BUDGET: Residents voted to approve a municipal budget of $390,225, a decrease of $2,557 or 0.65 percent from the previous budget.

MAJOR ITEMS APPROVED: First Selectmen Donald Beane said all items in the town warrant passed during the meeting. Major items included approval of a ban on recreational marijuana establishments and just over $40,000 from grant and tax money to finish resurfacing Frith Road. The town also approved raising the amount for scholarships for high school students, from $1,500 to $2,500. About 10 students won the scholarships last year.


ATTENDANCE: Beane said about 30 people attended the Town Meeting on Sunday.

CONTESTED ELECTIONS: There were no contested elections in Moscow. Incumbent Elvin Hawes won re-election as third selectmen with 52 votes; incumbent Forrest Rollins, as road commissioner, 52 votes, with three votes going to write-in candidate Calvin Cates; incumbent Lise Smith, as town clerk, 58 votes; and incumbent Janneke Strickland, school board member, 36 votes, with 22 going to write-in candidate Olivia Beane.


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