Town officer compensation was raised to $1,500 for board members and $2,000 for chairs.
At the end of the meeting, several non-binding resolutions were passed, including one that said voters objected to “the removal of the majority of the physical collection, eliminating the library staff, and the change to an all digital collection,” and also objected to “the removing of varsity athletics from the Randolph campus and eliminating the relationship the Johnson campus has with NCAA.”
Voters also directed the selectboard to conduct a thorough evaluation of public safety to involve emergency services, police and fire department.
Residents also took the occasion of the annual meeting to acknowledge Osgood for his 27 years of service to the Johnson community and “extend their gratitude for his generous service.”
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