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Wednesday, March 4, 2015

Recap: Town Meeting Day 2015

Posted By on Wed, Mar 4, 2015 at 10:00 AM

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An incumbent mayor reelected in Burlington, a new face in the mayor's seat in Winooski, an F-35 lawsuit in Winooski and more Progressives on the Burlington City Council. Town Meeting Day results are in, and we're all settling in for another year.

If you want to relive the excitement of the night or catch up on how the results unfolded, check out our live blog from the evening here:
 

And catch up on all our coverage of the lead-up to Town Meeting Day 2015:


Update 3/4/15: This article has been updated to reflect Town Meeting Day results.

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