2021 Raymond Voting Results


There were a total of 1222 ballots cast.

3-19-21 - Recount totals for Selectmen and REA Contract have been updated.

 

********* Town Elected Positions **********

 

 

    

 

 

One (1) Selectmen for 3-year terms 

 

 

  Scott Campbell

407

 

  Curt Fitton

399

 

 Timothy P. Cahill

214

 

 

 

Two (2) Budget Committee Members 3-year term

 

 

    Dennis Garnham

813

 

    Write-In: Julie Laughner

96

 

    Write-In: Michael Lothrop

88

 

   

 

 

Two (2) Planning Board Members 3-year terms 

 

 

    Patricia Bridgeo

510

 

    Kendra Ferm

467

 

    Paul Ayer

593

 

    

 

Two (2) Ethics Committee Members 3-year terms

 

 

     Kenneth Hajjar

353

 

    Tracy Merrill

674

 

    Gretchen Gott

579

 

   

 

 

One (1) Trustee of Trust Funds 3-year term

 

 

     Phillip Merrill

846 

 

 

 

One (1) Library Trustee a 3-year term  

 

 

     Valerie Moore

875

 

 

 

 

 

****** Town Warrant Articles:

 YES

NO

 

 

 

2. Zoning Amendment 1: Wetlands - 2.9.1

507

694

3. Zoning Amendment 2: Amend Purposes of
          Conservation District

489

707

4. Zoning Amendment 3: Shoreland Protection Area Boundaries.

420

778

5. Zoning Amendment 4: Increase Wetland Setbacks

404

794

6. Zoning Amendment 5: Remove Sewar Overlay

590

571

7. Zoning Amendment 6: Accessory Dwelling Units

525

636

8. Zoning Amendment 7: Agriculture

525

646

9. Zoning Amendment 8: Change Definition of Agriculture

565

596

10. Zoning Amendment 9: Add Nuisance Definitions

566

600

11. Zoning Amendment 10: Workforce Housing

530

620

12. Town Operating Budget -- $8,487,677
     ***** Default Budget amt. - $8,687,412
      The Water Dept. Default budget $850,046.

902

 

283

13. Capital Improvements - $355,350

749

443

14. Capital Reserve Funds (Water Reserves)- $200,000

840

347

15. Mosquito Control -$40,000

792

411

16. Town Raymond Scholarship Fund - $2,000

895

306

17. 4th of July 2020 Parade -$3,000

773

388

18. Social Services Agencies - $40,000

802

377

19. Waste Disposal Special Revenue Fund (Fund 18) -                Transfer $849,000 - No Tax Impact

903

275

20. Shim and Overlay Special Revenue Fund -                    $241,126   No Tax Impact

995

175

21. Road Reconstruction Projects - $360,500                          --- $74.60 on $200K house

833

346

22. Establish Contingency Fund of $79,117 -                          No Tax Impact

747

421

23. Sick and Vacation Non-Union - No Tax Impact

743

438

24. Sick and Vacation Union Trust Fund - No Tax Impact

710

470

25. Elderly Exemption Increase - $4.00 on $200K house

932

251

26. Blind Exemption Revaluation Adjustment - No Tax Impact

933

249

27. Disabled Exemption Revaluation Adjustment - No Tax Impact

923

254

28. Diabled Veterans Credit Increase - $2.20 on $200K house

999

185

29. One-time or Cyclic Procurement CRF -   $161,500          

784

383

30. Road Revitalization Special Revenue Fund -
      $300,000

875

289

31. Facility Revitalization Fund -$700,000

813

347

32. Establish Town Vehicle and Equipment Revitalization Captial Reserve Fund - $257,500

754

410

33. Establish Emergency Management Revitalization Captial Reserve Fund - $320,000

750

410

34. Establish Capital Reserve Fund to Purchase Bean Tavern (10 Old Fremont Road)- $260,000

667

516

35. Cemetary Plot Fees Maintenance Fund -              No Tax Impact

952

229

36. Closure of Designated Cemetary Funds -              No Tax Impact

930

247

37. Citizen Petition - Restrict Commercial Signs Promoting Marijuana and Products

638

547

38. Citizen Petition - Restrict Commercialization of Marijuana and Products

613

572

 

 

 

***** School Board Elected Positions ******

 

 

    

 

 

Two (2) School Board Members 3-year term

 

 

     Ada Vadeboncoeur

469

 

     Derek Haddad

287

 

     John Harmon

620

 

     Melissa Sytek

430

 

    

 

One (1) School District Moderator for 3-year term

 

 

     Jonathan Wood

879

 

 

 

 

One (1) School District Clerk for 3-year term

 

 

     Linda Hoelzel

929

 

 

 

 

One (1) School District Treasurer for 3-year term

 

 

     Timothy Auclair

889

 

 

 

 

 

***** School Warrant Articles:

 YES

NO

 

 

 

2. Operating Budget -- $26,386,721
      ***** Default Budget -- $26,237,757

510

670

3. REA Collective Bargaining - 3 year contract

593

594

4. Special Meeting if Collective Bargaining Agreement
       Article 3 Fails

546

621

5. Treasurer's Stipend Increase - $3,750

578

588

6. Deputy Treasurer Training Stipend - $500

501

654

7. Capital Reserve Funds - $375,000

598

582

8. CRF Contribution from Year-End Fund Balance into Equipment, Facilities, and Replacement Capital Reserve Fund (CRF) -     $75,000

740

438

9.- Water Easement Funds into CRF - $10,003

`799

376

10.- Up to 5% Retention of Funds in Contingency Fund

`521

652

 

 

 

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