballots will also be counted and may be obtained from the Town Clerk.