Fifty-three percent of voters voted no on question one, while 47 percent of voters voted yes, according to an email from Fuller.
Charles River Regional Chamber Endorses Split Vote on Override Questions
Newton residents will vote on three override questions regarding a proposed $15 million tax increase during a special election on March 14.
Fuller Advocates for Override, Calls for Investment in Newton’s Future at State of the City Address
Mayor Fuller emphasized the importance of the upcoming override vote and reflected on the past year during her State of the City Address.
Pro-Override Groups Hold 21 Standouts Outside Public Schools Across Newton
The NTA, in collaboration with Yes for Newton, organized 21 community standouts in support of the override.
Newton Residents Voice Opinions for and Against Override
On March 14, Newton residents will vote on three ballot questions regarding the Mayor’s proposed $15 million tax increase.
Newton City Council Approves Early Voting Schedule for Special Election
Moore said the proposed override on the ballot should ensure a relatively high turnout, which necessitates several days of early voting.
Override Vote Failure Would Cause Gap in NPS Budget, Superintendent Says
If it passes, the March 14 election would override Massachusetts’ Proposition 2 ½, which places a cap on annual increases in levy limits.