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Subchapter 009 : TOWN MEETING(Cite as: 24 App. V.S.A. ch. 127, § 905)
§ 127-905. Postponement and combining of Town meetings
(a) The selectmen may postpone the vote on any question to be voted at a special Town meeting to the annual meeting or the November federal general election if such special meeting falls within 75 days of the annual meeting or the November federal general elections; provided that the selectmen may not postpone such a vote if the vote is for the purpose of using or discontinuing the use of the Australian ballot system for budgets as provided in 17 V.S.A. § 2680(c).
(b) If a special Town meeting falls within 45 days of a later special Town meeting called by petition, the selectmen may warn the question to be voted at such Town meeting for the later Town meeting, and may by resolution rescind the call of the earlier meeting.